Tag Archive for Lou Correa

Rep. Correa joins colleagues to send Veterans Affairs Accountability Act to President

Congressman Correa joined his House Veterans Affairs Committee colleagues for the signing of the “Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability Act of 2017” by Speaker Ryan, before sending the bill to the President’s desk to become law. Congressman Correa said: “This bipartisan bill represents real progress for our veterans, and is proof when we work together…

CalVet Throws Some Water on the “Fast Track” for Strawberry Fields Site; and Bill Cook Takes Offense

For those disappointed in the decision by the Irvine City Council to swap Veteran’s Cemetery sites, two pieces of news.  The state legislature amended previous legislation authorizing the new site in record time.  And CalVet throws some water on those thinking development of the new site will begin almost immediately. First: Two budget trailer bills…

Rep. Correa Introduces cybersecurity bill to protect NATO allies from Russian aggression

  Washington, D.C. – Rep. Correa introduced the “Enhanced Partner Cyber Capabilities Act” which will drastically increase America and its NATO allies’ security from cyber-attacks by directing the President to specifically develop offensive cyber capability strategies and information and method sharing with our NATO allies. The bill will: 1.    Call on DoD to update its…

Congressman Lou Correa endorses Joe Kerr for OC Supervisor

  Brea, CA – Congressman Lou Correa announced his endorsement of Joe Kerr’s campaign for Supervisor today. Correa, who currently represents California’s 46th Congressional District, is the last Democrat to serve on the Orange County Board of Supervisors. In announcing his support, Correa released the following statement: “During my time in the State Senate, Joe…

Rep. Correa Votes No on Budget

Wednesday, Rep. Lou Correa (CD-46) voted against H.R. 244 (the budget) because of how it funded DHS and immigration enforcement. The final tally was 309 to 118, with15 Democrats voting against the bill and 103 Republicans voting against it as well.  But the bill still passed the House. “I applaud my colleagues for reaching a bi-partisan…