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Capps announced that the Army has decided to extend a $56.6 million contract at UC Santa Barbara.
Capps announced a $150,000 grant from the National Science Foundation
Capps reminds Central Coast residents that Medicare Open Enrollment closes Saturday December 7th
Capps announced that President Obama has signed the PREEMIE Reauthorization Act into law
New Law Could Save Hundreds of Lives Each Year and Shorten Transplant Waitlists
Capps released a statement regarding Covered California’s decision to reject President Obama’s proposed "Grandfathering" fix
Capps spoke on the House floor to urge California state officials to adopt the President’s proposed administrative fix to give Californians the option to renew their 2013 health plans for the coming year.
Capps sent a letter calling for a moratorium on offshore fracking activities in federal waters off the coast of California until a comprehensive study is conducted to determine the impacts of fracking activities.
Capps voted to allow people to stay on their current healthcare plans throughout 2014. The measure would allow insurance companies to continue selling policies to their current customers in 2014 that were in effect as of October 1, 2013.
Capps led a letter to California Health and Human Services Secretary Diana Dooley and Covered California Executive Director Peter Lee urging them to implement President Obama’s administrative fix that gives consumers the option to renew their 2013 health plans in 2014, without change.