Nadler represents one of the largest Jewish districts in the nation.
Rep. Mike Michaud (D-Maine) on Thursday called on President Obama to raise the issue of Japanese currency manipulation during his visit to Japan next week.
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) praised President Obama’s initiative to improve worker training, but said Congress can do more to help by passing his bill.
“The administration’s initiative is an important step towards addressing our country’s skills gap,” Brown said. “Congress can continue this progress by passing my bipartisan legislation which would strengthen job training efforts.”
Top Republicans want to know how HHS administers the Low Income Energy Assistance Program.
Huy Fong Foods is facing a lawsuit over its current factory in Irwindale, Calif.
A group of House lawmakers is headed to the Asia-Pacific on Friday for a week of talks with top leaders in Japan, South Korea and China to discuss strengthening economic, trade and security ties.
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) said the federal government needs to be doing more to help states deal with heroin and prescription drug addiction.
“We must work together at the local, state and federal level to stop this troubling trend that is hurting our communities and claiming too many lives,” Shaheen said in a press release.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said NATO members needed to spend at least 2 percent of their GDP on defense in order to stop Russia from invading neighboring countries.
“Considering what President Putin is doing right now in Ukraine, it is more important than ever for every NATO ally to spend at least 2 percent of its GDP on defense,” McCain said.
Sen. John Cornyn warned against an executive order requiring the technology.
Rep. Steve Stockman aims to dock federal funding to states with gun registries.