WASHINGTON –Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) voted today for HR 1865, the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act. The bill enhances criminal penalties for websites that facilitate illegal prostitution or sex trafficking, and it provides sex trafficking victims with restitution. It passed with House with bipartisan support.
WASHINGTON –Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) voted today for HR 620, the ADA Education and Reform Act. Cook is co-sponsor of this bipartisan bill which promotes access for persons with disabilities and gives business owners and local communities the tools they need to accommodate all their visitors without fear of a lawsuit. The bill passed the House by a margin of 225-192.
Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Paul Cook (CA-08), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee’s Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere, released the following statement on the decision by Peruvian President Pedro Kuczynski to rescind the invitation to Venezuela to attend the Eighth Summit of the Americas in Lima, Peru:
Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Paul Cook (R-CA-08), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee’s Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere, delivered the following opening statement at the Subcommittee hearing entitled, “Advancing U.S.
WASHINGTON –Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) announced that his bill H.R. 857, the California Off-Road Recreation and Conservation Act, received a hearing today from the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Federal Lands.
WASHINGTON- Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) today voted for H.R. 695 which provides our armed forces with the resources they need to protect U.S national security interests here at home and abroad. It passed the house by a margin of 250-166.
WASHINGTON- Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) today voted for S. 534, the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse Act of 2018. The bill passed the House with overwhelming bipartisan support.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Paul Cook (R- Apple Valley) voted today to end the three-day “Schumer Shutdown” of the federal government. The legislation cleared the Senate earlier in the day and passed the House with overwhelming support this afternoon.