Congressman Lou Correa (D-CA-46) released the following statement condemning a mass shooting that took place in Orange, California, which is part of his district. Rep. Lou Correa said, “I am devastated by the news that a child and three others died in a mass shooting in Orange. We must all
Congressman Lou Correa (CA-46) voted to pass the American Rescue Act, a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill that provides immediate assistance to millions of American families. In addition to $1,400 cash stimulus payments, the American Rescue Act provides families with up to $300 a month in cash per child by expanding Child Tax Credit for 27 million
Congressmen Lou Correa (D-CA) released the following statement regarding the assault on the United States Capitol: “President Trump has proven today that he is a Dictator. He has incited American citizens to storm the US Capitol in the middle of fulfilling our job of certifying the 2020 presidential election results.
Congressman Lou Correa released the following statement regarding the passage of a Continuing Resolution to avert shutting down the government: “While I am disappointed that, yet again, the House has failed to finish its work and pass a budget, I am pleased to have voted to keep the government open
Congressman Lou Correa joined his colleagues on the House Judiciary Committee to consider important legislation. This bipartisan and productive legislative markup passed eight bills that address issues faced by countless Americans. Rep. Lou Correa said, “The American people sent us to Washington to get things done to help ordinary folks
With the Fourth of July on the horizon, Congressman Lou Correa released the following statement about rising coronavirus cases in Orange County: “As we approach this Fourth of July weekend, we must all continue our effort to fight COVID-19. This means practicing social distancing and wearing a mask while in
Congressman Lou Correa condemned Attorney General William Barr over allegations he directed the Department of Justice Antitrust Division to investigate legal cannabis businesses “out of personal animosity.” The allegations originate from the written testimony of current Department of Justice employee and Antitrust Division Trial Lawyer, John Elias. In his testimony,