Ted Lieu

U.S. Congressman who represents California’s 33rd congressional district

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Ted Lieu is a Congressman representing California's 33rd District (Hancock Park, Santa Monica, Malibu, Agoura Hills, Calabasas, South Bay) and serves on the House Judiciary Committee and House Foreign Affairs Committee.

Lieu formerly served as State Senator for California's 28th District and former State Assemblyman for the 53rd District (Torrance, South Bay beach cities, Marina del Rey, Westchester, West Los Angeles).

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President Biden on Tuesday stated that his Build Back Better spending plan might be whittled down to a maximum of $1.9 trillion.

Democrats’ spending plan might be cut in half. What’s still in it, will progressives support it?

President Biden on Tuesday stated that his Build Back Better spending plan might be whittled down to a maximum of $1.9 trillion.

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Congressman Ted Lieu made news on Wednesday when he got Special Counsel Robert Mueller to talk about indicting President Trump.   
 During the House Judiciary Committee hearing, Lieu…

Congressman Ted Lieu on impeaching Trump after Mueller hearings

Congressman Ted Lieu made news on Wednesday when he got Special Counsel Robert Mueller to talk about indicting President Trump.  During the House Judiciary Committee hearing, Lieu…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Analysis and response to the report from Congressman Ted Lieu and Republican National Committee member Shawn Steel.

Democratic and Republican response to the report

Analysis and response to the report from Congressman Ted Lieu and Republican National Committee member Shawn Steel.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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