Members of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) will join members of the House and Senate this week to call for the passage of legislation giving people the option of using U.S.-based call centers.

The CWA supports the United States Call Center Worker and Consumer Protection Act, which has already been offered in the House and Senate.

The group is calling that bill the "Press One For America" call center bill, as it would require call centers to identify where they are located. If the caller requests it, overseas call centers would have to forward calls to a center based in the United States.

On Wednesday afternoon, members of the CWA will hold a press conference with Sen. Bob CaseyRobert (Bob) Patrick CaseyDems hit stock buybacks in tax law fight Dem senator warns Mueller against issuing Russia report near 2018 election Dem praises gay US Olympian who feuded with Pence MORE (D-Pa.), and Reps. David McKinleyDavid Bennett McKinleySenators offer bill to close rural-urban internet divide Lawmakers battle Trump, PhRMA on discount drug rule House rejects Democrat's resolution to impeach Trump MORE (R-W.Va.) and Tim BishopTimothy (Tim) Howard BishopDems separated by 29 votes in NY House primary Flint residents hire first K Street firm House moves to vote on .1T package; backup plan in place MORE (D-N.Y.) to formally introduce the bill.

The bill is meant to reduce the outsourcing of call center jobs to India and other countries. On Wednesday, CWA members from an outsourced call center in Texas will join members of Congress, along with an "insured" call center in North Carolina.

The CWA says it represents 700,000 union workers in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.

Bishop introduced his bipartisan call center bill, H.R. 2909, in August. Sen. Casey offered his bill, S. 1565, in September.