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Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Retweeted ·  
BREAKING: The House just passed the Inflation Reduction Act.

After more than a year of negotiations and even longer campaigning on these issues, the Democratic majority is sending legislation to tackle climate action, tax fairness, and expand health care to the President’s desk.
 
I'm excited to vote YES on the #InflationReductionAct, which will cut costs for families and take crucial steps to fight the climate crisis.

Had @USProgressives not demanded that our Democratic colleagues deliver for the people we serve, we wouldn't be voting on this bill today.
 
👎🏾 The Bad News: our youth are struggling and there aren't enough trained mental health professionals.

👍🏾 The Good News: the House has already passed my Pursuing Equity In Mental Health Act (with vast bipartisan support).

Now the Senate needs to act.
nytimes.com/2022/08/10/opi…
Opinion | Kids Mental Health Is a National Emergency. Therapists Are in Short Supply.
nytimes.com
 
Former NJ Governor and NJ Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard Hughes was recently inducted into the NJ Hall of Fame. A true public servant, Hughes is the only person to have served our state in both of these offices.
newjerseyglobe.com/governor/hughe…
 
"US Tax Bill Costs Corporations Nearly $300 Billion More, While Middle Class Pays Less"

Headline says it all. The Inflation Reduction Act cuts costs for working Americans by *finally* beginning to hold corporations accountable.
bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
 
There was *zero* inflation last month. Let that sink in.

That said, prices are still higher than they were a year ago, and working families are still hurting. Let's pass the Inflation Reduction Act and give Americans some much-needed relief.
In reply to @axios
Overall consumer prices rose 0% in July and are up 8.5% over the past year, per the Labor Department. That compares to a 9.1% year-over-year reported in June. trib.al/4dpPsBL
 
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Retweeted ·  
Calling yourself Voting against
“pro-life” lower insulin costs

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Thanks @MarkRuffalo for keeping @USProgressives in the Spotlight! You Can Count on Me and my CPC colleagues to always fight for working families and our planet.

We’re in the Endgame now — once the House passes the Inflation Reduction Act, @POTUS will sign it into law.
In reply to @MarkRuffalo
The Inflation Reduction Act is based on key pieces of the Build Back Better Act. Special thanks to the Congressional Progressive Caucus!!
 
By investing in domestic manufacturing and scientific research, the CHIPS and Science Act will create jobs, keep our economy competitive, and cut costs for working families.

As a hub for scientific innovation, #NJ12 stands to benefit enormously from this law!
Today, I sign into law the CHIPS and Science Act. It's a once-in-a-generation law that invests in America by supercharging our efforts to make semiconductors here at home.

Today represents a more secure economy, jobs, and a stronger future for our nation.

America is delivering.
 
Director Wray is a registered Republican who was appointed by the former president.
 
Yesterday was Purple Heart Day, a day to honor the Americans who were wounded or killed in service of our country.

If you're a veteran in #NJ12 and need help resolving an issue with the Department of Veterans' Affairs, please contact my district office at (609) 883-0026.
 
Your friendly reminder that 86% of the Senate GOP conference voted against capping the cost of insulin at $35/month.
 
This long-awaited legislation will cut costs for families and make the largest-ever federal investment in climate action.

While the bill may not include all of the progressive priorities that my colleagues and I fought for, it is nonetheless a historic investment in our future.
BREAKING: After more than a year of negotiations, the Senate has finally passed a reconciliation bill with every Democrat voting in support.

Our view of the just-passed Inflation Reduction Act 🧵
 
My deepest sympathies go out to the families of Rep. Walorski and her staffers.
They will be in my prayers tonight. politico.com/news/2022/08/0…
 
Anyone seeking abortion care is welcome in New Jersey.

New Jersey has also passed its own laws protecting people who travel to the state to access care.
Today I'll sign a second Executive Order to address the reproductive health care crisis since Roe was overturned.

It will support women traveling for abortion care, ensure providers comply with the law when women require medical care, and advance maternal health research.
 
At 6pm today, I'll discuss the student debt crisis' impact on Black women and Black mental health.

Join the Zoom.👇🏾

You don’t want to miss this.
Tomorrow at 6pm ET! Join us, @blackgirlsvote, @HigherHeights & @NAMICommunicate for a virtual event that examines the impact of the #StudentDebtCrisis on Black women & Black mental health. Register here: edtru.st/BlackStudentDe…
 
I want to congratulate the towns of Ewing, Franklin, and South Brunswick on hosting an incredible #NationalNightOut2022 last night.
It was wonderful to see so many members of our communities coming together.
 
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Retweeted ·  
We’ve been told repeatedly how divided our country is on abortion, but last night in Kansas a deeply “red” state proved otherwise.

Everyone should have access to healthcare. Democrats are working to make sure we all do.
 
