SALEM, Mass.— Tonight, Congressman Seth Moulton issued the following statement on reports the Supreme Court has voted to overturn Roe v. Wade.
“If tonight’s reports are true, American women are on the brink of losing a fundamental right to make crucial healthcare decisions for themselves. This decision would take women’s rights back 50 years and put millions in danger by bringing back unsafe back-alley abortions.
“Decisions like this are the result of a…
At a House Budget Committee hearing on FY2023 defense budget requests, Congressman Moulton questioned Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) Michael McCord about the department's acquisition system and its ability to innovate.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congressmen Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) and Scott Franklin (R-Fla.) are urging the House Committee on Appropriations to revive funding for the National Defense Stockpile of rare earth materials, which is currently at critically low-levels.
Established during World War II, the National Defense Stockpile (NDS) ensures that the Department of Defense can access key materials necessary to maintain readiness in the event of a major supply chain disrupt…
On April 29th, Congressman Moulton joined MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Reports to discuss the recent proposal by President Biden to liquidate seized assets of Russian oligarchs and donate the funds to Ukraine. Congressman Moulton's Yachts for Ukraine legislation also calls for the transfer of seized assets to support Ukraine's humanitarian and rebuilding efforts.
Congressman Moulton also recently joined FOX News' "Special Report with Bret Baier" to discuss the latest on the s…
U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Salem, joined local officials, including newly installed Mayor Greg Verga, during a tour of the nonprofit Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute's waterfront facility on Main Street.
There, he learned how the institute is making a difference when it comes to spurring marine biotech research in this 399-year-old seaport undergoing a sea change from its legacy fishing industry to a community able to attract life sciences companies.
He saw firsthand programs that will be h…
Everyone is asking me the same question: Should schools reopen? Actually, the data on this is pretty clear: Yes, kids across the board do better in school. But the question we really should be asking is this: What will we do when one kid in school -even just one - tests positive? Nobody seems to have an answer.
It's the age-old adage attributed to the great World War II general Omar Bradley: "Amateurs talk strategy. Professionals talk logistics." Getting kids in school may be the right strategy… Continue Reading
Over the last week, a debate about when to reopen our country has begun in earnest. If we reopen too soon, we'll lose the progress we've gained by social distancing, see a new spike in cases that overwhelms our hospital system, and inject even more uncertainty into an economy that's buckling under the weight of the worst pandemic in a century. If we wait too long, we'll cause more economic harm than necessary to combat the virus and more Americans will die from that fallout as well; death rates … Continue Reading
When our leaders have failed in crises, America has been at its best when we focus on what we can do rather than who we can blame.
As we entered World War II, the Greatest Generation didn't argue over whose fault it was that the military only had 3,000 planes -- they built 300,000 more. When the Bush administration bungled its response to Hurricane Katrina, millions stepped up to become unofficial first responders, food suppliers -- even caretakers for children separated from their families.
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Congressman Moulton offers internships through his Salem office and Washington D.C. office in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters.
Internships are intended for current undergraduate students, recent college graduates, students currently enrolled in graduate school. Under very rare circumstances the office will also host high school students.
Answering constituent phone calls and greeting constituents at the front desk
Taking notes at briefings and hearings
Categorizing… Continue Reading