Washington, D.C. - A House panel Thursday approved legislation by Congressman Brad Sherman to name a Valley post office after UCLA basketball coach John Wooden, a long-time San Fernando Valley resident.
Washington, D.C. - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke on Tuesday issued the following written response to a question from Congressman Brad Sherman about a loophole that lets commercial firms buy industrial banks.
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman will host a town hall meeting on Sunday, March 26 at Reseda High School.
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman said Thursday that House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert falsely lumped him among supporters of the so-called Patriot Act.
œThe speaker should be ashamed of his ham-handed effort to score cheap political points, Sherman said.
Washington, D.C. - The House International Relations Committee on Wednesday passed legislation to curb development of a nuclear weapons program in Iran by tightening economic sanctions.
The measure included a provision by Congressman Brad Sherman to prohibit foreign subsidiaries of U.S. corporations from conducting business with Iran.
WASHINGTON” Congressmen Brad Sherman and 38 other members of Congress on Friday told federal bank regulators that a bank owned by Wal-Mart would undermine the nations financial system.
In a letter to Martin Gruenberg, acting chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., the congressmen said Wal-Mart's application to open a bank in Utah should be rejected.
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman on Wednesday, speaking at a House hearing on the proposed takeover of terminal operations at six United States ports by a Dubai company, demanded that the UAE prohibit œcontributions by its citizens to Hamas and other organizations listed on the U.S. State Department terrorist list.
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman on Saturday helped mark the opening of a Lake View Terrace branch of the Pacoima Development Federal Credit Union.
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman on Thursday applauded a State Department proposal to devote $75 million to support democracy and human rights activists, labor unions and broadcasters trying to affect change in Iran.
Sherman also renewed his calls for tough diplomatic and economic action aimed at the regime.