Washington, DC — Congresswoman Lois Frankel released the following statement today after voting against funding to train and equip Syrian rebels as part of a broad strategy to combat the terrorist organization ISIL.
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Lois Frankel is accepting applications from high school students in Florida’s 22nd District for nominations to the United States armed services academies for an appointment to the Class of 2019.
Washington, DC — Congresswoman Lois Frankel released the following statement today in recognition of the thirteenth anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001.
West Palm Beach, FL — This morning, Congresswoman Lois Frankel (FL-22) will convene a panel of state legislators, law enforcement officers, advocates, and students for a roundtable discussion on policies to combat rape on college campuses.
West Palm Beach, FL — Congresswoman Lois Frankel today released the following statement recognizing Labor Day:
“On Labor Day, we honor worker rights and salute the unions that made it possible.”
West Palm Beach, FL — Heading into Florida's primary on Tuesday, Congresswoman Lois Frankel will hold a roundtable on Monday to honor Women’s Equality Day, which marks the passage of women's right to vote. The discussion will highlight the Women’s Economic Agenda and the need for women to vote to make it a reality.
Washington, DC – Congresswoman Lois Frankel released the following statement on President Obama’s announcement on Iraq:
Washington DC – Congresswoman Lois Frankel issued the following statement in regards to the passage of the bi-partisan H.J.Res 76 to provide $225 million in immediate emergency funding to replenish Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system.
Washington DC – Congresswoman Lois Frankel issued the following statement in response to the legislation that passed late this evening regarding the crisis of thousands of unaccompanied children crossing at the U.S./Mexico border.
Washington DC – Congresswoman Lois Frankel voted today in favor of the House and Senate compromise to reform the Veterans Affairs Administration. The $17 billion bill comes in the wake of the systemic problems reported at VA health facilities that resulted in thousands of veterans not receiving timely care. The bill now goes to the Senate for approval.