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Senate Democrats are blocking an anti sex-trafficking bill3/17/2015

Senate Democrats are blocking an anti sex-trafficking bill, the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act, over abortion.  READ MORE

Iran Agreement Needs Congressional Approval3/9/2015

Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed a joint meeting of Congress. His speech will likely make modern history for the attention it received and the urgency with which it was delivered.  READ MORE

Coalition Fights Lands Deal in Defense Authorization12/5/2014

In a backroom deal between House and Senate leaders, the National Women’s History Museum bill was included as part of the lands package and slipped into the National Defense Authorization (NDAA).  READ MORE

CWALAC Opposition letter to S. 2578 (Anti-Religious Liberty bill)7/15/2014

Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee (CWALAC) wishes to express our opposition to S. 2578, the Protect Women’s Health From Corporate Interference Act. This bill would reduce religious freedom for Americans – a treacherous act that has not ever been done before – placing so-called access to birth control above citizens deeply-held beliefs.  READ MORE

CWALAC Barron Opposition Letter5/21/2014

Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee (CWALAC) and its more than half a million members around the country respectfully ask that you oppose the nomination of David J. Barron to the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. To read more, click here.    READ MORE

National Women’s History Museum Talking Points4/21/2014

National Women’s History Museum Bottom Line: While the idea of celebrating women is admirable, the content of such a museum would create a shrine to the leftist ideology and would not provide an accurate portrayal of American women. It is for this reason we object to the National Women’s History Museum as currently structured.  READ MORE

Legislative Update for4/18/2014

Both the House and Senate will be out of session until April 28.  READ MORE

Paycheck Fairness Act (S.2199) Opposition Letter4/9/2014

While the President’s 77 cent myth makes a good talking point, that number ignores the variables that are unique to the choices women make, which differ from men, in their work/life balance.  Read CWALAC’s letter (click here) of opposition to the Paycheck Fairness Act (S.2199) that would harm women in the workforce.    READ MORE

Paycheck Fairness Fact Sheet (S.84)4/4/2014

Good public policy should promote “work/life balance” and recognize that women want working circumstances that will allow them flexibility.To read more, click here.  READ MORE

Letter to Hill re. Grassley Amendments2/21/2014

We must continue to promote legislation that will protect vulnerable girls and women from domestic violence and sexual abuse, and provide justice by requiring the prosecution against violators. Both these amendments seek to do just that, by strengthening the existing U.S. Code on sexual abuse and domestic violence. Click here for full letter.    READ MORE

Petition to President Obama to Stand With Israel

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