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The Senate passed legislation authored by Rep. Capps to rename the Postal Service office located at 1221 State Street after Special Warfare Operator Master Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Louis ‘Lou’ J. Langlais.
Today, Rep. Capps attended a bipartisan House of Representatives Remembrance Ceremony for the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. Capps released the following statement regarding the anniversary.
On Wednesday, August 24, Rep. Capps hosted her 5th annual and final Veteran’s Appreciation breakfast at the SLO Memorial Building in San Luis Obispo.
While I will be retiring from Congress at the end of the year, there is still time to connect with me and my staff. That is why I would like to invite all local veterans to my annual Veterans’ Breakfasts on August 24th and August 31st.
Bill streamlines process for veterans with military medical training to become EMTs
Two-day session will include pipeline safety reauthorization critical to Central Coast and Capps’ Vets EMT Act
Capps introduced a bill to honor a local Navy Seal Local Navy SEAL
Capps joined Republican Rep. LaMalfa to introduce bipartisan legislation that would make it easier for veterans to receive benefits or decorations.