Following Susan Wild

Susan’s Work in the U.S. House

Mar 28
Introduced legislation that would reinstate and make permanent tax deductions designed to directly benefit many middle-class and union workers.

Mar 26
Introduced H.R. 1870, the Family Health Care Affordability Act, a key component of the Protecting Pre-Existing Conditions & Making Health Care More Affordable Act of 2019.

Mar 8
House passed the bill led by Susan Wild to make voting more accessible by enacting and expanding early voting in every state as a key component of the historic reforms package, H.R.1, The For the People Act of 2019.

Mar 6
As co-chair of the New Democratic Coalition Climate Change Task Force, Susan Wild announced its mission statement and goals for the 116th Congress.

Mar 6
Voted in the House Committee on Education and Labor to advance the Raise the Wage Act, a proposal that would gradually increase the minimum wage to $15 by 2024

Mar 5
Introduced legislation that would require all states to offer at least 15 consecutive days of early voting for federal elections.

Mar 3
Crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge with Rep. John Lewis

Susan Wild with John Lewis on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in 2019

***Note: Susan Wild has not yet co-sponsored H.Res. 109, the Green New Deal. (Sponsor Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez D-NY) However, with the New Democrat Coalition, she did release Climate Change Goals on March 6th. You decide what makes more sense.***

Feb 27
Co-sponsor of H.R. 1384 to establish a Medicare for All health insurance program. (Sponsor Pramila Jayapal D-WA)

***Compare all the Medicare for All plans in a side-by-side format here.***

Feb 25
Co-sponsor of H.R. 1346 to provide option for ages 50 to 64 to buy into Medicare, to provide for health insurance market stabilization, and for other purposes. (Sponsor Brian Higgins D-NY)

Feb 14
Co-sponsor of H.J.Res.37 to Direct removal of US Armed Forces from hostilities in the Republic of Yemen that have not been authorized by Congress. – – – PASSED HOUSE – – –

Jan 17
Appointed to House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Jan 14
Appointed to House Committee on Education and Labor.

Jan 4
Voted for Appropriations Bill to fund the Government. Mitch McConnell refuses to let Senate vote. Voted for Nancy Pelosi Speaker of House.

Jan 3
Sworn in to 116th Congress.

Jan 2
Introduced H.R. 7400 to fund the Coast Guard during shutdown (only military branch left out).

Dec 22
Wed – Senate passes bipartisan compromise spending bill, Pres refuses to sign
Thu – House GOP passes their bill with 5.8 billion for wall
Fri – Senate never held a vote
Sat – Shutdown

Dec 21
Co-sponsored H.R. 6505 to authorize HHS to negotiate drug prices with pharmaceutical companies.

Dec 20
Voted for First Step Act that provides needed first steps in reforming our mandatory minimum sentencing laws and offers meaningful opportunities for rehabilitation and re-entry.

Dec 19
Co-sponsored with Rep. Anthony Brown (MD-4):
H.R. 6685 – invest in career and technical training programs for high school students.
H.R. 6694 – incentivize employers to invest in training programs for their employees.
H.R. 6693 – encourage federal agencies to hire contractors that participate in high-impact apprenticeship programs.

Signed on to the Paycheck Fairness Act (H.R. 1869) to push her colleagues to support equal pay for equal work.

Dec 14
Along with Representatives-elect Madeleine Dean and Chrissy Houlahan, joined the House Gun Violence Prevention Task Force.

Dec 13
Voted to pass 2018 Farm Bill.

Dec 11
Signed on to the discharge position introduced by Congressman Mike Doyle (PA-14) to force a vote in the House on H.J.Res.129, legislation that would overrule the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) action to overturn the open internet.

Dec 10
Co-sponsor of H. Res. 1031 which authorizes the House to defend the Affordable Care Act’s pre-existing conditions protections in federal court.

Nov 27
Sworn in to 115th Congress.