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Raúl Grijalva

Solving big problems requires big solutions. As a representative from Southern Arizona, I will keep fighting for policies that help Arizona families thrive,  support a humane immigration system that works for everyone, and prioritize strong environmental protections to combat the climate crisis and safeguard our planet for future generations to come.
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In our second video of our mini-series on Black History Month in Arizona's 7th Congressional District, Barbea Williams, an instructor at the University of Arizona's School of Dance, shares with us what Black History Month means to her and reflects on her passion for dance, roots and legacy as an Afro-Latina. ... See MoreSee Less

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A tucson treasure sharing culture and positivity for decades!

What a wonderful video and yes a treasure to the Tucson community!!!! 🖤♥️💚

So beautiful and wonderful….indeed! 💃🏽🕺🏽

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Oh wow!! My daughter in law danced with her at U of A too! I love how we’re all so connected! Kristen Lane ❤️

Under President Biden’s leadership, the United States is on track to have the three strongest years in history for new small business applications, and with Black business ownership growing at the fastest pace in 30 years. When Black businesses do well, they create jobs, generate wealth in their local communities, and make the broader economy stronger. As a result, Black wealth is up a record 60% from before the pandemic and Black unemployment has reached historic lows. The Administration’s investment in Black entrepreneurs is producing results, including: Nearly $70 billion—a new record—in Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 on federal contracts awarded to small, disadvantaged businesses (SDBs). $12 billion in community lenders to expand access to capital and resources to too-often sidelined entrepreneurs. The U.S. Department of Treasury estimates that these investments in community lenders will result in a $50 billion increase in lending to Latino communities and a nearly $80 billion increase in lending to Black communities over the next decade. $10 billion in states, tribes, and territories to launch and expand capital access programs for roughly 100,000 small businesses, including $79 million to Wisconsin.

Close the damn border. Save their lives.

Trump ranks as worst president in US history in new academic’s poll Donald Trump isn’t just the first current or former president in US history to ever face criminal charges. Now, he is making history in another way. According to a new poll, Mr Trump has now been labelled as the worst president that the United States has ever seen. Aacademics ranked each of the 45 people who have served as president all the way from George Washington to Joe Biden. The survey is based on 154 responses from scholars across multiple disciplines, all of whom, in some way or another, engage in presidential politics through their work. www.the-independent.com/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-worst-president-poll-b2498963.html

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Rep. Rashida Talib, (D. Michigan and a Palestinian American), where is \YOUR condemnation of IRAN, HAMAS, HOUTHIS, HEZBOLLAH, other Axis of Resistance Groups, the Arab League/Coalition countries in the Middle East AND, Donald Trump? Netanyahu's, double edged tactics, current questionable tactics should be condemned by YOU and he should be replaced, but, primarily by the people OF "HIS" COUNTRY. Calling for a "non-committed vote" in the Michigan State Democratic Primary, conveniently ignoring their participation, and the fact that Israel didn't start the Oct. 6th brutal and despicable conflict is uncalled for and unworthy of you. Furthermore, blaming President Joe Biden, when he is endeavoring to solve the conflict, has condemned Netanyahu's handling and has insisted in the humane support of the Palestinians, is shameful; especially considering the circumstance. As for fellow "progressive activists" how is Talib's request going to resolve the situation other than to give Trump added fuel for his rhetoric and actions. Despite centuries of bitter conflict, on May 14n 1948, the Israeli Declaration of Independence formerly established a Jewish state in accordance with the "United Nations Partition Plan"; a two state plan. The Arab League "opposed" any Partition based on "territorial division and the Arab population majority" at the time, and, invaded Israel the next day. Actions, tensions and sentiments that have influenced international opinion and continue to exist onto this day. . United States, since 1948, has supported Israel, will continue to do so. and rightly so. FACT: Israel's rights also go back to ancient, historical times. And, while we are on the subject of territory and a commitment to the Palestinians, forget about Israel, when have any of the Arab League Council States offered any sizable portion of their MASSIVE TERRITORIES "TO" THE PALESTINIANS" to resolve the historical and conflicting problem THEN OR NOW? WHEN?

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In our second video of our mini-series on Black History Month in Arizona’s 7th Congressional District, Barbea Williams, an instructor at the University of Arizona’s School of Dance, shares with us what Black History Month means to her and reflects on her passion for dance, roots and legacy as an Afro-Latina. ...

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02/15 54 H.R.5375 Yea
02/15 53 H.R.533 Yea
02/15 52 H.R.7176 Nay
02/15 51 H.R.7176 Yea
02/15 50 H.R.2766 Yea