Yesterday, Congressman Jerrold Nadler delivered the following remarks on the House Floor as prepared on H. Res. 894:
M. Speaker, I rise today in strong support of any and all serious and meaningful efforts to combat antisemitism. The explosion of antisemitism—around the world, on college campuses, and online—is so shocking that it was the subject of nearly every Jewish household’s… Read more »
M. Speaker, I rise in strong opposition to this bill, which conditions emergency, essential aid to Israel on cuts to the domestic budget. The majority is attempting to divide Congress for purely partisan gain. It is despicable.
I stand here as a proud progressive Zionist. Support for Israel is built into my DNA. I was horrified by the events of October 7th. It was a traumatic moment for… Read more »
Washington, D.C. –Today, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) delivered the following remarks on the House floor in support of H.R. 4803, the Citizenship for Children of Military Members Act of 2019:
"I rise today to urge my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to support H.R. 4803, the… Read more »
Madam Speaker, in order to uphold the principle of the rule of law and the supremacy of the Constitution, we must reject this bill. This bill limits the courts hearing lawsuits alleging illegal wiretapping, to considering only whether the telecom companies received a ``written request or directive indicating that the activity was authorized by the President and determined to be… Read more »
Madam Speaker, today, I joined Rep. CAROLYN MALONEY and my colleagues from
in introducing a revised version of the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act.
Working closely with the AFL-CIO, the City of New York, the local community, the House Leadership, and the Committees of jurisdiction we have revised the bill to reduce the overall cost of the bill while ensuring… Read more »
Mr. Speaker, I rise in support of this resolution honoring the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary. I would like to thank Chairman Miller, Ranking Member McKeon, and the rest of my colleagues on the Education and Labor Committee for bringing this resolution to the floor.
Founded in 1958, Ailey has become widely recognized as one of the… Read more »
I thank the gentleman.
Madam Speaker, I want to commend the distinguished majority leader and the gentleman from
(Mr. Sensenbrenner) as well as the chairman of the Judiciary Committee and the chairman of the Education and Labor Committee for their leadership on this important legislation.
This bill would help to restore the Americans with Disabilities Act to its rightful… Read more »
Madam Speaker, I rise it support of this legislation which is a simple measure the House can take to help protect our troops from undue financial hardship. We constantly receive stern lectures about the importance of supporting the troops. But supporting the troops is more than just wearing a flag pin, or sticking a yellow ribbon on your car, or impugning the patriotism of your political… Read more »
Madam Speaker, Members of the House must decide today whether to uphold the rule of low and the supremacy of the Constitution or whether to protect and reward the lawless behavior of the administration and of the telecommunications companies that participated in its clearly illegal program of spying on innocent Americans.
This bill limits the courts hearing lawsuits alleging illegal… Read more »
Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
I rise in support of this bill to reauthorize Amtrak, create a State grant program for intercity passenger rail, and invest in high-speed rail corridors. I want to thank the chairman, Jim Oberstar, and Corrine Brown and Ranking Members Mica and Shuster for moving this bill, which is long overdue.
For years, Amtrak has been underfunded and threatened with… Read more »