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"In California, I was honored to coauthor AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act. But it’s clear to me that to solve climate change, we need America to do what California has done, and then for America to get other countries to do what California has done. That’s why my first piece of legislation in Congress was the Climate Solutions Act of 2015: a bold, innovative plan to energize investment in green energy technology, set strong renewable energy standards and slash the carbon pollution that is damaging our planet."
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 22, 2015
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D-Los Angeles) has introduced the Climate Solutions Act. Congressman Lieu, co-author of California’s landmark Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, ran for Congress to help tackle climate change. Today, he introduces a bold, progressive plan to cut carbon pollution and invest in America’s green energy industry.
In a modern society, all of us deal with a thousand different issues. But there is one issue that can kill humanity as a species: climate change.
Saying a study of the Rim of the Valley Corridor's future is months overdue and stuck in "bureaucratic limbo," three local members of Congress are urging the National Park Service to release the report.
Reps. Adam B. Schiff (D-Burbank), Judy Chu (D-Pasadena) and Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) used a recent letter to express their "strong concern over repeated and lengthy delays" in releasing the Rim of the Valley Corridor Special Resource Study and the failure of the park service "to meet its own deadlines."
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D-CA) announced his appointment to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform for the 114th Congress. As the primary investigative body for the House of Representatives, the Committee has the authority to scrutinize any matter within the jurisdiction of standing House committees. The Committee has historically served as a critical check on the powers of the legislative and executive branches as well as abuses of the public trust by private companies.