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WASHINGTON — The California drought is stoking a congressional appetite for additional water storage, with new and larger dams back on competing menus.
U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa wants the federal government to backtrack on a $3 billion commitment for high-speed rail in California.
Instead, LaMalfa said Tuesday that the money should be used instead for water infrastructure improvements that could help stave off drought threats in California in the state.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Rep. Doug LaMalfa announced that he has nominated 15 North State residents as candidates to the United States Service Academies, including Alexandra Dahnke to the U.S. Naval Academy and Giancarlo Nandino to the U.S. Air Force Academy. Both are from Red Bluff.
It was business as usual for Auburn-area congressmen Tom McClintock and Doug LaMalfa’s district offices – or as usual as could be expected during a partial government shutdown enveloping the nation.
California Congressman Doug LaMalfa on DHS Ammo Purchases: ‘It’s a Heck of a Lot of Bullets for Some Very Dubious-Sounding Reasons’
Representing Nevada County, Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) took Friday’s dismal jobs report as an opportunity to lambast Washington Democrats.
A bill to increase timber cutting on national forests has the strong support of Rep. Doug LaMalfa, R-Richvale.
I'm excited that the bill is moving forward, he said, speaking by phone Wednesday from his Oroville office. It's something I look forward to helping on in committee.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Doug LaMalfa, R-Richvale, added his voice this afternoon to many others offering opinions of President Obama's proposed budget, which was released today.
The U.S. House of Representatives Agriculture Committee approved House Resolution 1038, the Public Power Risk Management Act of 2013.
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