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Sherman and +90 House Dems Call on Senate to End the Filibuster 

Congressman Brad Sherman joined Representatives Cori Bush, Sean Casten, Jason Crow, Pramila Jayapal and many other House Democrats to call on the Senate to end the filibuster. See their letter here.


Sherman and House India Caucus Leadership Urge President Biden to Bolster Covid Assistance to India 

Congressman Brad Sherman, the Democratic Co-Chair of the House India and India Americans, joined India Caucus leadership, Republican Co-Chair Steve Chabot (R-OH), Democratic Vice Chair Ro Khanna (D-CA), and Republican Vice Chair Michael Waltz (R-FL) in sending a letter to President Biden to urge the administration to bolster the United States’ efforts to assist India as they battle an alarming second wave of COVID-19. Read the letter and learn more here.


Sherman Applauds Biden's Historic Action to Recognize the Armenian Genocide 

On the 106th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, President Joe Biden became the first U.S. President to recognize the Armenian Genocide.

"I commend President Biden's historic announcement today," said Congressman Sherman as he applauded the President's decision. "The President's courageous move has put the U.S. on the side of historic truth in a most powerful way." See Sherman's full statement here.

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Sherman on Earth Day: "Everyday is Earth Day" 

"As we celebrate Earth Day we must continue to fight climate change for future generations," said Congressman Sherman. "If we don't act on the climate crisis now in a meaningful way, our children will inherit an economy and a world beyond their capacity to repair."

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House Passes "No Ban" Act 

Congressman Brad Sherman praised the House passing the National Origin-Based Antidiscrimination for Nonimmigrants "NO BAN" Act.

"After 4 years of bias and bigotry dictating policy, Congress must pass the No Ban Act to prevent the rampant xenophobia that led to the Muslim Ban from ever becoming law again," said Congressman Sherman. "The House is bringing the No Ban Act one step closer to the President's desk."

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President Biden Russia Sanctions parallel Sherman’s Proposal from 2019

Congressman Brad Sherman (D-CA) applauded the decision by President Biden today to impose new sanctions against Russia, policy which closely parallels legislation advanced by Congressman Sherman and Chairwoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) starting in 2019.

This action by the President makes clear that the United States will act firmly and forcefully to hold Russia accountable for its aggression against the United States and other nations. Learn more here.


Congressman Sherman Introduces War Powers Act Enforcement Act

Congressman Brad Sherman introduced the War Powers Act Enforcement Act that will allow Congress to use its authority to prevent any President from violating the War Powers Act. Learn more about this important legislation here.


Sherman joins Rep. Jayapal and Colleagues to Reintroduce Medicare For All

I'm proud to have joined Rep. Jayapal and my colleagues to reintroduce Medicare For All — bold legislation that will help ensure that millions of uninsured and underinsured Americans receive access to quality, affordable healthcare" said Congressman Sherman.

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Sherman Questions Secretary of State Antony Blinken

Secretary of State Antony Blinken made his first appearance as Secretary before the House Foreign Affairs Committee to report on the Biden administration's priorities for U.S. foreign policy.

Congressman Brad Sherman, senior member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, raised many issues with the Secretary such as Iran, the release of Armenian POWs and enforced disappearances in Pakistan. See the exchange here.

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"Today We Wear Orange" Sherman Heralds Passage of Gun Control Bills H.R. 8 & H.R.1446

Congressman Sherman praised the passage of two vital pieces of legislation, The Bipartisan Background Checks Act (H.R. 8) & Enhanced Background Checks Act (H.R. 1446) in the House.

"Today we 'Wear Orange' to honor all those lost and forever changed by gun violence," said Congressman Sherman. "And today we take action in their memory by voting to pass H.R. 8, expanding background checks, and H.R. 1446, addressing the dangerous 'Charleston Loophole'."

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House Passes the American Rescue Plan, Sends to President Biden to Sign

The House has approved the final version of President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill, the "American Rescue Plan".

"Rescuing our nation from the depths of this COVID19 crisis is not a red state or a blue state priority — It’s an American priority," said Congressman Sherman upon the bill's final passage. "That’s why I was proud to support the American Rescue Plan, so all Americans get the relief they need."


House Passes Pro Act -- Adopts Labor Provisions Championed by Sherman & Elizabeth Warren

The House passed the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, which protects workers’ right to organize a union and bargain for higher wages and better benefits.

This provision is similar to the Nationwide Right to Unionize Act, a bill which Congressman Brad Sherman (D-CA) and Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) introduced together last year. Sherman said, “We hope this bill passes the Senate, and is signed into law.” Learn more here.


Sherman and House Colleagues Pass H.R. 1 The For the People Act

Congressman Sherman and his House Democratic colleagues voted to pass the most transformational and comprehensive democracy reform legislation in more than four decades in H.R. 1, the For the People Act.

