WASHINGTON D.C.- March 16, 2017—Congressmen Scott Taylor and Dutch Ruppersberger announced the introduction of a resolution for the United States to adopt a clear and comprehensive cybersecurity policy. The resolution (H. Res. 200) aims to have the United States define an act of aggression, an act of war, and other related events in cyber space.
WASHINGTON D.C.- March 8, 2017—Congressman Scott Taylor announced his support for the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2017. The proposed legislation includes an increase of $2 billion above 2016 for base discretionary spending.
I commend President Trump for signing into law the bill from my friend Congresswoman Barbara Comstock. I am proud to have cosponsored the INSPIRE Women Act that will help our girls and young women on the important goal of increasing the number of women who go into the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
WASHINGTON D.C.- March 1, 2017—Congressman Scott Taylor announced his support for the Searching for and Cutting Regulations that are Unnecessarily Burdensome (SCRUB) Act, H.R. 998. The SCRUB Act creates a regulatory review commission that will review and provide recommendations as to which regulations to repeal.
Whether as a national security advisor or your close friend, trust is an important component of any relationship. In these chaotic times we need clarity and I look forward to working with General Flynn's successor. We all should appreciate the many years and deeds of service to our great nation by General Flynn and wish he and his family the best moving forward.
WASHINGTON D.C.- February 6, 2017— Today, Congressman Scott Taylor announced his support of the Email Privacy Act (H.R. 387). The Email Privacy Act amends the Electronic Communications Privacy Act(ECPA) to require federal authorities obtain a warrant before they are allowed access to email or digital communications.
WASHINGTON D.C.- January 31, 2017—Congressman Scott Taylor signed on as the first cosponsor of H.Con. Res 2, an authorization for the use of military force, or AUMF, against ISIS. The bill was introduced by Congressman Tom Cole (OK-4). The legislation would authorize the President to use all necessary and appropriate force to defend U.S.
Congressman Scott Taylor had this to say on the Trump Administration upholding LGBTQ protections in the workplace: "I fully support President Trump's decision when he upheld protections for LGBTQ individuals in the workplace. Work standards, who you are, and who you love should never know discrimination."
Congressman Scott Taylor will be holding three town hall meetings in the district
1. Virginia Beach- Monday February 20th 7PM Kempsville High School
2. Peninsula- Tuesday February 21st 6:30PM York High School