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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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Rep. Chu Statement on Passage of Republican Budget
Washington, DC – Today, the House of Representatives narrowly passed the Senate-passed Republican budget for FY 2018. The budget includes reconciliation instructions for the Ryan-McConnell tax plan which will allow Republicans to pass tax legislation through the Senate with 51 votes, add $1.5 trillion to the deficit and cut vital programs. With the passage of this budget, Republicans are expected to introduce their tax plan next week, which will first be marked up by the Ways and Means Committee. Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27), a member of the Ways and Means Committee released the following statement: “A vote for this budget was a vote to raise taxes on the middle class in order to pay for tax cuts for corporations and the wealthiest few. In fact, Republicans were so eager to begin debate on a tax plan without any bipartisan input that they abandoned any pretense of fiscal responsibility and voted to add $1.5 trillion to the deficit. This entire budget is a burden passed onto our childre
California Democrats: Protect SALT Deduction in Tax Plan
Washington, DC – Today, 36 members of the California Delegation sent a letter to Rep. Kevin Brady and Sen. Orrin Hatch, the chairmen of the House Ways and Means and Senate Finance committees, respectively, expressing deep concern about any proposed changes to the state and local tax (SALT) deduction as indicated in the “Big Six” framework. The SALT deduction allows taxpayers to deduct state and local taxes from their federal taxable income, and was written into the federal tax code since the inception of the income tax in 1913. The Representatives, in the letter, state, “The average value of the SALT deduction for a California household is $18,438. The vast majority of these filers are homeowners, many of whom counted on the deductibility of state and local taxes when determining the affordability of their homes. Our constituents made these purchasing decisions with the understanding that their property taxes would be deductible. Repealing SALT could endanger their financial
GOP says lower-tax states are subsidizing California. It's the other way around, and tax overhaul could make it worse
"We will end up being an even greater donor state," said Rep. Judy Chu (D-Monterey Park). "That's not fair."
Op-Ed: A tyranny of the minority is raising your health care costs
On our young Dreamers, guns, and now health care, there are bipartisan bills ready to go that have bipartisan support. But they may never make it the floor for a vote. Why? Because two men – House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) – get to decide what bills we vote on. And they, for their part, act with the permission of their most extreme wings, a minority within their own party.



 
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