Washington, D.C. - President Bush on Thursday signed legislation authored by Congressman Brad Sherman that names a San Fernando Valley post office for the great UCLA basketball coach, John R. Wooden.
Washington, D.C. - Legislation proposed by Congressman Brad Sherman to name a San Fernando Valley post office for legendary UCLA basketball coach John R. Wooden passed the Senate and was sent to President Bush on Wednesday night.
The House passed Shermans bill on April 5 and sent it to the Senate.
Families across the country are worried about high gas prices, skyrocketing health care costs and rising college tuition. They are concerned about the Iraq War, which has been mismanaged, as well as the security of their cities and towns. It has never been clearer that our country needs a new direction.
The border raid by Hezbollah that sparked swift and strong Israeli military reaction in southern Lebanon was not only an act of war by Hezbollah, but an act of war by proxy by Iran. It is inconceivable that such a provocative act could have been undertaken without the knowledge and approval of people at the highest levels of Iran's government.
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman will host a town hall meeting on August 24 at Reseda High School.
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman on Wednesday said efforts by President Bush to improve enforcement of the Freedom of Information Act have fallen short and he urged Congress to strengthen the law.
Washington, D.C. - The House on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved and sent to the Senate bipartisan legislation by Congressmen Brad Sherman and John Shadegg to fund joint research by Americans and Israelis into alternative energy sources.
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman on Wednesday joined Israeli Ambassador Daniel Ayalon at a rally to show solidarity with Israel as intensified fighting with Hezbollah guerrillas entered its second week.
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman on Thursday said Israeli military strikes against Lebanon were a measured reaction to the kidnapping of two Israeli soldiers, and he blamed Hezbollah sponsors in Iran for trying to provoke war in the Middle East.
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman on Wednesday blamed Iran for a border raid conducted by Hezbollah that triggered a swift Israeli military reaction in southern Lebanon and an intense search for two kidnapped Israeli soldiers.