Another big win for Team Gleason! Steve, a Spokane native, is a trailblazer with a vision to shatter the barriers imposed by ALS and other neurodegenerative diseases. The Steve Gleason Institute for Neuroscience at WSU Spokane is another tremendous step in this fight.
I’m deeply troubled by recent reports about how carriers sell location data without your knowledge or consent. I'm working with my colleagues to provide transparency and ensure your data remains private and secure.
Excited to lead on the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce. As technology, data, privacy, cybersecurity, and other issues continue to dominate the future of our economy, I’m ready to drive the policy discussions about these complex and important topics and find solutions to lead us into the future.
Thank you to these students from Whitworth University for stopping by my Washington, D.C. office today. We were able to talk about what it’s like to serve in Congress, my approach as a representative, and the role faith plays in our lives.
For bills to reach the president’s desk in a divided government, both parties must work together to responsibly govern. Democrats signaled today they would rather waste time on bills the Senate won’t consider and the president won’t sign.
This shutdown was avoidable. The House passed a bill to fund the government that the President would sign and that prioritized securing our border. Democrats should now negotiate in earnest to find a solution to secure our border and fund our government, a priority of the American people and a responsibility of Congress.
Steve, a Spokane native, is a hero to me and to so many of us in Eastern Washington. This legislation, which is on its way to becoming law, will recognize Steve’s advocacy and determination with one of our nation’s highest honors, the Congressional Gold Medal.
For families caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's, we need to be BOLD. Almost everyone knows someone with or caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s. They need our support, more research for early detection and diagnosis, and better resources for care. That’s why the BOLD Alzheimer’s Act is on it’s way to The White House to become law.
My oldest, Cole, is 11 years old. Like many boys his age, he plays basketball and other sports. He finds joy in learning, recently started playing guitar, and is great at math. He’s also a wonderful big brother to his two sisters, Grace and Brynn. Cole was born with Down syndrome, and like everyone else, he has dreams and aspirations. He wants to
Over the weekend, my staff participated in Wreaths Across America at the Washington State Veterans Cemetery in Medical Lake. It’s important, especially during the holiday season, that we remember those who have given the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our freedoms.
In 2015, I joined the late Colville Tribe Chairman Jim Boyd and authored an op-ed in the Seattle Times advocating for tribe’s to have more tools to manage their reservation lands and help reduce the risk of wildfire. This week, we moved forward on legislation to make that possible.
Over the past 80 years, we’ve seen steady increases in salmon recovery rates on the Columbia and Snake Rivers, largely due to increased technology and innovation at our dams. This bill is another important step in protecting our endangered salmon. By mitigating sea lion predation we can increase fish recovery without costing Washingtonians hundreds
Our farmers are the greatest anti-poverty program and have done more to provide food security to the world than any government program. That’s why it was so important to get this Farm Bill passed to provide them with certainty.