Press Releases

December 2019
Schumer, Wyden, Brown In New Letter Urge President Trump To Stay Strong Against China In Trade Negotiations
Leader Schumer Calls On GAO To Investigate U.S. Reliance On Chinese Pharmaceutical Imports, Says Dependence Poses National Security Risk
Schumer, Cotton Announce Inclusion Of Fentanyl Sanctions Act In Must-Pass Defense Bill; First-Of-Its-Kind Legislation Will Hold China Accountable For Commitment To Crack Down On Deadly, Illicit Trafficking
Schumer Statement On Federal Judge’s Nationwide Injunction Blocking President Trump From Raiding Military Funding To Pay For Border Wall
Schumer Statement On DOJ Inspector General’s Report Finding No Political Bias In FBI’s Russia Investigation
Schumer Statement On Senate Republicans’ Latest Promotion Of A Putin-Backed Conspiracy Theory That Falsely Blames Ukraine For 2016 Election Meddling
Senator Baldwin Delivers Weekly Democratic Address
Schumer Statement On House Passage Of The Voting Rights Advancement Act
Schumer Floor Remarks On The FBI Labeling Russia Developed Apps Such As FaceApp Potential Counterintelligence Threat, Urging Sen. McConnell To Take Action To Secure Elections, Calling On Senate GOP To Reject Russian-Promoted Narrative That Falsely Blames Ukraine For 2016 Election Meddling, And Laying Out Democratic Priorities In The Appropriations Process
Schumer, Pelosi Announce Bicameral Amicus Brief In June Medical Services LLC v. Gee
In Response To Schumer Request For National Security & Privacy Review Of FaceApp, FBI Says Any App Or Similar Product Developed In Russia – Including FaceApp – Are A Potential Counterintelligence Threat
November 2019
Schumer Statement On the Departure of Navy Secretary Spencer
Schumer Statement On President Trump’s Refusal To Commit To Signing The Hong Kong Human Rights And Democracy Act
Leader Schumer, Sen. Cotton Lead Bipartisan Letter To President Trump Requesting He Take Immediate Action To Suspend Approval Of Licenses That Allow Some U.S. Companies To Do Business With Huawei
Schumer Applauds House Passage Of Hong Kong Human Rights And Democracy Act; Calls On President Trump To Quickly Sign Legislation Into Law
Schumer Statement On New Defense Intelligence Agency Assessment That Says President Trump’s Precipitous Withdrawal From Syria Has Strengthened ISIS
Senators Schumer, Hassan, Peters Raise Concerns Over Funding Shortfall To State, Local Cybersecurity Support
Top Democrats On Key Senate Committees Unveil Principles For Comprehensive Federal Privacy Legislation
Schumer Statement On Department Of Commerce Granting Huawei Another License Extension
Ahead Of Public Testimony Of Lt. Col. Vindman, Schumer Calls On Pentagon To Protect Military Whistleblowers From Reprisals, And Notify Personnel Of Legal Rights To Make Disclosures To Congress
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