House Judiciary Committee

featured graphic for Michelle Steel, Congresswoman for California’s 48th District, during COVID-19

Rep. Michelle Steel (CA-48) testified in front of the House Judiciary Committee during a hearing on discrimination and violence against Asian Americans. The hearing, which was held in the committee’s Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties Subcommittee, examined the history of anti-Asian American discrimination and violence, and highlighted many of …continue reading

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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 …continue reading

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Congressman Lou Correa joined his colleagues on the House Judiciary Committee in passing the Justice In Policing Act. This landmark legislation works to rebuild trust between police departments and the communities they serve by improving police training, collecting better data on police misconduct, and increasing police accountability. Rep. Correa said, …continue reading

Judicial Watch announced that President Tom Fitton provided testimony to the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties during a hearing titled “Protecting the Right to Vote During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Fitton noted that Judicial Watch has “been involved for almost a decade in ensuring …continue reading