April 14, 2017
Join JAC in Washington May 3-4
Week In Review Commentary
The JAC EZ Read will be taking a break this week due to the Passover holiday. We will be back next week with more news on the issues important to you.

Wishing everyone a happy holiday. 
Wishing You A Happy Passover
JAC Annual Meeting 2017
May 3-4
Washington, DC
(Hotel rooms are going fast. Register today.)

Lunch with
Senator Bob Casey (D-PA)
April 21
Philadelphia, PA

JAC II Event
April 26th
Detroit Area
Details to follow 

 Join the JAC Table at
Rep. Jan Schakowsky's
16th Annual Ultimate Women's Power Lunch
Friday, May 5th

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