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Congressman Ted Lieu

Representing the 33rd District of California

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March 22, 2016 Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Washington - Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D | Los Angeles County) released the following statement in the wake of today’s terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium:

March 18, 2016 Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Washington - In an exclusive piece for the award-winning SALON.COM, journalist Ben Norton covers Congressman Ted W. Lieu's latest action in light of civilian deaths in Yemen - the result of airstrikes orchestrated by a Saudi Arabian-led coalition.  Mr. Norton's piece focuses on a letter Congressman Lieu has sent to Secretary of State John Kerry and Secretary of Defense Ash Carter asking for more information about coalition military operations and the targeting of civilians in Yemen.

March 17, 2016 Press Release

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Washington - Today, Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D | Los Angeles County) issued the following statement regarding the rejection of his House Budget Committee amendment to invest $3 billion in one time mandatory spending to fully fund the startup of President Obama’s Information Technology Modernization Fund. 

March 14, 2016 Press Release

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CONGRESSMAN TED LIEU STATEMENT ON HOUSE VOTE TO SUPPORT TAIWAN STANDING IN INTERPOL

WASHINGTON - Today, Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D | Los Angeles County)  issued the following statement after the House passage of S. 2426, a bill to direct the President to develop a strategy to obtain observer status for Taiwan in the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL).

March 4, 2016 In The News

February 19, 2016

By KEVIN LANDERS

WBNS- 10TV

A judge has ordered  Apple to create a shortcut around its security system to allow the FBI to unlock the cell phone of the San Bernardino terrorists. But Apple isn't budging.

The FBI claims it has the right to see what's inside. So who is standing on the right side of the Law? It all depends on who you talk to.

For Ohio State Junior Mateo Olagberno,  Apple's fight with FBI is clear.

March 4, 2016 In The News

February 20, 2016

By JOSEPH KELLER

iMore

A new petition is asking the Obama Administration to halt the FBI's efforts to compel Apple to create a software backdoor into iOS in order to access data on the iPhone 5c of one of the San Bernardino shooters. The petition, posted on the White House's We the People site, calls the FBI's efforts an "unprecedented step" that threatens the security of Apple's customers.

March 4, 2016 In The News

February 20, 2016

By CRAIG GRANNELL

Stuff.tv

Common sense. Two words with very different meanings to different people.

March 4, 2016 In The News

February 22, 2016

By ADAM KREDO

The Washington Free Beacon

Congress is seeking to boost U.S. investment in Israeli security technologies and other sectors in response to efforts by international anti-Israel groups to promote economic boycotts of the Jewish state, according to a copy of a measure obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

March 2, 2016 In The News

February 22, 2016

By ARI YASHAR

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News 

Congress has submitted a new measure urging the US to increase investment in Israeli security technologies and other sectors so as to counter the BDS movement that seeks to stir up an international boycott against the Jewish state.

A copy of the measure was obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, which reported on the new move on Monday. It comes in parallel to another resolution working to get US states to divest taxpayer funds from anti-Israel companies.

March 2, 2016 In The News

February 22, 2016

By SEUNG LEE

Newsweek 

Fifty-one percent of Americans believe Apple should unlock the encrypted iPhone of one of the San Bernardino, California, shooters, according to a Pew Research survey published Monday.

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