View Congress Member / SenatorName: Robert E. Latta
Position: House (OH, 5)
Staffer: Rachel Schwegman
Address: 2448 Rayburn House Office Building
Number of Contacts: 6 ( or 0% in support)
Message and Talking Points
Dara Baldwin writes on 3/25/2019 at 3:46PM:
On 3/25/2019 met with Rachel Rathore his LD on the E&C and discussed the bill. Also gave her a brief ADA and Olmstead education. She also would like to hear form GA advocates. It was a good meeting. I sent her a thank you email with all the information we discussed and the Redline version of the 116th bill. I will follow up with her in a few weeks.
Tim Bowman writes on 8/30/2018 at 1:12PM:
On August 30th, 2018, C4CI sent an email to Rachel Schwegman (Rachel.Schwegman@mail.house.gov) asking why is not a cosponsor of DIA and whether the representative would commit to being an initial co-sponsor of DIA if elected to the next Congress.
Ericka Jones writes on 5/22/2018 at 4:32PM:
ADAPT visited this office on May 16th and spoke with the Senior Legislative Assistant. She stated the representative wasn't available but we gave her the information and explained the importance of the rep's cosponsorship of D.I.A. Rachael stated she understood and would contact Amy if the rep wanted to sign on.
Bruce Darling writes on 9/27/2017 at 3:30PM:
On September 27th, ADAPT members - as part of the Fall Action Hill Day - provided the office with information about the Disability Integration Act and asked that the Member of Congress cosponsor this legislation.
Bruce Darling writes on 5/17/2017 at 4:45PM:
On May 17th, ADAPT members - as part of the Spring Action Hill Day - provided the office with information about the Disability Integration Act and asked that the Member of Congress cosponsor this legislation.
Stephanie Woodward writes on 4/13/2016 at 11:02AM:
On April 13, 2016 ADAPT members - as part of the Spring Action Hill Day - provided the office with information about the Disability Integration Act which has already been introduced in the US Senate and asked that the Member of Congress become initial cosponsor this legislation in the House.