"From the coral reefs that keep our coastline and marine life safe, to the incredible energy derived from our waves, our oceans are vital to our communities, our economy, and our way of life and must be protected. Each of us can make positive changes in our own lives to ensure our oceans can be enjoyed by future generations."-TG
"Take a moment to think about your lifestyle and what positive changes you can make to protect the air we breathe, food we eat, water we drink, and the land and oceans all around us. Standing together, we can alter the destructive path we are on, and save our oceans, our planet, and our future."-TG
"I recently returned from visiting #Flint, where I heard tragic and heartbreaking stories from people who were poisoned by their water, thinking it was safe.
"Today marks 2 years since we bid farewell to a dear friend. My heart is with the Takai ‘ohana - his parents Naomi and Erik, his wife Sami, and children Matthew, and Kaila - as we remember my friend, colleague, and fellow soldier, Mark Takai. Always ready with a smile and a deep belly laugh, Mark’s heart of aloha guided him throughout his life of service.
Washington, DC—Reps. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) and Walter Jones (NC-03) hosted a press conference today to introduce a bipartisan resolution reclaiming Congress’s constitutional right to declare war. H.Res.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved more than $4.7 million for the U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) Volcano Hazards Program to be included in an appropriations package tonight.
Media Advisory for July 18—Reps. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) and Walter Jones (NC-03), along with retired U.S. Marine Captain Matthew Hoh, constitutional lawyer Bruce Fein, and Veterans for Peace, will hold a press conference on Wednesday announcing their introduction of a bipartisan resolution to reclaim Congress’s constitutional right to declare war.
"Just finished #BurnPits caucus meeting where we’re building momentum and support to help service members and veterans exposed to toxic burn pits, which cause severe and even deadly health effects. But burn pits are still being used by the DOD today - Congress needs to act.