The RESPECT Act, HR3684, should be passed. A read of the list of provisions that this repeals indicates that if this is even coming up as a question in 2019, then it’s blatantly obvious that Congress has failed in its job for well over 100 years, something most constituents of either party would tend to agree with. The Nay recommendation against passage states that the laws are no longer enforced, therefore no need to change anything. Right. You are as aware as I that laws are selectively enforced, whenever they may happen fit the enforcers’ plan. Please vote in favor of passage now to avoid the possibility of future uncertainty and potential discrimination that the existing provisions would allow if invoked and you will have taken a first step toward cleaning up decades of neglect.