Washington, DC—Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02), a founding member of the Congressional Fourth Amendment Caucus, joined a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers in introducing the USA RIGHTS amendment to protect the privacy of Americans’ communications.
Washington, DC—Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) today joined a coalition of lawmakers in reintroducing the Compact Impact Relief Act to increase federal funding and resources for Hawai‘i and Pacific U.S. territories that provide health care, education, social, public safety, and other services to migrants of Freely Associated States (FAS) living in the United States.
"Congratulations to Tua Tagovailoa, a St. Louis alum from Ewa Beach, for the big national championship win last night! Tua, you represent Hawaii with aloha and pride, and we are so proud of you! #rolltide"-TG
Washington, DC—On January 5, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Co-Chair of the bipartisan Congressional Caucus on India and Indian Americans, and Rep.
"The FCC’s corporate-backed repeal of net neutrality – despite the millions of Americans who voiced comments, made calls, protested, and fought hard to ensure the Internet remains open, fair, and equal for everyone – proves the pervasive and corruptive power of special interests in our government.
"Oil and gas drilling puts our people directly in harm’s way – especially those in low-lying, coastal communities -- what to speak of the negative impact on our oceans. Opening up more areas for offshore oil and natural gas drilling, including off the Pacific and Atlantic coasts, threatens our precious oceans and our planet.
"31% of families in #Hawaii don’t earn enough money to cover basic needs including housing, food, transportation, child care, and taxes without government or outside help.
Washington, DC—Following an announcement from Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinding the Obama-era, non-interference policy and targeting states that have legalized medical or recreational marijuana use, Rep.
"#Hawaii is home to 166 farms with 3,505 acres in organic production that grow fruits, vegetables, coffee, herbs, spices, and so much more. Organic farming continues to be a steadily growing source of employment and income for the people of Hawai‘i and others across the nation.