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Rep. Doug LaMalfa
Representing California's First District including Siskiyou, Shasta, Tehama, Butte, Glenn, Modoc, Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Nevada and Placer Counties
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa 11h
Today I attended a debris removal meeting at the Veterans Memorial Hall in Chico. We’re working with and Cal-OES to expedite removal and get people back on their property as quickly as possible.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa 11h
Thank you, , for your leadership in crafting, passing, and enacting once in a generation that has set our nation on a better course.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 17
In case you missed it, our economy is still doing quite well. Workers across the country are reaping the benefits of pro-growth tax and regulatory reforms, and the economy is a reflection of that positive momentum.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 17
Follow along for the latest information and updates regarding the , including news that the Paradise Post Office has now officially reopened following the lifting of evacuation orders.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 17
Visit FEMA's website for information on Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers for those impacted by the .
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Paul Ryan Dec 17
From the first day I came to Congress, I’ve been fighting for comprehensive tax reform to keep America competitive. It’s a cause that has been decades in the making.
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Joe Wilson Dec 17
I was grateful to visit the Bolling Air Force Base this past week, joined by and , to learn more about the volatile threat that the Houthi rebels in Yemen are posing across the Middle East region.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 14
WATCH: This week, I spoke on the House floor to thank & for their work to address California's water needs, including 's recent announcement of $449 million in funding for Sites Reservoir.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 14
Replying to @SecretarySonny
Just as the federal government created initiatives to expand access to electricity at the turn of the 20th century, USDA is investing in a program designed to do the same for broadband access today. I thank for working to improve internet access in rural areas.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 14
ICYMI, announced a new pilot program to offer up to $600 million in loans and grants to expand access to broadband connectivity in rural communities. My full statement --->
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AmericanWoodCouncil Dec 13
. Thank you for cosponsoring the Act! Wood construction directly supports jobs in rural areas and enhances opportunities for buildings that have the lowest enviro impact.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 13
In addition to the 250 home project in Chico, FEMA now plans to house 400 families displaced by the in manufactured homes located in Gridley. Families are expected to begin moving in within 45 days, with full occupancy expected in 120 days.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 12
This is important for North State farmers, ranchers, and Ag producers who help feed and clothe the entire nation. My full statement--->
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Speak Now For Kids Dec 12
, you voted yes and helped the pass the House. Thank YOU for advancing children's health.
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@WIA Dec 12
Thank you to Rep. Colin Peterson for all of your hard work on passing the and for reforming the siting process for wireless infrastructure on lands. These provisions will help bring more broadband to more people.
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CTIA Dec 12
We commend for passing the . Thank you, Chairmen & , Ranking Members & , and . Read statement:
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 11
Replying to @RepLaMalfa
was nothing short of a job-killing Washington power grab, and I’m glad to see it replaced with something that works.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 11
Replying to @RepLaMalfa
Now, those driving our economy will spend less time & money on land-use decisions & litigation & more time running their business. States will finally have a clear definition of where federal jurisdiction ends & begins, as well as the ability to properly manage their own water.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 11
Replying to @RepLaMalfa
Instead of attempting to needlessly regulate every puddle, ditch, and furrow in America, the new rule will focus on bodies of water and wetlands that are physically and meaningfully connected to other bodies of jurisdictional water.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Dec 11
After listening to those directly impacted by one of the previous Administration’s most harmful rules, the is replacing with something that actually makes sense for land and business owners. Read the full press release here: photo credit: EPA
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