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Tell Congress: Support the Justice Safety Valve Act
Use FAMM's action center to email your U.S. Representative and Senators and ask them to support the Justice Safety Valve Act (S. 1127, H.R. 2435). If passed, this bill would allow judges to give sentences other than the mandatory minimum sentence for any federal crime. Please take action today to support this bill!

Tell Congress: Oppose H.R. 2851, the SITSA Act
Use FAMM's action center to email your U.S. Representative and ask them to oppose H.R. 2851, the SITSA Act. If passed, this bill would create more mandatory minimum drug sentences for synthetic and analogue drugs.

Tell Congress: Oppose H.R. 1781
Use FAMM's action center to email your U.S. Representative and urge them to oppose H.R. 1781. If passed, this bill would drastically lower the weight thresholds necessary to trigger a mandatory minimum in drug offenses involving fentanyl, allow the courts to add as much as five additional years to mandatory minimum prison terms for fentanyl, and give the attorney general unchecked authority in scheduling synthetic opioids. Please take action to oppose this harmful law!

Tell Congress: Don't Treat Our Kids Like Sexual Predators. Oppose H.R. 1761.
Use FAMM's action center to email your U.S. Senators and tell them to oppose H.R. 1761, a bill that would apply mandatory minimum sentences intended for child predators to young kids engaging in "sexting," the consensual sharing of sexually explicit photos and videos via smartphones. Long mandatory minimum sentences for child pornography production and distribution were not intended to apply to a 19-year-old boy who gets a racy photo from his 17-year-old girlfriend, but that's what H.R. 1761 would do. The U.S. House of Representatives has already passed this bill; it now goes to the U.S. Senate for a vote.

Tell Congress: Oppose Kate's Law - H.R. 361 / S. 45
Use FAMM's action center to email your U.S. Representative and Senators and urge them to oppose Kate's Law (H.R. 361 / S. 45). If passed, this bill would would create a 5-year mandatory minimum sentence for some or all illegal reentry offenders convicted under 8 U.S.C. section 1326. Please take action to oppose this harmful law!

Mandatory Minimums Must Go
Use FAMM's action center to urge your U.S. Representative and Senators to end inflexible, ineffective, and expensive mandatory minimum sentencing laws. Act now!