Until the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Director of National Intelligence can certify that every refugee has been thoroughly vetted and is not a security threat, we have no choice but to pause the program.
Rep. LaMalfa Speaks Against EPA's Proposed Expansion of Regulatory PowerRep. LaMalfa urges the Senate to reject the EPA's “Waters of the United States” proposal, which would result in the most sweeping expansion of regulatory authority in American history. If this rule is enacted, 95% of California would fall under EPA’s regulatory jurisdiction, leaving almost every business owner and farmer at the whim of federal bureaucrats. The House and two federal courts have already moved to block it.
Rep. LaMalfa Speaks at Veterans Town HallRep. LaMalfa shares at a Veterans Town Hall in Redding about the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2015 (H.R. 969), an important measure he has cosponsored to ensure that the thousands of Vietnam veterans suffering from conditions caused by Agent Orange exposure receive the medical care and treatment they need -- regardless of whether they served on the ground in Vietnam or off the coast.
Rep. LaMalfa Questions the National Park Service on Fee StructureIn a hearing of the House Natural Resources Committee, Rep. LaMalfa questions the National Park Service on its fee structure, proposing less expensive passes for those driving through on major state highways who do not plan to use the park yet are forced to pay the same steep day pass price, such drivers on as Highway 89 running through Lassen Volcanic National Park in Northern California.
William and Marian Ghidotti Early College High School of Grass Valley was recognized by the U.S Department of Education as one of 335 schools honored as 2015 National Blue Ribbon Schools.
2016 Water Year Begins with Low Reservoir LevelsThe 2016 water year began on October 1 with six main reservoirs of the Central Valley Project at low water levels. The reservoirs are only at 24% of their total capacity –a combined 200,000 acre-feet below where they started the water year in 2015. Rep. LaMalfa speaks on the House Floor urging both Congress and the California state government need to act to invest in new water resources.
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Washington, DC – Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) today voted in favor of H.R. 4038, a bill he cosponsored to halt the resettlement of Iraqis and Syrians in the United States until the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Director of National Intelligence can certify that every refugee has been thoroughly vetted and is not a security threat.
Washington, DC – Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) today released the following statement regarding the President’s announcement to officially reject construction of the Keystone Pipeline.
Washington, DC - Rep. LaMalfa today released the following statement in opposition to reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank.
Washington, DC - Rep. LaMalfa today voted in support of a measure which repeals many Obamacare mandates and uses a procedural tactic to move the bill through the Senate. HR 3762 repeals the individual and employer mandate, the Independent Payment Advisory Board, and the medical device tax, as well as decreasing the budget by $79 billion.
Washington, DC - Rep. LaMalfa today H.R. 10, legislation to amend and reauthorize the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results (SOAR) Act. The measure provides low income families in the District of Columbia the ability to apply for scholarship funding to attend a private school through the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program.
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His Holiness Pope Francis of the Holy See has accepted an invitation to address Congress on September 24, 2015. The Joint Meeting will begin promptly at 10 a.m.
Western Sierra Medical Clinic has been approved as a registered health care provider for the Veterans Choice Program.
Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are trading barbs over competing legislation to address drought impacts in California.