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Retweeted ·  
History was made by @RowanUniversity scientists and Gloucester County officials with the delicate excavation of Hessian solider remains from the 1777 Battle of Red Bank. Discoveries like these are crucial to preserving New Jersey's past and informing our future.
 
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Retweeted ·  
Get to know our class of 2022 WCSF Scholarship Awardees! First up is @AlvarezAjae. This summer, Ajae has been interning for the office of @RepBonnie. Ajae has received her B.A. from Rutgers University and plans to continue her education at The LBJ School of Public Affairs. 💜💜💜
 
Kentucky has banned abortion with no exceptions for rape or incest.

If they have their way, the GOP won’t stop at Kentucky. They won’t rest until their forced-birth agenda is implemented on a national scale.

We must codify abortion rights before it’s too late.
Kentucky's total abortion ban is now in effect.
 
Today, I had the honor of participating in the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Portal North Bridge. This crucial infrastructure project will create jobs, grow our economy, and help New Jerseyans get to work.

Special thanks to @SecretaryPete for stopping by!
 
Student loan payments are scheduled to resume in a month.

Cancelling student debt would be a historic step toward racial and economic justice.

Make it happen, @POTUS. It's time to #CancelStudentDebt.
 
The House will vote on the Assault Weapons Ban today.

I look forward to voting YES. Weapons of war have no place in our communities.

We've banned assault weapons before, and it saved lives. Let's do it again.
 
At 10am today, I'll be discussing the importance of protecting abortion access with my fellow Caucus on Black Women and Girls co-chairs @RepRobinKelly and @RepYvetteClarke.

Tune in live on Twitter (@CBWGCAUCUS) or Facebook (facebook.com/cbwgcaucus).
Happening soon! Join @RepBonnie, @PPMetroNJ CEO Roslyn Rodgers Collins, and more for a round table on abortion access pic.twitter.com/1OcklFxw5l
 
Semiconductors power countless industries and our whole economy. By boosting domestic semiconductor manufacturing, the #CHIPSandScience Act will cut costs for families, expand economic opportunity, and address supply chain vulnerabilities.

Learn more:
watsoncoleman.house.gov/newsroom/press…
Rep. Watson Coleman Votes for CHIPS and Science Act to Lower Families Costs, Power American Economic Independence
watsoncoleman.house.gov
 
For Black and brown Americans, systemic racism is a fact of life. Housing is a human right, and policies like redlining are designed to deny that right to people because of the color of their skin.

This is unacceptable. Our communities deserve better.
cnbc.com/2022/07/27/mor…
Mortgage company owned by Warren Buffett fined for race discrimination against homebuyers
cnbc.com
 
Happy #NationalInternDay!

If you're a college student/recent grad interested in public service, I highly encourage you to apply for an internship in my office. You can learn more and apply at watsoncoleman.house.gov/services/inter….

The deadline to apply for the fall semester is August 1.
 
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Retweeted ·  
It's unbelievable that Senate Republicans have blocked a bill that delivers health care to veterans suffering from exposure to toxic burn pits.

@SenatorTester is right. We owe our veterans much more than political games. #PeopleOverPolitics
 
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Retweeted ·  
For too long our country has criminalized drug use instead of treating it as the public health crisis it is.

Congress must pass my & @RepBonnie's Drug Policy Reform Act to decriminalize drugs and make life-saving investments in public health strategies.
truthout.org/articles/cdc-c…
 
While billionaires can afford to *literally fly to space* on a whim, America's working families are struggling to meet their most basic needs. That doesn't sound like a sustainable system to me.

We need to #TaxBillionaires and invest in our communities.
Workers shouldn't pay a higher tax rate than billionaires... who shouldn't exist.

Pass the Billionaire Minimum Income Tax. #TaxBillionaires
 
It was too hot to have a press conference outside today, so my @USProgressives colleagues and I moved indoors.

We were lucky to have that option. Many Americans don't have the luxury of being able to seek refuge from extreme weather.

@POTUS — declare a climate emergency NOW.
 
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Retweeted ·  
CPC members @RepJayapal, @RepRoKhanna, @RepBowman, @Rep_Stansbury, @RepHuffman, @RepBonnie, and @RepRashida are standing with climate advocates and movements today with a simple but essential ask.

President Biden: Declare a climate emergency today.
 
These companies made a BILLION dollars selling weapons of war.

Assault rifles are designed to kill as many people as possible, as quickly as possible. They irreparably shatter families and communities. They have no place in our country.

Ban assault weapons NOW.
Breaking News: Leading makers of assault rifles collected over $1 billion in revenue in the past decade as U.S. mass shootings surged, a House panel found.
nyti.ms/3Jcc9gk
 
ICYMI: I spoke with @JessicaJFulton, @mlholder999, @Azza_Alt, and @povertyscholar about the importance of equity in policymaking.

If you didn't get a chance to tune in live, you can watch the whole discussion here: youtube.com/watch?v=Ht1Zcj…
 
Monkeypox can infect people of all ages, genders, and sexual orientations. Fortunately, we have the tools to fight it.

