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The 38-Member Congressional Hispanic Caucus advocates for issues important to Latinos via the legislative process in Congress.
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. welcomes ’s appointment of to the Board of Regents. Full statement here:
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Rep. Pete Aguilar 7h
Joined my friend to serve meals to federal employees . Grateful for the generosity of people like who make this happen, but federal employees still deserve better. It’s time for to and open the government.
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HouseRadioTV 16h
News Conference: et al on legislation to protect active military and veteran spouses from deportation. Location: House Triangle @ 2:00pm
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US Rep. Darren Soto Jan 22
Helping distribute food to federal workers affected by with 2nd Harvest Food Bank today
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Mariana Atencio Jan 22
“You see the toll that the shutdown is having on everybody...” serves federal workers hot meals at on day 32 of the shutdown. One government worker said: “I am lucky to be here”.
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Hispanic Caucus Jan 22
The fate of is uncertain and it’s critical to immediately.
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Hispanic Caucus Jan 22
takes no action on , leaving policy in effect for now. But Congress must come together to find a permanent legislative fix so don’t live in legal limbo.
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Joaquin Castro Jan 22
On my way to to serve government workers who are being held hostage by ’s demands. H/T & for their work.
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Nanette D. Barragán Jan 22
We’re at the serving food to federal workers who have been impacted by the .
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Hispanic Caucus Jan 19
. the Is ready to help at the Cafe and serve the families affected by the government shutdown.
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Hispanic Caucus Jan 19
. the Is ready to help at the Cafe and serve the families affected by the government shutdown.
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Hispanic Caucus Jan 19
. must reopen the gov't to allow federal workers to get back to work & support their families. After we have returned to normal operations, then both parties can work together to address what additional border security measures are needed. See my statement ⬇️
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Rep. Veronica Escobar Jan 17
There’s a crisis of leadership threatening democracy, and the border is being used as a bargaining chip. I’m asking my colleagues to come to the border, learn the full truth, & govern appropriately and humanely. But don’t hold govt hostage in the meantime
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Senator Bob Menendez Jan 17
Thousands more children may have been ripped apart from their parents than the Trump Admin originally acknowledged. This is horrifying. I expect answers from the Administration detailing the REAL number of forced family separations.
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Rep. Henry Cuellar Jan 17
I look forward to continue serving on with a new appointment to the Ag, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Subcommittee. I will continue working on agricultural issues of critical importance to and the country.
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Mike Levin Jan 17
Had a great time taping an interview for along with my SoCal friends and colleagues and . Tune in tomorrow!
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Caitlin Dickerson Jan 17
First DHS said I made up family separation, that sources were lying to me and giving fake documents. Then they said it lasted only 45 days under “zero tolerance.” Today, HHS confirmed publicly what our reporting has always shown: None of that pushback was true.
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Rep. Jim Costa Jan 17
It's an honor to be returning to the Affairs Committee for the 116th Congress. I am looking forward to serving the Valley and our nation though my role on and my other House committee assignments.
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Hispanic Caucus Jan 17
Replying to @JoaquinCastrotx @POTUS
.: The American people have had enough of this Administration’s cruelty disguised as border security and their pain and life-long trauma inflicted on innocent children in order to satisfy the 's base."
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Hispanic Caucus Jan 17
Replying to @JoaquinCastrotx
.: "All Administration officials involved in hiding this information requested by Congress must immediately come before lawmakers to explain their decisions. Their employment should also be terminated."
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