"The 2020 election underscored the need for structural democracy reform," said Congressman Sherman. "That’s why I’m proud to have cosponsored & voted for HR1, the For The People Act – the most comprehensive anti-corruption & clean elections effort in a generation. We need to make voting easier, not harder."


The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021 Passes House

In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, Sherman joined his colleagues to help introduce the Justice In Policing Act in order to hold police accountable.

"I'm proud to have voted for and see the House pass the George Floyd Justice In Policing Act of 2021," said Congressman Sherman. "A bold, comprehensive approach to hold police accountable, change the culture of law enforcement, and foster trust between law enforcement and our communities."


Sherman and Fitzpatrick Introduce Bill to Allow Increased Credit Union Lending to Struggling Small Businesses

Congressman Brad Sherman and Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) introduced the Access to Credit for Small Businesses Impacted by the COVID–19 Crisis Act of 2021.

This legislation is designed to help ensure that community credit unions have the flexibility necessary to be able to provide their member businesses with the access to credit they need during the pandemic and throughout the economic recovery. Learn more here.


Congressman Sherman Heralds Passage of the "Equality Act" 

Congressman Brad Sherman heralded the Equality Act's passage in the House. "Equality is about fairness," said Congressman Sherman. "The LGBTQ community deserves access to the same rights and protections as every other American. I’m proud to have cosponsored and to help pass the Equality Act."


Chairman Sherman's Financial Services Subcommittee convenes hearing on Climate Change and Social Responsibility

Congressman Brad Sherman, Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Investor Protection, convened a hearing on climate change and social responsibility and helping corp. boards and investors make decisions for a sustainable world.

You can watch the hearing here.


Sherman Virtually Meets with Armenian Ambassador Varuzhan Nersesyan

Congressman Brad Sherman met with Armenian Ambassador Varuzhan Nersesyan to discuss how Congress can work to strengthen the U.S.-Armenia relationship and the ongoing issues in Artsakh.

Read more here.


House Financial Services Convenes Hearing on GameStop Trading Frenzy

The GameStop saga took center stage when the House Financial Services Committee held a Congressional hearing to examine what happened during last month’s trading frenzy after the event set off a series of federal probes into possible market manipulation.

See Congressman Brad Sherman, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Investor Protection, question the CEO's, including his exchange with Citadel CEO Kenneth Griffin here.


Sherman Updates Helicopter Safety Bill to Include Kobe and Gianna Bryant Relevant Provisions

The National Transportation Safety Board issued its report on the tragic helicopter crash that took the life of Kobe and Gianna Bryant and seven others.

That report made two new recommendations. Congressman Sherman announced that he would amend the Kobe and Gianna Bryant Helicopter Safety Act to mandate that these two new recommendations arising from the investigation, as well as other helicopter safety measures that NTSB has recommended in the past. Learn more here.


Congressman Sherman Urges Biden Administration to strengthen the US-Armenia relationship

"Pleased to co-sign an important letter to Sec. Blinken and the Sec. of Defense, led by the Co-Chairs and Vice-Chairs of the Armenian Caucus, urging them to take significant steps to strengthen the US-Armenia strategic relationship and provide urgently needed aid to the people of Artsakh," said Congressman Sherman.

"Much needs to be done to address the damage and human rights abuses committed by Azerbaijan and Turkey."


Sherman Demands full review of the acquittal in the case of Daniel Pearl

Congressman Brad Sherman urged the Ambassador of Pakistan to ensure that the government of Pakistan conducts a full review of the acquittal in the case of his constituent, Daniel Pearl. "We expect the Pakistani government to expeditiously move to recall the order of acquittal to ensure justice is served," said Congressman Sherman. View Sherman's letter to the Ambassador here


Congressman Sherman commemorates start of Black History Month

"As we mark the start of Black History Month, may we honor the powerful impact of generations of trailblazing African Americans, and draw inspiration to continue the work towards achieving equality and justice for all." - Congressman Brad Sherman


Congressman Sherman's Statement on Announcement of Financial Services Hearing following recent market volatility

"As Chair of the Subcommittee on Investor Protection, Entrepreneurship, and Capital Markets, I look forward to working closely with Rep. Maxine Waters to ensure Congress and regulators are taking the steps necessary to make our markets more fair and efficient for everyday Americans." ~ Congressman Brad Sherman


Congressman Sherman commemorates Holocaust Remembrance Day

"On Holocaust Remembrance Day, the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, we remember the victims, honor their memory and continue to share the stories of the survivors," said Congressman Brad Sherman. "We must continue to counter Anti-Semitism and Xenophobia wherever it takes hold. Never Again."


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