Washington, D.C. – Today, Congresswoman Deborah Ross (NC-02) released a report detailing her first 100 days in office working for the people of the 2nd Congressional District of North Carolina. The full report can be found here.

“From ensuring equal pay for equal work, to fighting for our North Carolinian veterans, to passing the American Rescue Plan – I’m proud to be leading as part of this new Congress that is delivering real results for the American people,” said Congresswoman Ross. “Meeting with and listening to North Carolinians is a privilege, and I’m honored to represent my home.”

The report includes the following highlights:

  • 1 bill introduced – the bipartisan Protecting Job Opportunities for Borrowers (JOBs) Act
    • The legislation would prevent states from suspending, revoking, or denying state-issued driver’s licenses, teaching licenses, and other professional licenses solely because borrowers are behind on their federal student loan payments. Full release here.
  • 3 amendments passed the House
  • Led 7 letters and signed onto 45 letters
  • Cosponsored over 100 bills; 54 are bipartisan
  • 19,428 constituent letters answered
  • Over 200 constituent meetings in DC & the district 
  • 16 roundtables, town halls, and site visits
  • Closed 168 constituent cases