10am Today: Securing U.S. Economic Interests in Foreign Direct Investment

When it comes to national security, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States or CFIUS, was created at the Treasury Department to review
mergers, acquisitions, or takeovers by foreign investors. Yet, CFIUS has no meaningful way to reviewing foreign direct investment for its impact on our nation’s economic security. As foreign direct investment in the United States continues to break records,
it is past time to think about U.S. economic and national security interests jointly – and the implications of foreign ownership over sensitive sectors of our economy.

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TODAY @ 1:30PM: Cybersecurity Caucus Briefing with Let’s Encrypt

As co-chairs of the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus, we would like to invite you to an event on
Free, Automated, and Open Web Encryption with Let’s Encrypt
TODAY from 1:30pm to 3:00pm in
121 Cannon. Every day, countless communications and transactions are delivered via the Internet. Public-key encryption is the leading technology that enables these transmissions to occur securely and privately. While the prevalence of encryption
is increasing, a significant portion of the content on the web remains exposed and vulnerable to digital eavesdropping.  

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COSPONSOR H. RES. 479, RESOLUTION OF INQUIRY ON TRUMP’S TAX RETURNS

I write to encourage you to cosponsor H. Res. 479, a Resolution of Inquiry that
will direct the Treasury Secretary to give the Committee on Ways and Means tax return information for years 2006-2016 for President Trump and all of his listed businesses in which he has an ownership stake, as listed on his financial disclosure form,
FEC Form 278e. Pursuant to House rules, H. Res. 479 will be marked up by the Ways and Means Committee within 14 legislative days.

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