Rep. LaMalfa (R-CA) speaks on the floor of the House to draw attention to the true footprint of the federal government, which extends above and beyond the 640 million acres of federally owned land in the United States. It now includes areas designated as critical habitat for protected species, marine protected areas, “wetlands” which are often anything but, and many more areas where human activity is restricted.
Congressman Doug LaMalfa encourages North State residents to consider adopting wild horses available following the Devil’s Garden Wild Horse Gather Operations through Modoc National Forest.
Rep. LaMalfa accepts the Guardian of Seniors' Rights award from the 60 Plus Association. At the award ceremony, 60 Plus Chairman Jim Martin said, "We seniors felt we should show our gratitude to dedicated lawmakers like Congressman LaMalfa who show compassion towards the elderly by pledging to 1) always protect Medicare, 2) always protect Social Security, and 3) just as importantly, to vote against wasteful spending of our tax dollars."
Republican members of California’s delegation in the House of Representatives hold a press conference to comment on the rejection by California’s senators of moderate, bipartisan legislation to address the state’s historic water supply crisis after months of negotiations.
Rep. LaMalfa recognizes 7 students who received appointments to the United States Service Academies on June 6th, in Oroville.
Rep. LaMalfa Seeks Solutions to Salmon Predation and Energy CostsRep. Doug LaMalfa questions Department of the Interior Deputy Assistant Secretary for Water and Science Tom Iseman and Senior Policy Analyst of Public Power Council Bo Downen about the monetary spending and effectiveness of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act as well as the lack of transparency between federal power purchasers and providers.
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Washington, DC – Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) today voted in support of measures to fund federal government operations and modernize California’s water supply system. H.R. 2028 funds federal government operations at a $1.07 trillion level, $132 billion less than when LaMalfa first took office, and was passed on a 326-96 vote.
Washington, DC – Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) today released the following statement in support of the California water resources language included included in a bill to be considered in Congress this week:
Washington, DC – Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) supported measures to authorize continued sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran and impose sanctions on those who support attacks on civilians in Syria. H.R.
Washington, DC – Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) today released the following statement opposing proposals to expand the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument:
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 11, 2015 - A frustrated group of House Republicans from California today declared drought relief legislation for their parched state dead for the year.