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Cory A. Booker

United States Senate
Democratic Party

United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510
One Gateway Center
Newark, NJ 07102
(202) 224-3224

a Senator from New Jersey; born on April 27, 1969, in Washington, D.C.; graduated Northern Valley Regional High School, Old Tappan, N.J., 1987; B.A., Stanford University, 1991; M.A., Stanford University, 1992; attended The Queen’s College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England, as a Rhodes Scholar and received a graduate degree in 1994; J.D., Yale Law School, 1997; worked as an attorney in the non-profit sector; Newark City Council 1998-2002; Mayor of Newark, N.J. 2006-2013; elected as a Democrat to the United States Senate in a special election on October 16, 2013, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Frank Lautenberg, a seat subsequently held by appointed senator Jeffrey Chiesa, and took the oath of office on October 31, 2013; reelected in 2014 for the term ending January 3, 2021.

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Subject
Summary
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S.RES.235

A resolution designating June 12, 2019, as 'Women Veterans Appreciation Day'.
Armed Forces and National Security
This resolution designates June 12, 2019, as Women Veterans Appreciation Day to recognize the service and sacrifices of women veterans who have served valiantly on behalf of the United States.

S.1689

A bill to permit States to transfer certain funds from the clean water revolving fund of a State to the drinking water revolving fund of the State in certain circumstances, and for other purposes.
Environmental Protection

S.2311

A bill to expand eligibility for the My Career Advancement Account program of the Department of Defense to certain military spouses, and for other purposes.
Armed Forces and National Security

S.2307

A bill to authorize the Secretary of Defense to make grants to support the study of world languages in elementary schools and secondary schools.
Education

S.2305

A bill to amend title XIX of the Social Security Act to provide a consistent standard of health care to the incarcerated, and for other purposes.
Health

S.2215

A bill to prohibit agreements between employers that directly restrict the current or future employment of any employee.
Labor and Employment

S.2236

A bill to require Federal agencies to address environmental justice, to require consideration of cumulative impacts in certain permitting decisions, and for other purposes.
Environmental Protection

S.2231

A bill to establish American opportunity accounts, to modify estate and gift tax rules, to reform the taxation of capital income, and for other purposes.

S.RES.281

A resolution committing to elevate the voices, leadership, and needs of communities that face systemic barriers in the effort to end sexual violence and support all survivors of sexual violence and gender-based violence, including immigrant survivors, survivors who are incarcerated, survivors with disabilities, survivors of color, American Indian or Alaska Native survivors, survivors of child sexual abuse, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex survivors.
Crime and Law Enforcement

S.2149

A bill to amend the Small Business Act to create a program to provide funding for organizations that support startup businesses in formation and early growth stages by providing entrepreneurs with resources and services to produce viable businesses, and for other purposes.
Commerce

S.2151

A bill to amend section 287 of the Immigration and Nationality Act to prohibit immigration officers and agents of the Department of Homeland Security from wearing clothing or other items bearing the word 'police'.
Immigration

S.2146

A bill to enable incarcerated persons to petition a Federal court for a second look at sentences longer than 10 years, where the person is not a danger to the safety of any person or the community, and has shown they are ready for reentry, and for other purposes.

S.2068

A bill to prohibit the Bureau of the Census from including citizenship data in the legislative redistricting data prepared by the Bureau.
Government Operations and Politics

S.2021

A bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act by striking marijuana use, possession, and distribution as grounds of inadmissibility and removal.
Immigration

S.RES.264

A resolution recognizing the contributions of African Americans to the musical heritage of the United States and the need for greater access to music education for African-American students, and expressing support for the designation of June as African-American Music Appreciation Month.
Arts, Culture, Religion

S.RES.261

A resolution recognizing the contributions of African Americans to the musical heritage of the United States and the need for greater access to music education for African-American students, and expressing support for the designation of June as African-American Music Appreciation Month.
Arts, Culture, Religion

S.1866

A bill to better support our early childhood educators and elementary school and secondary school teachers, and for other purposes.
Education

S.1787

A bill to require the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to implement a national employer notification service.
Transportation and Public Works
Miranda Vargas School Bus Driver Red Flag Act or Miranda's Law This bill directs the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to issue a final rule requiring the implementation of a national employer notification service that states may access. The term "employer notification service" means a service that automatically provides a report to an employer (with notice to the employee involved) on the change in the status of the driving record or license of an employee who has a commercial driv...

S.1673

A bill to extend the authority for the establishment of a commemorative work in honor of Gold Star Families, and for other purposes.
Armed Forces and National Security
Gold Star Families National Monument Extension Act This bill extends through January 2, 2027, the authority of the Gold Star Mothers National Monument Foundation to establish a commemorative work in honor of Gold Star families.

S.1595

A bill to amend the Truth in Lending Act to limit overdraft fees and establish fair and transparent practices related to the marketing and provision of overdraft coverage programs at depository institutions, and for other purposes.
Finance and Financial Sector
Stop Overdraft Profiteering Act of 2019 This bill prohibits a depository institution from engaging in certain acts in connection with overdraft coverage. Each depository institution that offers overdraft coverage for accounts must disclose overdraft coverage fees and certain related information. A depository institution must provide certain other disclosures regarding its overdraft protection program, including prompt notification of the account's overdraft status. The bill limits the number...