Mobile Menu - OpenMobile Menu - Closed

Media

August 3, 2018 Press Release

Washington D.C. – Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Trump Administration announced plans to roll back federal clean car standards and revoke California’s ability set its own emissions standards, an authority codified by the Clean Air Act. Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) released the following statement:

July 26, 2018 Press Release

Washington D.C. – Today, Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) and 12 Democratic members of the Ways and Means Committee sent a letter to Acting Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Commissioner David Kautter urging the IRS to give individuals and small businesses the same leniency, grace periods, and penalty waivers given to multinational corporations as the recently passed tax law is implemented.

July 24, 2018 Press Release

Washington D.C. – On Saturday, Reps. Judy Chu (CA-27), Grace Napolitano (CA-32), Mark Takano (CA-41), and Raul Ruiz (CA-36) visited the David and Margaret Youth and Family Services Facility, an Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR)-funded facility in Los Angeles County, which houses immigrant children who have been separated from their parents. Rep.

Issues:
July 20, 2018 Press Release

Washington D.C. – On Thursday, Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) helped to launch the Medicare for All Congressional Caucus as a founding member. Rep. Chu has cosponsored H.R. 676, the Expanded & Improved Medicare for All Act, in each Congress she has served. As an advocate for creating a universal health care system, Rep. Chu released the following statement:

Issues:
July 19, 2018 Press Release

Washington D.C. – On Wednesday, the House of Representatives voted on H. Res 990, a non-binding and politically-driven resolution concerning U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27), did not vote in favor and issued the following statement:

Issues:
July 10, 2018 Press Release

Washington, DC — On Monday, Reps. Judy Chu (CA-27), Lucille Roybal-Allard (CA-40), and Grace Napolitano (CA-32) visited an Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR)-funded facility in Rep. Roybal-Allard’s congressional district.

Issues:
July 10, 2018 Press Release

Washington, DC — Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) released the following statement on President Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court:

June 26, 2018 Press Release

Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Judy Chu (D-CA), alongside Congressional Pro-Choice Caucus Co-Chairs Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA) and Congresswoman Diana DeGette (D-CO), and House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jerry Nadler (D-NY) released the following statement after the Supreme Court Decision on National Institute of Family and Life Advocates vs.

June 25, 2018 Press Release

Washington, DC — Today marks the fifth anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Shelby County v. Holder decision, which gutted key provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) released the following statement:

June 19, 2018 Press Release

Washington, DC — Today, the House of Representatives voted unanimously in favor of H.R. 6110, the MOST Act, which was introduced by Reps. Judy Chu (CA-27) and Jackie Walorski (IN-02).

Issues:

Pages

In The News

March 27, 2015 In The News
“The federal government awards billions of dollars in contracts and subcontracts to small businesses every year,” Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.), who initially proposed some of the subcontracting rule changes, said in a statement after the markup. “But without appropriate means of tracking awards, there is no accountability to ensure that we are succeeding at reaching our goal.”
March 11, 2015 In The News
"It's clear that there is religious profiling going on whereby certain people are stopped just because they are Sikh or just because they are Muslim," Chu told The Associated Press in an interview.
March 11, 2015 In The News
It has been clear from the very beginning, and the hearings where Congress debated the bill, the ACA was always intended to be a national law. It doesn't matter if the exchange was established by your state or by the federal government. What matters is that you are covered.
Issues:
February 20, 2015 In The News
“This is especially troubling for the Asian community where we have already low participation rates,” said Rep. Judy Chu (D-Monterey Park). She said many Asian immigrants distrust deferred action because they are wary of sharing personal information with the government and have doubts about whether the program will last.
Issues:
February 1, 2015 In The News
Rep. Judy Chu (D-Monterey Park), who has unsuccessfully sought to raise the cap and to expand U visas to include victims of labor exploitation, said her Republican colleagues did a disservice to "immigrants who bravely speak out."
Issues:
January 26, 2015 In The News
Where you're from can determine a lot about you, like if you speak with an accent or say "pop" instead of "soda." But location should not dictate your rights. Our basic freedoms do not know state or city borders, and do not change as you move around the country. That is, unless you are a woman.
Issues:
January 15, 2015 In The News
Speaking before the House vote, and calling the amendments "toxic" and "cruel," Congresswoman Judy Chu accused Republicans of playing games. "Republicans know this will not become law, so today's debate only serves to placate an extreme wing of their party while making millions of hardworking and aspiring Americans afraid and unsettled," said Chu.
Issues:
January 15, 2015 In The News
“This bill will finally put us on the offensive,” Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.) said in a conference call Wednesday announcing the bill.
Issues:
January 6, 2015 In The News
An article about the 114th United States Congress.
November 20, 2014 In The News
Getting a major new immigration initiative up and running in less than two months is a challenge. But much of the policy will be built on an existing program. Chu confirmed reports that the president would be expanding DACA to adults with the overarching goal making sure “that it is felons deported, not families.” Altogether, an estimated 4 million to 5 million people could be affected, Chu said.
Issues:

Pages