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U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla., the chairman of the U.S. House Asia and Pacific Subcommittee, scored a win on Tuesday night as the House passed his proposal reforming how the federal government manages international development finances.
A key House Republican is planning legislation imposing new sanctions on major Chinese banks and other entities that help North Korea circumvent international sanctions.
The House and the Senate have passed their versions of the farm bill. Now it is time for appointed legislators to hammer out the details for the final version of the bill. Ted Yoho, U.S. Congressman and member of the House Committee on Agriculture, believes that including funding for citrus greening is vital for the Florida citrus industry.
Dear Mr. President:
To continue the fight for justice, we write today to ask that you hold former Cuban President Raúl Castro accountable for the murder of three American citizens, Armando Alejandre Jr., Mario de la Peña, and Carlos Costa, as well as Pablo Morales, a legal permanent resident. ...
In the United States today, there is a continuing need to explain to the American public what most of their elected representatives understand very well: It is critical to maintain non-military relations with 95 percent of the world’s population who pledge allegiance to other flags and often other values.
For years, security experts have warned of an impending cyber Pearl Harbor: an attack so big and bold that it cripples U.S. infrastructure and demands a military response.
Sign ups for the Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Program (WHIP) is set to begin on July 16th. There may be some speculation as to how these payments will flow down to the growers. However according to U.S. Congressman of Florida’s 3rd District, Ted Yoho, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and his staff at the U.S.
A cyberspace ambassador. An exchange program between government and private security experts. A cyber blue-ribbon commission based on nuclear age strategy.
These are among the scattershot of proposals that Congress has considered this week as lawmakers attempt to articulate a national cybersecurity strategy in the face of continued digital hostility from Russia and China.
WASHINGTON — As Washington pauses its "maximum pressure" campaign while negotiating for the denuclearization of North Korea, it is essential to push the international community to continue pre-summit sanctions on Pyongyang, said a U.S. congressman.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation aimed at protection of industrial control systems from cyber attacks. The bill presented by Don Bacon (U.S. Representative for Nebraska) was passed in a voice vote Monday, June 25, 2018.