Judy In The News
Rep. Chu publishes an OpEd calling for a balanced approach to reducing our deficit.
Military hazing is both a political and personal matter for U.S. Rep. Judy Chu. Her nephew killed himself last year, reportedly after being hazed by fellow Marines. She talks with host Michel Martin about her efforts to strengthen laws against hazing in the armed forces.
I spoke on CNN’s Starting Point to discuss the anti-Chinese ad run during the Super Bowl. Rep. Hoekstra should be ashamed of himself. If he wants to campaign on our struggling economy, he should be calling out George W. Bush for his two wars and tax cuts for the rich that were never paid for – and Wall Street for it’s irresponsible actions. Instead, he is preying on prejudice and stereotypes in a pathetic effort to benefit politically.
This excerpt from the Pasadena Star News documents Rep. Chu’s fervent opposition to the National Right to Carry Reciprocity Act.
This San Gabriel Valley Tribune article mentions Rep. Chu as one of many Members of Congress opposed to Industry consolidation plans.
This article acknowledges the accomplishments of three Diamond Bar High students who won the 2011 STEM Contest, sponsored by the Chinese Institute of Engineers. Each of the winners received a certificate of recognition from Rep. Chu.
This piece from NPR’s All Things Considered is about the National Right to Carry Reciprocity Act, which was recently passed in the House. Congresswoman Judy Chu voted against the bill because it would allow criminals convicted of selling drugs to children to carry loaded, concealed weapons.
This article discusses the injustices and brought upon Chinese Americans because of the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. Rep. Chu spearheaded the effort to pass H. Res. 282, which expresses regret for this dark time in our history.
This article highlights Rep. Chu’s fierce advocacy to protect funding for L.A.’s community health clinics.
Congresswoman Judy Chu and Other Elected Leaders to Speak Out Against Beverly Hospital’s Outlaw Actions at Rally Tomorrow
Congresswoman Judy Chu, with other elected and community leaders, will speak out in support of the nurses at Beverly Hospital, who have been subject to unlawful tactics in their fight to guarantee safe and patient care.