(Washington, DC) – U.S. Congressman Ed Case (HI-01) has been appointed as one of four Vice Chairs and on the eight-member Executive Council of the U.S. House Problem Solvers Caucus, an official caucus of the U.S. House of Representatives consisting of 63 House Members equally divided between Democrats and Republicans (one position being filled).
“I’m truly looking forward to continuing… Read more »
Thank you, Madam Speaker.
I rise today in strong support of H.R. 2662, the IG Independence and Empowerment Act, of which I am a cosponsor.
The work of our Inspectors General throughout government in providing an independent, objective and professional review and assessment of legal compliance and waste, fraud and abuse is critical to the overall functioning of government and to… Read more »
Congressman Ed Case spoke on behalf of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 in commemoration of the U.S. Postal Service's June 3, 2021 launch of the Go For Broke: Japanese Americans Soldiers of World War II, which honors the perseverance and patriotism of Japanese Americans fighting to defend our nation during World War II. You can view the… Read more »
Thank you so much, Chair Kilmer, Vice Chair Timmons and Members of the Select Committee. I really appreciate the opportunity you’ve provided to weigh in on modernizing our Congress.
I listened to the last three fellow testifiers and it was gratifying that they all said something that I completely agree with. Ms. Lee, that’s way overdue; Ms. Jacobs, intern pay and accessibility, that’s… Read more »
Reforms include fighting voter suppression, simplifying voting, promoting election security, curbing special interest and dark money in politics, incentivizing smaller and broader donations, increasing transparency and fortifying ethics laws. Read more »
As the proud Representative of the district with the highest percentage of Asian Americans in the country, I rise today in strong support of H.Res.908 to condemn any and all forms of anti-Asian discrimination during and beyond this COVID-19 pandemic.
Our country confronts not only the novel coronavirus but also a virus of racism and hate. We cannot allow the one to… Read more »
Madam Speaker, I rise today to voice my strong support for H.R. 4990, the Election Technology Research Act, of which I am a proud cosponsor.
My return to Congress in 2019 was prompted in part by my membership in Issue One’s ReFormers Caucus, a nonpartisan group of more than 200 former Members of Congress, governors, ambassadors and cabinet members. This committed Caucus, whose slogan… Read more »
(Washington, DC) – Congressman Ed Case (HI-01) today called on the Trump Administration to immediately reverse course and commit fully to strengthening the United States Postal Service as a critical core government service to weather the COVID-19 crisis and assure a full, fair and free election.
“The Administration’s various actions to date, though explained as necessary to… Read more »