Washington, DC – Rep. Ro Khanna released the below statement following the House OGR committee mark up and passage of the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA).
Washington, DC – Rep. Khanna, House sponsor (HR 2814) of the Stop BEZOS Act, a bill that would make large corporations, not the taxpayer, pay for the costs of federal programs that low-wage employees turn to in order to make ends meet, such as nutrition or housing assistance, issued the below statement following the news that Amazon will raise its minimum U.S.
Washington, DC – Today, Rep. Ro Khanna, joined by nearly two dozen of his colleagues in the House of Representatives, introduced a bipartisan privileged resolution that once again seeks to stop U.S. military participation in Saudi Arabia's war against the Houthi rebels in Yemen. This is an entirely separate war from the fight against Al Qaeda, yet Congress has never authorized it.
Santa Clara, CA. – In light of new CNN exclusive reporting that found the U.S. has made weapons linked to Yemen deaths since at least 2015, Rep. Khanna issued the below statement:
Washington, DC – In response to today’s ThinkProgress report, Rep. Khanna, representative for Silicon Valley, issued the following statement:
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Low-income workers haven’t received anything close to their fair economic share over the last few decades. The American economy has almost tripled in size since 1980, yet the average inflation-adjusted wage for low-income workers has risen only about 10 percent.
In May, I had the privilege of introducing U.S. Congressman Ro Khanna (D-Calif.), to 160 emergency nurses who gathered in Washington, D.C., to advocate for legislation promoting a safe workplace for health care employees.
Remnants of U.S.-made bombs have been found at the scene of multiple airstrikes in Yemen in the past several years that have killed dozens of civilians, CNN reports.
TUCKER CARLSON, a Fox News host, and Bernie Sanders, a democratic-socialist senator, seldom agree. Yet on the matter of billionaires supposedly sponging off taxpayer largesse, they are completely simpatico.
The Trump administration certified to Congress on Wednesday that the Saudi-backed coalition fighting in Yemen’s civil war was doing everything it could to prevent civilian casualties—a move that allows the U.S. military to continue supporting the coalition.
Members of both parties in Congress have had it with Aung San Suu Kyi, a woman once honored as a hero on Capitol Hill.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner has been silent as military rulers of her native Myanmar ravaged the Rohingya, an ethnic minority group on the country’s western border, in a brutal campaign the United Nations recently deemed genocide.
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Congressman Ro Khanna wants to inspire companies to do better by their workers.
"It's absurd that you have multi-billion dollar companies, trillion-dollar companies that aren't able to pay their workers $15," Rep. Khanna said Friday in an interview on Cheddar.
WASHINGTON ― A group of House Democrats is preparing a new bid to force the Trump administration and U.S. partners Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to rein in a devastating military campaign that has caused thousands of deaths in Yemen.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Wednesday introduced a Senate bill — the "Stop BEZOS Act" — that would require large employers such as Amazon.com and Walmart to pay the government for food stamps, public housing, Medicaid and other federal assistance received by their workers.