The following article appeared in Buzzfeed News. The full article can be read here. “As a grandfather, I want to know that my granddaughters are growing up in a society that has zero tolerance for this crime,” Rep. Ted Poe said. “No means no.” Texas Rep. Ted Poe read large portions of the Stanford victim’s… Read more »
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By Grant Gross A new bill in Congress would require law enforcement agencies to get court-ordered warrants before targeting U.S. residents in searches of electronic communications collected by the National Security Agency. The End Warrantless Surveillance of Americans Act, introduced Tuesday by three members of the House of Representatives, would end the so-called surveillance back… Read more »
By Andrew Blake Social media companies as Twitter and Facebook have been purging pro-Islamic State accounts, but politicians are pushing Silicon Valley to ratchet up efforts even more in the wake of several high-profile terrorist attacks. The White House plans to meet with tech industry representatives in the coming days to develop a “clearer understanding… Read more »
By: Christopher Snyder Texas Rep. Ted Poe is filing legislation to give states the authority to deny refugee resettlement in their regions after at least 29 governors announced their opposition to allowing Syrian refugees to enter the United States. “Half the state governors now have said we are not taking Syrian refugees, so there is… Read more »
Ted Poe– 67.96% Democrat- -29.51% Libertarian– 1.53% Green Party– 0.87% THANK YOU Texas 2 for your support! It is my honor to represent you in the U.S. Congress.
Rep. Ted Poe (R-Texas) proposed legislation Tuesday that would strike down a federal rule that puts limits on the sale of baked goods, sweets and other non-healthy foods during the school day to raise money for sports, band and other activities.
Rep. Poe introduces the FIREARM Act – legislation to prohibit the federal government from requiring race or ethnicity to be disclosed in connection with the purchase of a firearm.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers is calling on the Department of Justice to go after people who buy children for sex.
It’s Tuesday morning. A citizen wakes up, writes emails and makes a phone call.