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Hispanic Caucus
The 31-Member Congressional Hispanic Caucus advocates for issues important to Latinos via the legislative process in Congress.
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Joaquin Castro 17h
Migrants fleeing violence and persecution in their home countries face increasing strife in before seeking refuge in the United States.
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Nanette D. Barragán 13h
The proposed changes to the public charge rule by the Trump administration would make it more difficult for immigrants to obtain a green card or extend their nonimmigrant visas if they use government assistance programs. Read my op-ed here:
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Senator Cortez Masto 13h
Last week, I led a letter with urging to withdraw her proposed "public charge" rule because making it harder for legal immigrants to obtain permanent residency hurts children, families & our businesses.
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Joaquin Castro 15h
. acknowledges that cyber-attack attempts have increased since April & are as sophisticated as we saw in 2016. With midterms less than a month away, a stunning reminder that we must safeguard our democracy at all costs.
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Linda T. Sánchez 16h
Family-owned small businesses are the backbone of America. I was proud to present the Kazarian brothers with a certificate to congratulate them on the opening of their fourth location in . It is great to see small businesses growing in !
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Rep. Nydia Velazquez 14h
Every day @HouseRepublicans make clear they are obsessed with rolling back the ACA and eliminating preexisting condition protections. Now, we are hearing Sen. McConnell talk about slashing Medicare and Social Security to finance their tax giveaways to big companies & the wealthy!
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Rep. Juan Vargas 13h
Happy to talk with student leaders and administrators about the importance of . I will continue to fight for the of my district and our country until they no longer have to live in fear.
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Rep. Salud Carbajal 16h
California is still recovering from this year's devastating wildfires, which took dozens of lives and destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses. Instead of offering support, is making threats.
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MichelleLujanGrisham 16h
It's completely unacceptable that 99.6 percent of the tens of thousands of dedicated teachers, first responders, service members, and other public servants who have applied for the ’s student loan forgiveness program, have been denied.
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Raul M. Grijalva 11h
How many times do we have to tell this 'stable genius' that is real? Rolling back environmental protections and climate regulations are destroying our planet and imperiling our children's future.
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Hispanic Caucus Oct 17
The Trump Admin is set on deporting the daughter of a military family. Her fathers was deployed to Afghanistan and as a result they missed an immigration deadline. Now ICE is trying to deport her to Korea because of Trump's mass deportation agenda.
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Rep. Nydia Velazquez Oct 17
I am proud to stand on the right side of history when it comes to protecting and advancing the rights of the LGBTQ community. Honored to receive a 100 -- perfect score -- on ’s Congressional Scorecard for my support of LGBTQ equality.
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Hispanic Caucus Oct 17
Undocumented families face a grim choice: sponsor children & risk deportation or stay away while children languish in govt custody. As families weigh the stakes, minors have been spending more time in detention. This is wrong! Children need their families.
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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Oct 16
Read my statement with about the news that the Trump Administration is once again considering a cruel family separation policy on the southern U.S. border.
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Linda T. Sánchez Oct 17
DON'T pay for themselves. The is causing the largest deficit in six years. Republicans are using the growing deficit to make big cuts to , , and .
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Ruben Gallego Oct 17
Trump can cast the blame wherever he wants, but at the end of the day someone has to pay for his tax cuts for billionaires. He’s going to do exactly what McConnell and Ryan have always wanted – cut Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security.
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Adriano Espaillat Oct 16
have had a significant, positive impact on our culture & economy. Thank you for highlighting the changing face of S.I. business owners; 40 percent are immigrants.
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Joaquin Castro Oct 16
Making families choose between staying detained together indefinitely or allowing their kids to be taken to govt shelters alone is a cruel choice that the Admin is weighing. Instead, the Admin should be addressing root causes of migration.
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MichelleLujanGrisham Oct 16
Republicans in Congress exploded the deficit by $2 trillion to give massive, unpaid-for handouts to corporations, big pharma, and billionaires, and now they’re expecting seniors, children and hard working families to foot the bill.
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Adriano Espaillat Oct 16
Replying to @RepEspaillat
I vow to continue to fight the hate-based rhetoric & anti-immigrant policies from this administration & will champion our efforts to protect the rights of people seeking protection from persecution and asylum here in the United States.
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