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Capps announced that UCSB received a grant from the U.S. Department of Education to assist with ongoing mental health services following the May 2014 tragedy in IV.
Capps joined 15 of her California colleagues to introduce a bill that would help communities deal with drought conditions.
Capps, along with 433 of her colleagues, was sworn in as a member of the 114th Congress.
Capps participated in the California Grown Certification Ceremony at the Rose Bowl.
Rep. Capps announced that her bill, the TRICARE Moms Improvement Act, was signed into law by President Obama.
Capps praised President Obama for signing her bill into law.
Capps applauded five Santa Barbara County foundations that have joined the launch of Invest in US, a national campaign to invest in and expand access to high-quality early learning opportunities
Capps applauded the passage of her bill, which would designate the U.S. Post Office building in Lompoc as the Federal Correctional Officer Scott J. Williams Memorial Post Office Building.
Capps announced that researchers at UCSB received a National Science Foundation grant to study the psychological response to the threat of Ebola.
Rep. Lois Capps (CA-24) joined Cal Poly San Luis Obispo President Jeffrey D. Armstrong at the second annual White House College Opportunity Summit.