Condemning Anti-Asian Violence
All Americans are praying for the victims of the brutal shootings in Georgia. We grieve with the families and loved ones of Soon C. Park, Hyun Jung Grant, Suncha Kim, Yong A. Yue, Delaina Ashley Yaun, Paul Andre Michels, Xiaojie Tan, and Daoyou Feng.
House Prepares to Pass American Rescue Plan
Protecting Asian Americans Across The Country
House Delivers Article of Impeachment to the Senate
Justice Will Be Done
This week, the President of the United States incited an armed insurrection against America. The gleeful desecration of the U.S. Capitol, which is the temple of our American democracy, and the violence targeting Congress are horrors that will forever stain our nation's history.
Urgent Relief is Needed
Every day, the coronavirus and accompanying economic crisis accelerate further out of control – but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans are refusing to give families and frontline workers the help they desperately need.
Families all across the country are experiencing the unthinkable, unbearable losses of their loved ones and many are falling into financial ruin because of the economic fallout of the pandemic. The United States is averaging over one million new cases a week and the national death toll has crossed the heartbreaking milestone of 270,000 lives lost.
A Season of Giving
Thanksgiving is a beautiful, all-American holiday, when our nation gives thanks for the great blessings that have been bestowed upon our great country.
The People Have The Power
The right of every voter to have his or her ballot counted as cast is fundamental to American democracy – whether they vote by mail, vote early in person or vote on Election Day.
More Inaction, More Death
Our nation will soon pass the heartbreaking milestones of nine million coronavirus cases and a quarter of a million American deaths – at the same time that eight million are being pushed into poverty, 17 million children are food insecure, and over 23 million workers are on unemployment.