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The U.S. Representative for California's 40th congressional district, and previously the 39th, serving in Congress since 1993.
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ENG: Edward Randall "Ed" Royce (born October 12, 1951) is the U.S. Representative for California's 40th congressional district, and previously the 39th, serving in Congress since 1993. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district lies in northern Orange County, including portions of Stanton, Cypress, Buena Park, Fullerton, Anaheim, Placentia, and Orange. Early life, education and career Born in Los Angeles, California, and graduating from Katella High School in Anaheim, Royce went on to earn his B.A. in Accounting and Finance in 1977 from the California State University, Fullerton. He was a business owner and corporate tax manager for a Portland cement company before becoming a California State Senator in 1983, serving in that post until his election to the U.S. House of ...
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U.S., India relationship on right course: Ed Royce


The relationship between India and the United States is on the right course, a top lawmaker has said, noting that ever since the two countries inked the civilian nuclear deal, their ties are irreversible."This relationship is now irreversible, regardless of the political party in India and the United States. But I do think that we can do a lot of things to improve that relationship," said Congressman Ed Royce, Co-chair of the powerful India Caucus in the House of Representatives. Royce was addressing a Congressional luncheon hosted by National Federation of Indian American Associations (NFIA) ...


Ed Royce for Congress in new 39th District


Ed Royce for Congress is reporting that Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley today endorsed Rep. Royce in the newly drawn 39th congressional district. The district includes Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties. Cooley is the very popular elected District Attorney in the most populous county in the United States. Ed Royce is the only candidate Cooley is supporting in the 39th district. In making his endorsement, Cooley noted Royce's "proven track record" in Congress. "I have had the privilege of working closely with District Attorney Cooley over the years on issues ...


Rep. Ed Royce Joins NumbersUSA's 5-for-5 Club!


Rep. Ed Royce has joined NumbersUSA's 5-for-5 Club after cosponsoring the SAFE for America Act, which would end the Visa Lottery. Rep. Royce has now cosponsored at least one bill in each of our 5 Great Immigration-Reduction categories and joins 10 other Members of Congress to cosponsor a bill in each of the categories. Rep. Royce represents California's 40th Congressional District and is serving his 10th term in Congress. He has earned a career A grade. In addition to cosponsoring the SAFE for America Act during the 112th Congress, Rep. Royce has cosponsored: H.R.878 - a bill that would ...


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Royce Highlights Benefits of Covered Agreement
U.S. Representative Ed Royce (R-Calif.), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and a senior member of the House Financial Services Committee, highlighted the benefits of enacting a U.S.-EU covered agreement during a Housing and Insurance Subcommittee hearing entitled “Assessing the U.S.-EU Covered Agreement.” “In my committees, there is a practical limitation, I usually only have three or four witnesses. But in this particular case, if we’re going to have a full conversation about this agreement, we do need to think about all the negotiating parties and all the parties affected that are not at the table: The USTR, the life insurers, the reinsurers, and the major brokers. The practical limitations do not allow us really to make the hearing that broad, but I would make that point. If I could summarize where I think we are today in terms of these tracks. On the one hand, the states are going down a path where reinsurance collateral requirements are already bei
Royce Statement on Joint Session of Congress
U.S. Representative Ed Royce (R-Fullerton), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, released the following statement ahead of this evening’s joint session of Congress: “Tonight’s joint session of Congress marks an important moment for our country. All of us must come together to meet the challenges facing America head on. After eight years of failed foreign policies, we face more threats than ever before. At the same time, I hear every day from Southern Californians who are still trying to get ahead. Many are parents who are struggling with skyrocketing health care costs. Others are workers hurt by a tax code that hampers job creation. There is much to do in the weeks and months ahead. I will continue to listen to your priorities and concerns, and work relentlessly to get results.”
Royce Questions Chair Yellen on Financial System Safety and Soundness
Today, U.S. Representative Ed Royce (R-CA) questioned Chair of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors Janet Yellen on bolstering the safety and soundness of the U.S. financial system through the CHOICE Act and housing finance reform during a House Financial Services Committee hearing entitled "Monetary Policy and the State of the Economy." “We know on the one hand, that overleveraged institutions are vulnerable to market shocks. We remember the consequences. If you look back at the overleveraging of the investment banks, the large ones, 40-to-1, and if you look at the GSEs that were leveraged at that time over 100-to-1. That was in the lead up to the financial crisis. So we can see that capital standards must play a role in building resilience in the U.S. financial system. On the other hand, raising capital also has a cost to the economy and a cost in terms of what it does to the potential for growth. So what we have here is a classic cost-benefit test. There is a benefi
Rep. Royce Leads Bipartisan Effort to Keep Russia Sanctions In Place
Democrats and some Republicans want to stop Trump from lifting Russia sanctions Democrats and a handful of Republicans are rallying around a bill designed to prevent President Donald Trump from lifting sanctions on Russia without congressional approval. The measure, introduced by Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Maryland, and cosponsored by top Democrats and at least three Republicans, would give Congress 120 days to block lifting any sanctions on Russia imposed in response to actions in Ukraine and Russia's efforts to interference in the 2016 election. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-California, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said questions about the Trump campaign’s alleged communications with Russian officials ahead of the election makes the proposed legislation “all the more important.” “If there were condoned discussions that Flynn had or he was acting as free agent, this president shouldn't have ability to eliminate Russian sanctions,” he said at the De



 
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