Raise the caps on discretionary spending in FY 2020 and prioritize funding for the federal science agencies.
Support potential bills to combat sexual harassment in science.
Congress should make F-1 visas "dual intent," allowing international students the ability to express intent to immigrate to the U.S.
Congressional offices should review the NDAA-mandated report on the effects of climate change on the U.S. military and discuss the findings with APS member constituents.
Ask Congress to include research infrastructure in any infrastructure initiative it develops.
Congress should fully fund Titles II and IV of the Every Student Succeeds Act and support STEM education.
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