Today, Assistant Katherine Clark issued the following statement in recognition of Black History Month:
“Today is the start of Black History Month, a celebration of the contributions of Black Americans to our nation and recognition of our continued march toward equality and justice for all.
Bill signed by President Trump requires the FAA to reinstall outdated airplane noise mitigation systems in Massachusetts households
Revere/Winthrop/Medford/Malden— Assistant Speaker Katherine Clark (MA-5) announced that the FY 2021 Appropriations bill signed into law on December 27 included the House’s mandate directing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to update certain outdated airplane noise insulation installed in households over 27 years ago.
Washington, D.C.—Statement from Assistant Speaker Katherine Clark (MA-5) on the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol:
“Despite the seditious attempt to overthrow our democracy, we in Congress will fulfill our duty to ensure the will of the people and the integrity of our democracy are upheld. But the next days and weeks remain dangerous.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Assistant Speaker Katherine Clark (MA-5), released the below statement on the Rules package passed by the 117th Congress:
After 7 months of Democratic advocacy and relief proposals, Republicans agree to bipartisan package
Plan could transform economy, bolster domestic infrastructure, and create jobs
Friday, December 11, 2020, WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representatives Katherine Clark (D-MA-5) and Alan Lowenthal (D-CA-47) teamed up with Oregon’s U.S.
93 Members warn that inconsistent and incomplete CDC data puts vulnerable populations at risk and worsens health outcomes for communities of color
Findings reveal people of color face largest percentage increase in excess deaths tied to COVID-19
Rises to 4th Highest Position in House Leadership
Second Woman After Speaker Pelosi to Ascend to Top 4
November 18, 2020, Washington, D.C.—Statement from Congresswoman Katherine Clark on her successful election to the position of Assistant Speaker to the 117th Congress: