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TUCSON— Today, Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva issued the following statement in response to the announcement of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s ten-year plan for the Postal Service:
TUCSON— Recently, the State of Arizona rejected FEMA’s efforts to set up mass vaccination sites in Pima County. The vaccination sites could bring up to an additional 300,000 vaccines to the county.
WASHINGTON— Today, the House of Representatives voted on the Farm Workforce Modernization Act. The legislation provides a pathway to citizenship for more than 1 million agricultural workers and their families. Additionally, the bill addresses the future labor needs of the agricultural sector by modernizing the outdated H-2A guestworker program.
WASHINGTON— Today, the House of Representatives passed the Dream and Promise Act.
WASHINGTON— Today Education Secretary Miguel Cardona announced the Department of Education will rescind a Trump-era policy that would have severely limited debt relief to students defrauded by for-profit
Washington, D.C. – Chair Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Ariz.) and Rep. A. Donald McEachin (D-Va.) reintroduced their landmark Environmental Justice for All Act today, supported by a wide array of grassroots groups and environmental advocates from across the country.
WASHINGTON— Today the House of Representatives passed the Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization. The House passed an identical reauthorization in 2019 that was never brought up for a vote in Mitch McConnell’s Republican-controlled Senate.
WASHINGTON—Today the House of Representatives passed H.J.Res. 17, which will remove the arbitrary time limit previously imposed by Congress for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. When Congress passed the ERA in 1972, it set an arbitrary deadline of seven years for state legislatures to ratify the amendment.
Washington, D.C. – Chair Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Ariz.) and Rep. A. Donald McEachin (D-Va.), authors of the landmark Environmental Justice for All Act, wrote to President Biden today urging him to revoke Army Corps of Engineers permits for the proposed Formosa Plastics petrochemical complex located in St. James Parish.
WASHINGTON— Today the House of Representatives passed the Stronger Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) which will invest more resources to improve quality of child protective services to better address instances of abuse. The bill includes provisions from Rep.