The Senate passed a landmark tech investment bill co-authored by Rep. Ro Khanna on Tuesday, a significant feat that puts pressure on the House to follow suit.
Khanna’s Endless Frontier Act will invest massively in innovative research and development. https://t.co/qOJ0JfD7aV
— San Francisco Chronicle (@sfchronicle) June 9, 2021
For decades, America led the world in industry—we can do the same for tech and innovation.
That’s why I’m so proud of our Endless Frontier Act, which will fund the cutting-edge research and technology that would otherwise be left behind.https://t.co/AukL1FYOo3
— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) June 10, 2021
The United States once ranked 1st in the world for research & development as a share of GDP. Now we’re 9th.
The Senate must pass our Endless Frontiers Act (aka the US Innovation & Competition Act) to reclaim our position as a leader on innovation and invest in America’s future.
— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) May 28, 2021
The Congressional Food Allergy Research Caucus is an important step forward! @DorisMatsui @PatrickMcHenry @RoKhanna @RepBenCline
Thank you for leading the way and being a voice of millions of Americans with food allergies in Congress! https://t.co/F65XnchGLF
— Olga Kagan (@olga_kagan) May 28, 2021
FARE applauds the creation of the Congressional Food Allergy Research Caucus to advocate for the #foodallergy community & increased federal #research. We look forward to working with the Caucus & Reps. @DorisMatsui @PatrickMcHenry @RoKhanna & @RepBenCline! https://t.co/VWg2LHZb4n
— FARE | Food Allergy Research & Education (@FoodAllergy) May 21, 2021
Yesterday, I toured the wind turbine research and sustainable energy labs @UWM. The American Jobs Plan will invest in R&D so the U.S. can create jobs, address the climate crisis, and spur new technological breakthroughs. pic.twitter.com/0BhKQavN7j
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) May 5, 2021