NJ residents — if you're eligible, I urge you to make an appointment at a vaccination site. For more information, visit: nj.gov/health/cd/docu…
 
Congratulations to the 12th District's own @gosydgo and @athiiing on phenomenal performances at the World Athletics Championships
youtu.be/hxdvBgeO7EM
 
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Retweeted ·  
It’s unacceptable that Congress passed an $839,300,000,000 annual Pentagon budget but universal pre-K, paid family leave and climate action are deemed too expensive.
 
Starting shortly! Tune in on YouTube or Facebook Live.
When the economy is working better for Black women, it’s inherently working better for everyone. The “Black Women Best” framework is how we build an economy for ALL.

Join me live on Facebook or YouTube on July 27 at 11am ET for a discussion on the BWB agenda. pic.twitter.com/Lwzam0zBxJ
 
In reply to @RepBonnie
My Stay Cool Act (HR 7949) would ensure that ALL communities can stay safe during deadly heat waves. Among other things, my bill would invest in free public cooling spaces to make sure that everyone has a place to go when extreme heat strikes. (4/5)
Replying to @RepBonnie
On top of this, my bill would invest in heat wave preparedness, safe temperature standards & A/C for public housing, and tree canopies to combat the urban heat island effect. Read more about the Stay Cool Act here. (5/5) watsoncoleman.house.gov/newsroom/press…
 
In reply to @RepBonnie
Only three states — WA, VA, and my home state of NJ — have laws in place that prevent power from being shut off during deadly heat waves. This leaves the rest of the US, including the hottest parts of the country, at risk. We need a national plan to address this crisis. (3/5)
Replying to @RepBonnie
My Stay Cool Act (HR 7949) would ensure that ALL communities can stay safe during deadly heat waves. Among other things, my bill would invest in free public cooling spaces to make sure that everyone has a place to go when extreme heat strikes. (4/5)
 
In reply to @RepBonnie
Underserved populations often lack steady access to A/C or ventilation. 16% of the US lives in energy poverty, meaning they spend more than 6% of their income paying their energy bills. During heat waves, these Americans run the risk of having their power shut off. (2/5)
Replying to @RepBonnie
Only three states — WA, VA, and my home state of NJ — have laws in place that prevent power from being shut off during deadly heat waves. This leaves the rest of the US, including the hottest parts of the country, at risk. We need a national plan to address this crisis. (3/5)
 
Extreme heat is the deadliest weather event we face. Black, Indigenous, & low-income communities have the highest rates of heat-related death.

Building heat-resilient communities isn't just a climate issue — it's a racial & economic justice issue. (1/5)
politico.com/newsletters/po…
Replying to @RepBonnie
Underserved populations often lack steady access to A/C or ventilation. 16% of the US lives in energy poverty, meaning they spend more than 6% of their income paying their energy bills. During heat waves, these Americans run the risk of having their power shut off. (2/5)
 
Extreme heat is the deadliest weather event we face. Black, Indigenous, & low-income communities have the highest rates of heat-related death.

Building heat-resilient communities isn't just a climate issue — it's a racial & economic justice issue. (1/5)
politico.com/newsletters/po…
 
Same-sex and interracial marriage are basic rights. The time is NOW to codify them into law.

The year is 2022. It is absurd that we even need to have this conversation!
Same-sex and interracial marriage must be protected by LAW!

RT if you agree!
 
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Retweeted ·  
Today:
- @RepBonnie Watson Coleman on reproductive rights, and news from Congress,
- @byjessicagould on NYC's schools budget,
- @NJDC07 on choosing between disability benefits & marriage,
- @AllOfItWNYC's @alisonstewart on summer reads,

Live at 10 on 93.9 FM, AM820 or @WNYC.org
 
If nothing changes, this could be the coldest summer of the rest of our lives.

In addition to fighting the causes of climate change, we must invest in measures to mitigate the effects of extreme heat. My Stay Cool Act would keep our communities safe during heat waves.
Scorching temperatures swept the Northeast on Sunday in the summer's first prolonged heat wave. Temperatures stayed just shy of record highs in New York City, while Newark, New Jersey, saw a record-breaking five straight days of triple-digit temperatures. nyti.ms/3z3Zp78 pic.twitter.com/ybUU90Ju34
 
When the economy is working better for Black women, it’s inherently working better for everyone. The “Black Women Best” framework is how we build an economy for ALL.

Join me live on Facebook or YouTube on July 27 at 11am ET for a discussion on the BWB agenda.
 
From London to El Paso, climate change is driving temperatures to record highs across the globe.

My Stay Cool Act would prepare our communities to deal with extreme heat and keep society's most vulnerable safe as our planet warms.
 
Horrified by the tragic loss of a 14-year-old Plainfield resident in Harlem on Tuesday.

The Streeter family will be in my prayers this evening.
 
 
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