Good afternoon. I would like to provide you with a few updates about recent developments in Congress and share some important information.
Taking Action to Lower Gas Prices
Washington, DC – Today, Representatives Ro Khanna (CA-17) and Darren Soto (FL-9) led a group of House Democrats in sending a letter to President Biden urging him to tap into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and ban crude oil exports to bring down high gasoline and fuel prices.
Washington, DC – November 22, 2021 – Today, U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Representative Ro Khanna (CA-17) announced the Protecting America’s Meatpacking Workers Act which would provide stronger workplace protections for meat and poultry processing workers.
Washington, DC – November 19, 2021 – Today, Rep.
Washington, D.C. – November 18 – Reps. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., and Peter Meijer, R-Mi., introduced bipartisan legislation today to protect Americans against warrantless searches of the data generated and stored in their cars and trucks.
Washington, DC – November 8, 2021 – Reps. Ro Khanna (D-CA) and Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) today led 77 members of Congress on a letter to Secretary of Education Dr.
Washington, DC – November 6, 2021 – Today, Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA), Deputy Whip for the Congressional Progressive Caucus, issued the following statement on the House passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
In The News
Fashion isn’t usually the first industry that comes to mind when we think of the climate crisis. The key perpetrators are generally seen as oil, gas, and transportation.
Nearly a dozen Congressional Democrats are urging President Joe Biden to combat high gas prices by not only releasing barrels from the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve but by banning US oil exports, according to a letter viewed by CNN.
Democratic Congressman Ro Khanna, a leading progressive lawmaker from California, said Sunday he plans to vote in favor of the $1.75 trillion social policy and climate change package unveiled by President Biden last week, as well as a $1 trillion bipartisan
Top executives of ExxonMobil and other oil giants denied spreading disinformation about climate change as they sparred Thursday with congressional Democrats over allegations that the industry concealed evidence about the dangers of global warming.
There were tense moments in a House Oversight Committee hearing Thursday, where executives from the world's biggest oil and gas companies took questions about their role in the climate crisis. It's the first time all were testifying together.
In April 1994, seven top tobacco CEOs testified to Congress that they didn’t believe nicotine was addictive. Two years later, they were all under federal investigation for potentially lying under oath and no longer leading their embattled cigarette companies.
A group of congressional Democrats said Wednesday that they plan to work with Paris Hilton to create new regulations to prevent the abuse of children in facilities for troubled teens.
For weeks, President Biden has met repeatedly with Democratic lawmakers as part of the tortuous negotiations over his agenda — but to the frustration of many, he has revealed few opinions of his own on what should remain in the plan and what should be jettisoned.
What happened: She pioneered the modern reality TV show, but Paris Hilton broke sober new ground Wednesday. The celeb implored Congress to do more to address what she described as systemic physical, sexual and emotional abuse at residential children’s treatment centers around the country.
Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., reiterated calls to drastically up government funding levels for technology-driving research and development—and to form a new executive branch agency with a focus on innovation.