Defense and Security
Defending our country and protecting our freedoms is one of the most essential tasks of our federal government, and that is a task I will never take lightly.
Even with the recent death of Osama Bin Laden, America must remain diligent in its fight against terrorism.
I will work hard to continue to strengthen communication channels between our federal agencies and local first responders, as well as support the development of advance technologies that will thwart future threats of terrorist activity.
We must also honor the sacrifice and commitment of our military, and their families, by ensuring that they have the resources they need both on the battlefield and when they return home from military service.
Foreign Affairs Committee
Chabot's Foreign Affairs & National Security Legislation
H.RES.297: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the Secretary of State should withhold United States contributions to the regularly assessed biennial budget of the United Nations for purposes of the General Assembly of the United Nations if the General Assembly adopts a resolution in favor of recognizing a state of Palestine outside of or prior to a final status agreement negotiated between, and acceptable to, the State of Israel and the Palestinians.
H.RES.164: Expressing the condolences of the House of Representatives to the people of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan upon the assassination of Shahbaz Bhatti, Minister for Minorities, who courageously advocated for religious freedom and tolerance in Pakistan and calling on the United States to renew its efforts with international partners in the Human Rights Council and the United Nations General Assembly to promote religious freedom and tolerance in accordance with international human rights standards.