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Rep. Young Kim Remarks at Committee Hearing
May 20, 2021
Washington, DC – Today, U.S. Representative Young Kim (CA-39), Vice Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, Central Asia and Nonproliferation and one of the first Korean American women to serve in Congress, outlined what the Biden administration’s U.S.-South Korea priorities should be ahead of tomorrow’s meeting between President Joe Biden and South Korea President Moon Jae-In. Rep. Kim will be joining Congressional leadership to meet President Moon Jae-In this afternoon.
Issues:National Security & Foreign Affairs

Rep. Young Kim Visits Autopedic Body Center in La Habra
April 26, 2021

Originally published in the Orange County Register on April 24, 2021

Issues:Small Business

Rep. Kim testifies at Judiciary Committee Hearing
March 26, 2021
The rise in violence and hateful actions we have seen across U.S. communities during the COVID-19 pandemic is abhorrent, unacceptable and must stop. This is wrong and not reflective of the country that decades ago welcomed my family and me from South Korea. It also undermines the millions of Asian Americans contributing to our country each day.

Rep. Kim visits Eureka Pizza in Yorba Linda to discuss helping our small businesses during COVID-19.
February 19, 2021

With the debate to provide COVID-19 relief well underway, Congressional leadership from both sides of the aisle should come together to provide targeted relief directly to local communities so relief goes to those who need it most.


Tree-lined side of the Capitol building
January 17, 2021
Originally published in the Orange County Register. While I knew January 6 would be a contentious day, none of my colleagues expected that our lives would be on the line.