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Sen Dianne Feinstein
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Sen Dianne Feinstein 12h
Social media companies must do a better job of keeping gun sales off their platforms. These sales allow dangerous people to get their hands on firearms. It’s not enough to say it’s against their rules, the rules must be enforced.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein 14h
I strongly support the Flores Settlement Agreement, which provides serious and significant protection for immigrant children. Any effort to eliminate it will be met with the most strenuous opposition we can mount.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein 14h
Republicans need to stand up to the NRA and help pass commonsense gun safety laws before more lives are lost. American streets aren’t war zones and shouldn’t be flooded with military-style assault weapons. We need to reinstate a ban on these guns and high-capacity magazines.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
A new, nonpartisan study confirms that extreme risk protection orders can prevent mass shootings. California’s law may have prevented up to 20 shootings. It’s time to expand these laws across the country.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
For years Title X has helped low-income women get the health care they need. By undermining Title X and Planned Parenthood, the administration is jeopardizing the ability of millions of women to receive cancer screenings, birth control and more .
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
It’s appalling to see these hateful images taking place in California or anywhere in our country. Hate and racism have no place in our society.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
Thank you to all the Lake Tahoe Summit speakers, attendees and volunteers for making today happen. Together, we can !
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
Congratulations to all of the Shane McConkey Foundation EcoChallenge winners. Their commitment to Lake Tahoe gives me great hope for the lake’s future.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
“We have a charge with Lake Tahoe. We have a charge to protect it. And it’s a great honor.” - Deputy Regional Forester Barnie Gyant.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
“Your resolve, your clarity - not just the lake‘s clarity - is imperative at this time.” - Gavin Newsom.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
Saving Lake Tahoe requires both parties working together. Thank you for your steadfast commitment to the lake and surrounding basin.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
Thank you for those inspiring words about Lake Tahoe. The lake’s sediment is a record of our history. It will record our failures or successes addressing the great challenges facing the lake.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
“Climate change is woven into many of the problems facing Lake Tahoe, but also its solutions.” -
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
“Nevada can’t be sucessful on the East side of the lake without a strong partnership with California on the West side. It’s one lake.” -
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
Climate change is the greatest threat to Lake Tahoe. It is not an issue we can ignore. If we do so, we do it at our own peril.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
Thank you to all of the brave men and women who keep the Tahoe community safe from wildfire.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
Thank you Steven James from the Washoe Tribe for that beautiful invocation to start the .
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
The stage is set, vendors are here, shuttles are running and the volunteers are ready to welcome everyone today to the 2019 . See you there!
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
Replying to @SenFeinstein
It’s long past time to reinstate a ban on military-style assault weapons and high-capacity magazines before more lives are lost.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 20
While the federal assault weapons ban was in effect (1994-2004), the number of gun massacres fell by 37% and the number of gun massacre deaths fell by 43% compared to the previous decade. After the ban lapsed, gun massacres rose by 183% and gun massacre deaths by 239%.
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