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Muslims Continue to Believe in the American Dream, Despite Growing Concern.
- 48% of Muslims say they have experienced at least one incident of discrimination in the past 12 months
- Only 44% of U.S. Muslims say they voted in the 2016 election
- One-in-four Muslims are citizens but are not registered to vote (25%). 13% of Muslim registered voters stayed home on Election Day.
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Weekly Hill Happenings
Hill Happenings - July 14, 2017: Hill Headlines: New Health Care Bill, Strategic Assessment on the Muslim faith rejected, Expanding Social Security Act, No Sanctuary for Criminals Act & Kate's Law, Federal Employee Anti-discrimination Act of 2017, The Civil Rights Uniformity Act of 2017.
Hill Happenings - July 21, 2017: Hill Headlines: Voter Empowerment Act of 2017, Dream Act, Restoring the Right to Vote, The LGBT Conclusion Act.
Hill Happenings - July 28, 2017: Hill Headlines: African American Civil Rights Network Act of 2017, Prison Reform and Redemption Act, Know Before You Owe Federal Student Loan Act, Dream Act.
ACTION ALERT: NDAA Anti-Islam Amendment
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