July 2019

Congressman asks Border Patrol chief to clarify testimony about U.S. citizen held for weeks

 

California congressman Ted Lieu has asked a U.S. Border Patrol chief to clarify the contradictory testimony he delivered to the House Judiciary committee last week on the detention of 18-year-old Francisco Erwin Galicia, a U.S. citizen who was held by immigration officers for more than three weeks.

Mueller’s Testimony Didn't Deliver Bombshells. Here’s Why It Still Matters

As he had promised, Robert Mueller’s testimony produced no new revelations outside the findings detailed in his final report. But through the former special counsel’s terse responses, both Democrats and Republicans were able to claim victory—reflecting the way partisan rancor has come to dominate the fallout from the independent investigation.

REP LIEU CONDEMNS ANTI-SEMITIC GRAFFITI FOUND IN SANTA MONICA

LOS ANGELES - Today, Congressman Ted W. Lieu issued the following statement in response to the anti-Semitic graffiti found in Santa Monica this weekend.

“I am absolutely appalled by the anti-Semitic graffiti scrawled in Santa Monica. During a time where anti-Semitic acts are on the rise, we must roundly condemn this kind of hate. I stand in solidarity with my Jewish constituents and Jews across the country. Hate has no place in our communities.”

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I have served in the Air Force and in Congress. People still tell me to ‘go back’ to China.

I served on active duty in the U.S. Air Force and currently serve in the U.S. House of Representatives. Yet I still experience people telling me to “go back” to China or North Korea or Japan. Like many immigrants, I have learned to brush off this racist insult. I never thought the president of the United States would tell members of Congress to “go back” to another country.

REPS LIEU AND HILL APPLAUD PASSAGE OF DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION TO EXPAND WEST LA ARMORY HOMELESS SHELTER SERVICES

WASHINGTON – Today, Representatives Ted Lieu (CA-33) and Katie Hill (CA-25) announced that the effort to authorize the West Los Angeles National Guard Armory to expand its homeless shelter services passed a major hurdle thanks to provisions in the House-passed National Defense Authorization Act. The effort, spearheaded in the House by Lieu and Hill, modifies the deed at the West LA Armory to allow a shelter to operate on the property year-round.

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