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The mining of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, which have been in the spotlight recently due to their fluctuating valuations and investors, should be taxed for their considerable energy consumption, according to a Democratic congressman.
We're on Capitol Hill, as Reps. Jodey Arrington (R-TX) and Ro Khanna (D-CA) discuss congressional action in the wake of yesterday's deadly school shooting, and the continuing battle over immigration reform. Watch the video here: https://www.facebook.com/ABCNews/videos/10156913571523812/
California Representative Ro Khanna and other Democratic lawmakers, in a letter today, urged HHS Secretary Alex Azar to pave the way for cheaper generic drugs to treat the hepatitis C virus (HCV), helping patients who can’t afford brand-name medicines from Gilead and AbbVie. Patent holders such as Gilead and AbbVie can choose whether to sell their drugs and for how much. But under 28 U.S.C.
Do you think that Members of Congress get too many lifetime perks? Apparently some in Congress do.
Congressmen Ro Khanna (D-CA) and Ralph Norman (R-SC) have introduced the Stop Congressional Retirees’ Accessing Perks (SCRAP) Act (H.R. 4981) in an effort to pare back on some of the perks.
U.S. Rep. Ralph Norman of Rock Hill and another legislator are looking to end lifetime health care and other benefits for themselves and hundreds of other members of Congress.
CONGRESS APPROVES BUDGET DEAL: The House approved this morning a two-year budget deal that would increase federal spending by $300 billion and provide $90 billion in disaster aid — but not address immigration or the fate of DREAMers brought to the United States as children.
Despite a rivalry between New York City and California in the world of technology, Reps. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) and Joseph Crowley (D-Queens/Bronx) have joined forces to share best practices for expanding high-tech sectors.
Silicon Valley Congressman Ro Khanna sat down with ABC7 News' Larry Beil to discuss his thoughts on the GOP memo that was released on Friday.
The contents of the controversial Republican memo alleging abuses of government surveillance powers at the FBI and Justice Department have been debated, and now the American public is now be able to read them in detail.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Congressman Ro Khanna recently introduced the Marijuana Justice Act, the companion bill for Senator Cory Booker’s S. 1689. The Marijuana Justice Act would reform unjust federal marijuana laws and empower communities of color that have been disproportionately impacted by the failed drug war.
If polling is correct, pot no longer gives Americans fits. Recent Gallup polls indicate that 64 percent of Americans approve of legalizing marijuana — the highest level of public support in almost 50 years. Nevertheless, we have an administration that is tone deaf to the will of the people and insists on reinstituting failed policies of decades past.