Washington – While Congress prepares to increase the defense budget for next year, U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro is intent on making sure the federal budget is fair to both “guns and butter.”
The U.S. House on Wednesday is expected to approve one of DeLauro’s most significant accomplishments in a long congressional career – a $190 [...]
GUILFORD, CT – Today, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (CT-03) introduced Ethan’s Law—safe gun storage legislation in memory of Ethan Song—in the House of Representatives. The bill honors the memory of Ethan Song—a Guilford teenager who accidentally shot himself with an unsecured gun in early 2018.
Ethan’s Law would set federal standards for safe gun storage, as well [...]
DeLauro Blasts GOP on Child Welfare at the Border
DeLauro’s subcommittee proposal would reject Trump’s proposed cuts and instead invest additional funding in many of these programs.
“We ought to take this nationwide. We are a land of abundance. We have youngsters who go to bed hungry at night, and they’re not always having a healthy and nutritious meal.”
“We all know there is room to grow. The depth of our conviction must match and exceed the size of the challenge before us.”
Rep. Rosa DeLauro used her new clout as an Appropriations subcommittee chairman to tussle with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Tuesday over a report by an education advocacy group accusing her agency of not providing effective oversight of federal charter school funding.
We should not be afraid of research. I stand here because of biomedical research.
The universal healthcare bill would expand Medicare coverage to all Americans regardless of age or income.
DeLauro held a hearing in the subcommittee on Wednesday on the “Impact of the Administration’s Policies Affecting the Affordable Care Act.”