WASHINGTON, D.C. – Last week, key priorities in the High School CODES Act were signed into law. The effort, led by Reps. Tony Cárdenas (D-CA) and Pete Olson (R-TX) and Sens.
The merger should have been a spike in the end zone for Sinclair, but the refs stopped them at the 1st yard line for unfair play. It must have been a real upset for Sinclair. But not for the American public.
Trump’s summit with ruthless dictator Vladimir Putin put our national security and the safety of all Americans at risk. This was an opportunity to show American leadership against a thug who murders his critics. Instead, Trump cowered beside him. Russia, now emboldened, will continue to undermine our American democracy while Donald Trump acts like Putin’s puppet.
Chairman Pai’s decision to put the brakes on this merger is a victory for local news and all Americans. Strong competition and different points of view on our local news are crucial. The Sinclair-Tribune merger would give Sinclair the power to reach 3 out of 4 Americans’ homes, more than what current law allows.
Reps. Tony Cárdenas and Pete Olson Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Boost the Economy by Investing in High School Coding Programs.
High School CODES Act establishes a grant program to help schools create and expand computer science programs.
SAN DIEGO – President Trump, Jeff Sessions, and the rest of this administration are tearing families apart, ripping babies and children away from their families. It's disgusting and the complete opposite of what our country stands for.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Paul Ryan promised to protect Dreamers, and to bring a solution on immigration to the floor. He has not kept that promise.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tomorrow, Rep. Tony Cárdenas will question Mark Zuckerberg around the growing discussion of online privacy and the responsibility of big tech firms in managing users’ data. The Congressman released the following statement:
LOS ANGELES, CA – Amidst the still-developing Cambridge Analytica scandal, I have joined my colleagues in sending a letter to the FTC urging them to fully investigate how Facebook, the largest social media company in the world, failed to adequately protect the privacy of more than 50 million people. I hope to use the FTC
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Here we go again.
Once again, Republicans, who control everything in Washington, D.C., have brought the country to the brink of a shutdown.
They’ve recklessly rushed a two-thousand, two-hundred and thirty-two page, $1.37 trillion spending bill, endangering Americans because we don’t know exactly how our tax dollars will be spent.
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