Rep. Michelle Steel (CA-48) opposed the Democrats’ $1.9 trillion funding bill which would have cost more than 1 million American jobs, added $14,000 per family to the national debt, and supported schools that remained shuttered to in-person learning. The majority of this legislation – more than $1 trillion – is
By a vote of 221 to 203 with 8 members not voting (Michelle Steel, who remains in self-quarantine), the United States Congress voted to impeach President Donald J. Trump. The vote was along party lines. Young Kim voted nay. Harley Rouda and Alan Lowenthal voted yea. The articles of impeachment
On Sunday, January 3, the U.S. House of Representatives convened for the beginning of the 117th Congress. Congressman Lou Correa (CA-46) took his oath of office and officially launched his third term as the Representative for California’s 46th Congressional District. Looking forward, Congressman Correa recommitted to protecting the America Dream.
Without any explanation, Speaker Nancy Pelosi adjourned the House of Representatives this morning without voting on a COVID-19 relief bill. That means none of her Democratic members will have to go on record voting against it. Why would they vote against it? Because all the pet projects that Democrats tried
Recently, our own Congressman Alan Lowenthal (D-CA47) joined with Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA1) to introduce a resolution to the House of Representatives calling for the removal of political gerrymandering from congressional redistricting. The supposed non-partisan redistricting commissions in Arizona and California are held up as exemplars, showing how well the proposed