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September 17, 2021

Rep. Kirkpatrick Newsletter Friday 17th, 2021

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September 9, 2021

Rep. Kirkpatrick Announces Milestone: More Than $4.01 Million returned to Southern Arizona Constituents

Since January 2019, the Congresswoman & Her Staff Have Worked to Return Backlogged Payments & Benefits to Southern Arizona Residents Dealing with Federal Agencies (Tucson, AZ) — Today, Rep. Kirkpatrick announced that her office has returned more than $4,013,000 to the people of southern Arizona. Rep. Kirkpatrick and her staff have closed more than 2,800…

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August 24, 2021

Rep. Kirkpatrick Votes to Protect the Right to Vote for All Americans, Honor the Legacy of John Lewis

[Washington, D.C.] – Today, Rep. Kirkpatrick voted to protect the sacred right to vote with H.R. 4, the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.  As the United States faces the worst voter suppression campaign since Jim Crow, this landmark legislation will fight back against the partisan, anti-democratic barriers keeping voters — especially voters of…

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August 24, 2021

Rep. Kirkpatrick Votes for Transformative Benefits for Working Arizona Families, Advances President Biden’s Historic Agenda

[Washington, D.C.] – Today, Rep. Kirkpatrick voted to advance President Biden’s historic Build Back Better agenda, which will deliver life-changing benefits for working families in Arizona and across the nation.  With today’s vote, the House took a key step required in order to move forward on writing and passing the forthcoming Build Back Better Act,…

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August 19, 2021

REP. KIRKPATRICK CALLS ON GOV. DUCEY TO IMMEDIATELY REVERSE HIS POLITICAL THREATENING PLANS AGAINST HEALTH-FOCUSED SCHOOLS

(Tucson, A.Z.) – Rep. Kirkpatrick calls on Governor Doug Ducey to immediately reverse his plans to withhold American Rescue Plan funding from health-focused Arizona schools. According to KOLD reporting, six school districts in southern Arizona have implemented mask mandates. According to Governor Ducey’s office, those districts have 10 days to rescind the mandates or they…

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