To watch Chairwoman Eshoo’s opening statement, click HERE.
“I fully support the Speaker’s announcement of a new impeachment inquiry. The circumstances surrounding the President’s phone call with a foreign leader requires it and we are obligated to go wherever the facts lead.”
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Congresswoman demands explicit identification of foreign programming in nation’s capital
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, Congresswomen Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA) and Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) led a group of Members of Congress asking the Federal Communications Commission to investigate Russian government sponsored propaganda aired on a Washington, D.C. radio station.
In The News
Rep. Eshoo recently joined with other Members of the California Democratic Congressional Delegation at a press conference to urge President Obama to act immediately to address our country's trouble housing market. At the press conference, Eshoo stated that "our national economy simply cannot come back unless the housing sector does. Kitty Felde covered her remarks for NPR:
Rep. Eshoo recently joined with other Members of the California Democratic Congressional Delegation at a press conference to urge President Obama to act immediately to address our country's trouble housing market. At the press conference, Eshoo stated that "our national economy simply cannot come back unless the housing sector does.
Yesterday, Rep. Eshoo spoke with Scott McGrew, technology reporter for NBC Bay Area, about her legislation to provide consumers with accurate information and speeds about their wireless data plans. Eshoo introduced the Next Generation Wireless Disclosure Act in June, and this week, Senators Richard Blumenthal, Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken the Senate version of the legislation.
Josh Richman, political writer for the Bay Area News Group, recently wrote about Eshoo's legislation, the Next Generation Wireless Disclosure Act, which was introduced by Senators Blumenthal, Klobuchar and Franken. Eshoo's legislation would require wireless providers to give complete, accurate information about their 4G wireless data services in their ads and sales practices.
Brooks Boliek, a staff writer for Politico, recently wrote about Rep. Eshoo's efforts to have one of the new authorized satellite branches of the Patent and Trademark Office located in Silicon Valley:
Rep. Eshoo recently met with Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) Edward DeMarco to talk about the foreclosure crisis facing our communities. Mike Lillis, staff writer for the Hill, covered the meeting and wrote about Eshoo's role:
Rep. Eshoo recently hosted a State of the Net town hall on technology and privacy issues in Palo Alto. After the town hall, Eshoo spoke with Gennady Sheyner of the Palo Alto Weekly News about her work to pass bipartisan spectrum legislation to increase wireless broadband, and provide public safety with a nationwide interoperable broadband communications network.
Rep. Eshoo recently spoke with Dana Hull, clean tech reporter for the Mercury News, about her efforts to save the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing (ATVM) loan program. She led a letter to Speaker Boehner that 108 Members of Congress signed urging him to save the program. Below is an excerpt from the article:
Rep. Eshoo recently spoke with Felicia Sonmez from the Washington Post about her efforts to save the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing (ATVM) loan program. Rep. Eshoo fought to preserve funding to this highly-successful program which was slated to be eliminated to pay for disaster relief. Reps.
Yesterday, Rep. Eshoo fought to save the Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing (ATVM) loan program, a highly successful bipartisan program which was on the chopping block to pay for disaster relief funding.