WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representative Adam Smith (D-Wash.), Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, and 30 Democratic members of the Committee today issued the following joint statement after Secretary of Defense Mark Esper refused to appear before the committee and explain the recent use of the military in response to peaceful p
WASHINGTON, D.C. On Thursday Congresswoman Elaine Luria participated in a House Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower and Projection Forces hearing to hear perspectives from outside the Navy about future force structure requirements and ship capacity and employment.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – In response to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recent announcement that it will legally begin the process to replace three German prisoner of war headstones in national cemeteries in Texas and Utah which are adorned with offensive symbols from the Nazi Regime, Congresswoman Luria and House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Chairman Takano released the
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – Today, Congresswoman Luria released the following statement regarding the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the recent protests across the country.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – Congresswoman Luria sent a letter to IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig urging him to continue processing annual tax refunds in addition to the COVID-19 related checks.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – As we enter Pride Month, Congresswoman Luria reflects on the progress our country has made in fighting for the LGBTQ+ community, while also recognizing how much more we can do for our LGBTQ+ brothers and sisters:
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – Congresswoman Luria joined a coalition of nearly 90 House colleagues in advocating for the creation of a designated fund, administered through the E-Rate program, to equip students with online access for the duration of the COVID-19 emergency and help close the homework gap during this public health crisis.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – Congresswoman Luria joined a bipartisan group to call on Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Thomas McCaffery to allow mental telehealth services to be covered under TRICARE during the COVID-19 pandemic.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – Today, on the one-year anniversary of the May 31, 2019, Virginia Beach shooting, Congresswoman Luria reflects on the lasting effects of the 12 lives lost in this tragedy and the resilience of the Virginia Beach community.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – As the one-year anniversary of the May 31st Virginia Beach shooting approaches, Congresswoman Luria reflects on community support provided in the aftermath of the Virginia Beach tragedy.