Congressional Pacific Islands Caucus Announces Addition of Congresswoman Aumua Amata Radewagen as a Co-Chair
WASHINGTON — Today, the bipartisan Congressional Pacific Islands Caucus announced the addition of Congresswoman Aumua Amata Radewagen as a Co-Chair of the Caucus to take over for the late Congressman Don Young (AK).
Statement on Appointment of Special Presidential Envoy to Lead Compact Renewal Negotiations with the Freely Associated States
Pacific Islands Caucus Statement on Solomon Islands Threshold Agreement with the U.S. Millennium Challenge Corporation
WASHINGTON—Today, Representatives Ed Case (HI-01), Don Young (AK-At Large), Ami Bera (CA-07), Steve Chabot (OH-01), and Brad Sherman (CA-30), each co-chairs of the Congressional Pacific Islands Caucus, released the following statement about last week’s signing of a threshold agreement between Solomon Islands and the U.S.
Co-Chairs of Congressional Pacific Islands Caucus Reintroduce Bipartisan Expanded Blue Pacific Act For Long-Term Coordinated United States Policy In The Pacific Islands Region
Co-chairs of the Congressional Pacific Islands Caucus and Representatives Ed Case (D-HI), Don Young (R-AK), Ami Bera (D-CA) and Brad Sherman (D-CA) have reintroduced an expanded Boosting Long-term US Engagement in the Pacific, or BLUE Pacific, Act.
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Washington, DC – Thursday, Congresswoman Aumua Amata took part in a joint hearing of the Natural Resources Committee, on which she serves, and the Foreign Affairs Committee, examining the role of the key partnerships the United State
(Washington, DC) – The co-chairs of the bipartisan Congressional Pacific Islands Caucus, Congressman Ed Case (D-HI), Congressman Ami Bera (D-CA), Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL), Congressman Brad Sherman (D-CA) and Congressman Don Young (R-AK), have introduced the Boosting Long-term U.S. Engagement in the Pacific, or BLUE Pacific, Act in the U.S. House of Representatives.
(Honolulu, HI) – U.S. Congressman Ed Case (Hawai‘i – District 1) today announced the first-ever formation of the Congressional Pacific Islands Caucus, which he will co-chair along with three high-ranking U.S. House colleagues.