Yesterday on Oʻahu, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) attended the Centennial Observance Honoring Queen Liliʻuokalani’s Life and Legacy at the Hawaiʻi State Capitol. The congresswoman joined hundreds in presenting hoʻokupu in honor of the queen, and commemorating her legacy of peace.
The Domestic Violence Loophole Closure Act will ensure anyone convicted of domestic violence in military court cannot legally purchase a firearm
Washington, DC—Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) and Rep. Scott Taylor (VA-02) introduced bipartisan legislation (H.R. 4365) today that will close the loophole exploited by the Sutherland Springs, Texas shooter and ensure that any individual convicted of domestic violence – whether it is in criminal or military court – cannot legally purchase a firearm.
Washington, DC—Ahead of the 100th Anniversary of World War I next year, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) today introduced bipartisan legislation to rehabilitate World War I memorials in Hawai‘i and across the country. H.R.
"It’s an honor and a privilege to serve the hundreds of Hawai‘i veterans that contact my office each year for assistance. However, in #Hawaii and across the country bureaucratic red tape can make it difficult for veterans to get the answers they need in a timely fashion.
"Our veterans and their families sacrificed greatly to defend and protect our country. When they return home, they have earned and deserve qualified, accountable leaders at the VA, dedicated to caring for them and their families.
Washington, DC—Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02), co-chair of the Post 9/11 Veterans Caucus, today spoke on the House floor urging her colleagues to pass H.R. 2452, the Deborah Sampson Act, to improve access and quality of care at the Department of Veterans Affairs for female veterans.
"Alfred Estoche Lim of North Kohala is one of more than 260,000 Filipino and Filipino Americans that served under the U.S. flag in World War II. He served in the U.S. Army First Filipino Infantry Regiment during the war, and despite deep-seated racial segregation in the U.S.
"When our troops put their lives on the line to protect and defend our country, the last thing they should worry about is the security of their family at home. Yet, thousands of servicemembers have been forced into signing away their job protections through arbitration, giving employers the ability to fire them while serving on active duty.