FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 21, 2015
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Los Angeles - Today, Congressman Ted W.
Los Angeles - On the 80th anniversary of Social Security, Congressman Ted Lieu issued the following statement:
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Los Angeles - Today, Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D-Los Angeles) issued a statement following a visit by Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James to Los Angeles Air Force Base (LA AFB). LA AFB is located in California’s 33rd Congressional District and is where Congressman Lieu performs his Air Force Reserve duty.
Los Angeles - Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D-Los Angeles) issued the following statement regarding the July 22 letter from Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Inspector General (IG) Patrick McFarland to OPM Acting Director Beth Cobert stating that the Office of the Chief Information Officer has “hindered and interfered with” his office’s oversight.
Los Angeles - Today, Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D - Los Angeles), released the following statement on Super Typhoon Soudelor:
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Washington—Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer and Representative Ted Lieu (all D-Calif.) today called on the House and Senate Veterans Affairs Committees to facilitate housing for homeless and disadvantaged veterans at the West Los Angeles VA campus.
Los Angeles - Today, Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D | Los Angeles) issued the following statement of support for President Obama’s Clean Power Plan (CPP). The CPP would place the first ever limits on carbon pollution from our nation’s power sector; the reductions from the CPP are also critical to meeting the U.S.
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WASHINGTON, Oct 17 (Reuters) - The Pentagon declined to say on Monday whether the USS Mason destroyer was targeted by multiple inbound missiles fired from Yemen on Saturday, as initially thought, saying a review was under way to determine what happened.
Washington — U.S. Reps. Justin Amash, R-Cascade Township, and Ted Lieu, D-California, sent a bipartisan letter Friday urging Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to brief lawmakers on the issues raised by reports that Yahoo searched its users’ incoming emails at the request of the federal government.
What’s up with Yahoo reportedly helping the government by scanning its users’ incoming emails? Like the rest of us, lawmakers want to know.
So a bipartisan group of 48 representatives on Friday sent a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, asking to be briefed as soon as possible.
Rep. Lieu questions government agencies at the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s IT Subcommittee hearing on how to better protect our electronic voting machines and democratic process.
Lawmakers are calling on the Obama administration to brief Congress on the surveillance program reportedly imposed on Yahoo Mail by intelligence authorities.
Letter: “it is our responsibility to have accurate information.”
On Friday, dozens of members of Congress wrote an open letter to the attorney general and the director of National Intelligence. In it, they requested a briefing regarding the recent Reuters story that Yahoo complied with a secret court order to search all of its customers’ e-mail.
The federal regulatory agency says investigations are not public it files charges, so it will not provide documents demanded by the House Science committee chair.
SEC Chair Mary Jo White would not confirm her agency is investigating Exxon, so she will not provide documents demanded by House Science committee chair Rep. Lamar Smith.
A bipartisan group of 48 U.S. lawmakers wants two government agencies to explain a surveillance program in which Yahoo reportedly scanned all the messages of its email users on behalf of the FBI.