Congresswoman Hayes has prioritized making sure racial disparities in health and nutrition spheres are adequately addressed especially for underrepresented or underprivileged families. As the country sees unprecedented attacks on access to voting, the Congresswoman is committed to ensuring all Americans have access to the ballot.
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|2/2/23||Ahead of the 30th Anniversary Of FMLA, Hayes, Durbin, Lead Legislation To Expand Family Leave Protections|
|1/11/23||Hayes Opposes Attempts to Criminalize Abortion|
|12/15/22||House Passes Hayes Bill to Find Missing Persons|
|10/24/22||Speaker Pelosi Appoints Congresswoman Hayes to National Historical Publications And Records Commission|
|10/3/22||Hayes to Host Vice President Harris in Fifth District|
|7/15/22||Hayes Votes to Strengthen and Protect Reproductive Freedom|
|4/7/22||Hayes Statement on the Historic Confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court|
|2/18/22||Hayes, Blumenthal Introduce Bipartisan Resolution Reaffirming Federal Support for Americans with Disabilities|
|1/13/22||Hayes Statement on the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act|
|9/23/21||Hayes Statement on the Mistreatment of Haitian Migrants at the Border|