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AAU, together with ACE, APLU, and four other higher education associations, sent a letter to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos including questions about the interpretation of Section 117 of the Higher Education Act.
AAU, together with six associations, sent a letter on June 20, 2019 to House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Richard Neal (D-MA) and Ranking Member Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) to encourage their support for an extension of a deduction for qualified tuition and related expenses.

AAU sent a letter on June 20, 2019 to Chairwoman Johnson and Ranking Member Lucas of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, showing their appreciation for their leadership on the Combating Sexual Harassment in Science Act of 2019 (H.R. 36).  

The Task Force on American Innovation (TFAI) sent a letter to Congressional leaders urging the passage of a bipartisan, bicameral budget agreement that will raise the FY20 and FY21 defense and non-defense discretionary spending caps.
AAU and other organizations sent a letter to representatives Pocan, Deutch, DelBene, Speier, Raskin, Nadler, DeGette, Lee, Lofgren, and Khanna to express their support for their amendment to H.R. 2740
AAU, along with ACE and other associations, wrote a letter to House leaders urging they act quickly to pass protections for dreamers.

AAU President Mary Sue Coleman sent congressional leaders a letter urging them to pass H.R. 6, the American Dream and Promise Act of 2019.

AAU, along with several associations and universities, sent a letter to Representatives Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ) and Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH) in support of the Securing American Science and Technology Act.
AAU, together with ACE, APLU, and three other higher education associations sent a letter to House Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) and Ranking Member Doug Collins (R-GA) to request the committee work to pass two bills to protect Dreamers.
AAU President Mary Sue Coleman sent a letter to House leaders in support of H.R. 6, “the American Dream Act of 2019,” legislation that would allow some undocumented young people to earn lawful permanent residence in the United States and a path to citizenship.