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Accused allegedly told the Indian American congresswoman to go back to India and threatened to kill her
Indian American lawmaker is first immigrant to serve in leadership role for the subcommittee
Indians in green card backlog welcome Indian American lawmaker’s strong support for Eagle Act
Indian American lawmaker seeking to stay Progressive Caucus chair
Abusive male caller asks first Indian American Congresswoman to “go back to where you ******* came from?”
Seattle man yelled expletives outside Indian American lawmaker’s home and asked her to “Go back to India”
Seattle man accused of yelling “go back to India” and “I’m going to kill you” outside her home released from jail
Pramila Jayapal leads lawmakers seeking reversal of Trump-era anti-immigrant policies
They have “become too big to care and too powerful to ever put people over profits,” says Indian American lawmaker.
20 advocacy, immigration rights and health care group rally behind bill removing “cruel and unnecessary barriers to healthcare.”
Indian American lawmaker introduces constitutional amendment to reverse Supreme Court ruling.
Chennai born lawmaker to lead antitrust subcommittee’s work on big tech, reining in anti-competitive behavior.
Indian American lawmaker wants Biden to ensure immigrants get access to all of Covid-19 relief.
Blames Republicans who “cruelly refused to wear a mask” after US Capitol riot.
Indian American lawmaker joins group seeking just, humane system centered on family unity, promoting diversity.
Indian American lawmaker vows to deliver progressive policies to bring humanity to US immigration system.
Indian American lawmaker not surprised at Trump not conceding after four years of “ridiculous behavior.”
Barring foreign students taking online-only classes ‘irrational, xenophobic’, say Indian-American and other Democrats.
Jayapal, who had previously backed Sanders, says she “will do everything” she can to help Biden “win back the White House.”
“The world is watching,” warns Indian American lawmaker as she joins Democratic presidential candidate in condemning violence.
In a Washington Post oped, the Indian American lawmaker says it is “inappropriate” for a foreign government “to try to dictate” Capitol Hill meetings.
The Washington Democrat meets a group of Kashmiri American constituents and leaders to discuss the situation in Kashmir.
“Anyone else who did these things would have been prosecuted for them,” says the Washington Democrat.
She jokes about being “Princess Pramila” and not meeting President Trump.