Fighting for Lower Costs

Working families are being stretched too thin, so lowering costs has been a priority of mine in Congress. 

As a freshman lawmaker, I’ve hit the ground running on bipartisan legislation to help lower costs for regular folks.

As a rural mom working the trades before coming to Congress, I experienced the challenges of accessing quality, affordable childcare. Along with my bipartisan colleagues, I introduced a bill that would improve the cost, availability, and quality of childcare in agricultural and rural communities. 

I also introduced legislation to support patients’ access to lower-priced generic prescription drugs, address deceptive food packaging practices, and to index the federal minimum wage to a regional cost of living standard.

Your experiences inform the work I’m doing in Congress, so I hope you’ll fill out the survey below to share how you’ve been most affected:


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