Judiciary

It's an honor to serve on the House Judiciary Committee in Congress, where we draft and debate legislation related to the administration of justice in federal courts, administrative bodies, and law enforcement agencies. Through this position, I am able to take an active role in reforming our immigration system, protecting our Second Amendment, holding Big Tech accountable, and promoting integrity within the federal government.

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February 24, 2021 Press Release
“Today, in a hearing entitled the Rise of Domestic Terrorism in America, all I heard from Democrats and their witnesses was white supremacy and far-right extremism, while completely ignoring the riots, destruction and violence of Antifa we have seen since last year. All forms of domestic terrorism are criminal, but in order to properly address the threats, we need to talk about all types of domestic terrorism, including Antifa. Instead, the Democrats have chosen to either ignore, condone or even embrace from Antifa."
January 21, 2021 Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C.—U.S. Representative Greg Steube (R-Fla.) today reintroduced the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act in the 117th Congress. This legislation ensures that women and girls are allowed a fair playing field in competitive sports by ensuring that school athletics comply with the Title IX recognition of a person’s reproductive biology and genetics at birth.

January 17, 2021 Press Release
“Our first legislative priority is intended to reestablish faith in the integrity of our elections. If we don’t work to ensure our citizens have confidence in our election process then this body is not addressing a major reason for division in our country. All Americans want their voices to matter – this legislation is an opportunity for Congress to work with the states to ensure that every legal ballot is counted in a process that is fair, transparent and verifiable.”
January 14, 2021 In The News

Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., discussed his effort to curb the liability protections for Big Tech giants like Facebook and Twitter Wednesday on "Fox & Friends," saying they didn't deserve them if they editorialized content.

January 13, 2021 Press Release
“For three years, Democrat Members of this body and the mainstream media lied to the American people that the Trump campaign colluded and conspired with Russia. After an exhaustive investigation, it was found that there was no evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia. Should Democrat Members of this body resign for lying to the American people, repeatedly? And sowing division and dissension all across America and it was all a lie.”
January 13, 2021 In The News

Days after Twitter shut down President Donald Trump’s Twitter account, Rep. Greg Steube filed legislation to curb online censorship.

January 13, 2021 Press Release
“Aside from the clear Constitutional violations of this flawed approach to impeachment 2.0, House Democrats continue to defy their own calls for unity and peace. Instead of focusing on our shared path forward, they would rather create double standards, irresponsibly cast blame on others for political gain, and indefinitely fuel the divisiveness we’ve seen.”
January 12, 2021 Press Release
“The American people should all demand equal treatment, especially in the public square. Our country’s founding and entire system of government prides itself on our ability for citizens to have different views without being suppressed or censored. Through this legislation, we can reform Section 230 and ensure that Big Tech will be held accountable for revoking accounts and selectively censoring conservative content on a partisan basis.”
January 6, 2021 Press Release
“We have a solemn responsibility to ensure the integrity of our elections. As elected officials we need to address the Constitutional violations and irregularities that have marred this election. At all levels of government, the United States relies on the faith the American people have in our electoral system. If we ignore and fail to investigate blatant improprieties in these four closely contested states, we let honest votes be altered, lost, or cancelled out by fraudulent votes. Without taking on this challenge to assure an honest election, we would irreparably fail our constituents - and country - now and into the future.”
December 14, 2020 In The News

As if 2020 weren't already chaotic enough, it’s coming to a close with revelations of a federal tax investigation into President-elect Joe Biden's son and severed ties between a House Intelligence Committee and a Chinese spy.