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Sen Dianne Feinstein
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Products that we use every day can contain a number of chemicals that most people don’t realize are harmful. Our bill, the Personal Care Products Act, would help protect consumers from exposure to several of these chemicals including formaldehyde, propylparaben and asbestos.
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Adam Schiff 14h
This week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments about putting a “citizenship” question in the Census. Asking about immigration status will discourage participation and decrease accuracy. And that’s exactly why the Trump Administration is doing it. Here’s why it matters:
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Sen Dianne Feinstein 13h
The United States has now had the highest number of measles cases since it was first eradicated in 2000, and we’re only four months into the year. Vaccines remain the best way to combat this deadly disease.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 24
Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Studies show that 40% of prescription drug abusers receive pills from friends or family. This Saturday, help prevent the abuse of your unused prescriptions by disposing of them at a collection site.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 24
Replying to @SenFeinstein
These latest reports reinforce my concerns. We can’t look way from Saudi Arabia’s increased use of executions, particularly when so many questions surround the validity of the trials.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 24
Replying to @SenFeinstein
I’ve called for the U.S. to reconsider our relationship with Saudi Arabia and spoken out against the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the kingdom’s oppression of women’s rights activists and the numerous human rights violations committed by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 24
I’m deeply troubled by the Saudi government’s mass execution of 37 prisoners, including 33 members of the kingdom’s Shiite minority. Human Rights Watch has reported that many of the confessions in two mass trials were obtained using torture and the prisoners later recanted.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 24
To prevent atrocities of the past from repeating themselves we must recognize them for what they were. It’s long past time for Congress to formally recognize the Armenian Genocide of 1915. I’ve joined my colleagues on a bipartisan resolution calling for that recognition.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 23
I’ve joined with my California colleagues to call on President Trump to declare February’s floods a major disaster. Federal assistance must be made available so that our communities can recover from this historic flooding.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 23
We introduced the Personal Care Safety Product Act to help protect American families from harmful chemicals in the products that we use every day. Here’s how our bill would accomplish that:
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 23
This year, we've seen the second-highest number of cases of measles in the United States since 2000 and cases have now been confirmed in LA. Vaccines remain the most effective way to combat this disease.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 23
Replying to @SenFeinstein
Instead, studies show it would depress turnout in immigrant communities. The Supreme Court must uphold lower court rulings that a citizenship question is unconstitutional. The census should not be a political football, used to suppress responses and target states like California.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 23
Replying to @SenFeinstein
It's clear the Trump administration misled Congress and the American people about the true rationale for changing the census. Sec. Ross’s falsely testified that DOJ requested this change in order to enforce the Voting Rights Act – that wasn't the case.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 23
The Supreme Court today heard arguments on adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census. An accurate count of everyone living in the United States is vital to our democracy. It determines everything from congressional representation to funding for schools or infrastructure.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 22
Saudi Arabia must respect women's rights, abolish the male guardianship system and end its crackdown on women activists. More than a dozen women senators called on the new Saudi ambassador to the United States to address our concerns with her country's treatment of women.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 22
Happy ! We originally celebrated Earth Day as a way to demonstrate support and raise awareness for protecting our environment. Let’s recommit to those ideals to combat new challenges like climate change in order to preserve our environment for future generations.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 22
LGBTQ Americans deserve equal protection under the law. The Supreme Court should uphold the 2nd and 6th Circuits’ rulings and affirm that Title VII protections apply to everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 22
Horrified by the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. We must stand up to hate in all its forms. My thoughts are with the victims, their loved ones and the people of Sri Lanka.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 21
Happy Easter to all those celebrating in California and around the world! I hope it’s a peaceful day surrounded by friends and family.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 20
Today is the 20th anniversary of Columbine, one of the deadliest school shootings ever. It’s a good time to reflect on the changes we must make to gun safety laws. There’s no better way to honor victims of mass shootings than to save lives in the future.
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