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Capps announced she is seeking entries for the 2014 annual Congressional Art Competition.
Capps voted against a fundamentally flawed bill that, instead of addressing the critical need for comprehensive immigration reform, attacks the authority of the President’s executive power to help fix our broken system.
Capps voted against the so-called “Electricity Security and Affordability Act,” which would strip the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to develop and implement carbon emissions rules for new coal-fired power plants
Capps, Takano, 22 House Colleagues Urge Obama Administration to Leverage Meaningful Use Program to Reduce Health Disparities
Capps and colleagues send letter expressing their support for leveraging health information technology advances to reduce health disparities.
Capps launches bipartisan Congressional Cut Flower Caucus with Congressman Duncan Hunter
Capps released statement on the announcement that Chained CPI will not be included in President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2015 budget proposal
Capps announced she is co-sponsoring legislation to keep healthcare costs fair
Capps announced the United States Department of Agriculture will make $20 million available for agricultural water conservation.
Capps wrote to U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement expressing concern over their proposed new facility in the City of Santa Maria.
Capps hailed passage of the final bipartisan agreement on the Farm Bill