House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) talks with ABC This Week's George Stephanopoulos about the Obama administration's failure to enforce our nation's immigration laws.
Jun 11 2015
Today, the Judiciary Committee will markup the bipartisan Innovation Act, a bill to address the ever increasing problem of abusive patent litigation.
The patent system is central to the United States’ competitiveness, job creation, and future economic security, but abusive patent litigation is a drag on our economy.
"These amendments only serve to weaken the House-passed bill and postpone timely enactment of legislation that responsibly protects national security while enhancing civil liberty protections."
Chairman Goodlatte joined CNN's "New Day" to discuss the House-passed #USAFreedomAct.
"I believe a change in leadership at the DEA is warranted."
Once again, some federal law enforcement agents are acting like they belong in a college frat house rather than at a taxpayer-funded law enforcement agency tasked with interdicting illegal drugs.
Addressing abusive patent litigation, particularly the reforms set out in the Innovation Act, are critical to our Nation’s future economic competitiveness.
“The Secret Service is tasked with protecting the White House, but once again another incident makes the agency look more like it’s partying in ‘Animal House.’"
Congressman Lamar Smith Explains How to Use E-Verify