In the News 02/13/2020
Copyright liability emerges as latest threat to big tech’s legal shield
Top Democrats on the subcommittee, including Sens. Patrick Leahy and Chris Coons, praised Tillis for the effort.
In the News 02/12/2020
Senator Tillis: ALI's proposed Restatement of Copyrights has the potential to harm the creative industries
The American people have entrusted us to represent them in Congress - with our voices, votes, and lawmaking power. It is not a responsibility that we take lightly.
In the News 02/12/2020
Legislation renaming post office for Walter Jones is advancing
North Carolina’s senators on Monday introduced legislation seeking to rename Farmville’s post office for the late congressman Walter B. Jones Jr.
In the News 02/6/2020
President Trump highlights proposed legislation that would allow victims to sue sanctuary cities
During his State of the Union address Tuesday night, President Donald Trump highlighted a legislation introduced by Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) that would allow victims to sue sanctuary cities.
In the News 01/14/2020
$281 million approved for NTB, Surf City, Carteret disaster relief
The Army Corps of Engineers will release disaster relief funds in excess of $300 million for projects at Surf City, North Topsail Beach, Carteret County, and Princeville, according to a press release issued Monday.
In the News 01/9/2020
Sen. Thom Tillis: Iran War Powers Resolution is dangerous, returns us to appeasement posture
Moving forward, it is imperative that Congress work with President Trump – and not impede him – as he seeks to protect America and deter Iran.
In the News 01/8/2020
Sen. Thom Tillis: Trump acted 'appropriately' by ordering Soleimani strike, Iran retaliation was 'expected'
The U.S. blamed Soleimani for the killing of hundreds of American troops and said he was plotting new attacks just before his death early Friday.
In the News 01/7/2020
Senator Tillis: After emphasizing the urgency of impeachment, Democrats now have buyer's remorse
Since the moment Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced the impeachment inquiry before even reading the transcript between President Trump and his Ukrainian counterpart, House Democrats rushed through the process.
In the News 12/17/2019
Senator Tillis: Getting back to basics on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
In those early days of the internet, Congress wisely recognized that the ability of anyone with a computer and a telephone line to post anything they wanted online would raise a bunch of new and difficult questions.