Michelle Steel

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The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) publicly announced their endorsement of Congresswoman Michelle Steel in California’s 45th Congressional District. NFIB advocates for small businesses at both the state and federal level. From taxes to healthcare, NFIB is actively advocating for every small business in America. When it comes to …continue reading

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Following the Supreme Court’s decision to dismantle Roe v. Wade, and Justice Thomas’s written intention to challenge marriage equality, last night a bipartisan group of Congressmembers passed the Respect for Marriage Act. Congresswoman Steel failed to join her California Republican colleagues and instead voted against codifying marriage equality. Earlier this …continue reading

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Rep. Michelle Steel (R-CA) announced new legislation authored to prevent the Chinese Communist Party from meddling in the U.S. supply chain. The legislation prevents the United States Government and its contractors from using Chinese-based LOGINK, a shipping logistics and data platform that collects information from users at ports around the …continue reading

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Dear Editor: Anti-Asian hate crimes increased in California by 177% in 2021 and we need someone in Congress who will fight to keep Asian communities safe in Orange and Los Angeles counties. Congresswoman Michelle Steel has proposed bi-partisan resolution condemning Anti-Asian hate crimes, voted in support of the COVID-19 Hate …continue reading

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Reps. Michelle Steel (R-CA) and Katie Porter (D-CA) introduced bipartisan legislation to commission a Congressional Gold Medal for Dr. John Cheng, an Orange County resident who was killed while confronting an active shooter at Geneva Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods last month. Congressional Gold Medals express Congress’ highest appreciation for …continue reading

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Rep. Michelle Steel (R-CA), with Reps. Alan Lowenthal (D-47), and Lou Correa (D-46), introduced a bipartisan House Resolution recognizing the significance of and commemorating the 47th anniversary of the Fall of Saigon and the tragic collapse of the Republic of Vietnam. The three Congress Members each represent a portion of …continue reading

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Rep. Michelle Steel (R-CA) introduced The Helping Applicants Receive Valid and Reasonable Decisions (HARVARD) Act, legislation that promotes transparency at institutions of higher education by requiring them to list their usage of personality traits in admissions decisions. Earlier this year, the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear arguments in …continue reading

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Rep. Michelle Steel (R-CA) questioned Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra about telehealth access and expanding opportunities for Americans to receive care. Last year, Rep. Steel introduced the Telehealth Expansion Act, bipartisan legislation that would make permanent a waiver created by the CARES Act to allow Americans with Health …continue reading