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ENG: Judy May Chu, Ph.D. (born July 7, 1953) is the U.S. Representative for California's 32nd congressional district, serving since 2009. She is a member of the Democratic Party. Chu was previously Chair of the California Board of Equalization, representing the 4th District. She had also served on the Garvey Unified School District Board of Education, the Monterey Park City Council (with terms as mayor) and the California State Assembly. Chu ran in the 32nd congressional district special election for the seat that was vacated by Hilda Solis after she was confirmed as Barack Obama's U.S. Secretary of Labor in 2009. She defeated Republican candidate Betty Tom Chu and Libertarian candidate Christopher Agrella in a runoff election on July 14, 2009. She is the first Chinese American woman ...
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Chu Responds To President Obama’s Address to Congress


Audrey Magazine‘s Fall Issue feature story, “Picking Up the Pieces,” looks at how the economic recession has affected the lives of Asian Americans. And in light of President Obama’s recent jobs speech to a joint session of Congress, U.S. Rep. Judy Chu, chair of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC), released the following statement in response. In spite of the dangerous myth that Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) have been largely untouched by this recession, our community has been devastated by long term unemployment, high rates of ...


Judy Chu Announces Candidacy in Proposed New District


Rep. Judy Chu, D-Monterey Park, announced Friday she will run for office in 2012 in the proposed 27th Congressional District, which includes Glendora. The finalized district was approved last week by the state's redistricting commission, and a vote to give it final approval will take place on August 15. The districts will not change before then and will receive a simple up or down vote, though there also have been groups talking about filing a lawsuit over the plan. Chu, of Monterey Park, resides in the district. She has been in Congress since 2009 and formerly served in the Monterey Park ...


Judy Chu's Shocking Story Touches Military Leaders


The disturbing number of suicides in the military now has a face It's Lance Cpl. Harry Lew, a high-spirited Marine who shot and killed himself in an Afghanistan fox hole after hours of beatings, repeated push-ups in full body armor and mouthfuls of sand. Three Marines allegedly punished the 21-year-old after he had been caught sleeping on duty. A House Armed Services hearing Friday on the status of suicide prevention programs in the military gave leaders from the Navy, Army, Air Force and Marine Corps a chance to answer lawmakers' questions about identifying service members at risk and other ...


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California Lawmakers Ask CBP About Claims of Visa Holders Coerced to Sign Away Rights
Washington, DC – On Friday, 14 California lawmakers sent a letter to Kevin McAleenan, Acting Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection (CBP), for clarity on CBP’s actions and claims against them in implementing President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily banning travel from seven Muslim-majority nations. The letter, led by Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27), specifically mentions reports that travelers were forced to sign Form I-407, relinquishing their legal right to enter and remain in the U.S., as well as other concerns about CBP actions at Los Angeles International Airport.   The letter is included below and can be found online here. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kevin McAleenan Acting Commissioner Customs and Border Protection 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20229 Dear Acting Commissioner McAleenan: We write because it has come to our attention that some of our constituents with visas and some with Lawf
Rep. Chu Statement on Nomination of Neil Gorsuch
Washington, DC – Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) has released the following statement on the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court: “After rewriting the rules of our democracy to please their base, Republicans took the unprecedented step of not even holding a hearing for President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee based on the convenient fiction that presidents only have constitutional authority for three years. Now, having stolen this Supreme Court seat, Republicans should use the chance to consider somebody with the same bipartisan appeal as Merrick Garland. Instead, Donald Trump nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch, a man with a record hostile to women’s rights, and a propensity to side with the interests of big corporations over workers and consumers. “Judge Gorsuch’s work in the Hobby Lobby case is of particular concern. Already, Donald Trump is trying to undermine our first amendment by eschewing equal protection and promoting Christians and Christianity above all others.
Rep. Chu Statement on Passage of Email Privacy Act
Washington, DC – Today, the House unanimously passed H.R. 387, the Email Privacy Act. This bill updates the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act to prohibit providers of electronic communications, such as email service providers, from knowingly divulging to the government the contents of emails and other electronic communications held in storage. Law enforcement and other governmental entities will be required to obtain a warrant for any individual’s emails, and to notify persons whose emails are being sought within three days of getting a warrant and obtaining those emails. Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27), an original cosponsor of the bill, released the following statement: “I am proud to have worked on the Email Privacy Act in a bipartisan fashion and to see it on its way to becoming law. This a commonsense measure to fix a current loophole in outdated laws that allowed law enforcement to access Americans’ emails without a warrant. While law enforcement should maintain the abili
Reps. Chu, Marino Reintroduce Bill with Historic Reforms to the Copyright Office
Washington, DC.— Congressmembers Judy Chu (CA-27) and Tom Marino (PA-10) reintroduced the Copyright Office for the Digital Economy Act or the CODE Act. The CODE Act makes several improvements to the copyright office that reflect a consensus across various industries and public interest groups. These improvements include: Housing the Copyright Office in the Legislative Branch Requiring ongoing technology studies to ensure the office remains current with technology to be more user friendly which includes improving upon the searchable database Establishing an advisory board representing a variety of interests and views tasked with providing the office with candid feedback on the current field of copyright to ensure neutrality and objectivity Technical provisions to ensure a more seamless transition away from the Library of Congress Congresswoman Chu said: “I am proud to once again join Rep. Marino to introduce the CODE Act. The copyright industries are responsible for millions o



 
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