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Congresswoman Capps issued the following statement today after voting against the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2014.
Capps congratulated Goleta resident Paul Petrich on being honored as the 2013 National Marine Sanctuary Foundation Volunteer of the Year for his volunteer work with the Channel Islands Naturalist Corps.
Capps sent a letter to eight executive agencies urging them to protect surviving spouses from foreclosure.
Capps released the following statement in response to announcement from the California Professional Firefighters that 57 civilian firefighters at Vandenberg will face furloughs
Capps announced that EndoCole LLC, a medical device company in Santa Barbara, has been awarded a $144,150 grant from the National Cancer Institute’s Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR).
Cappsvoted against H.R. 1911, legislation that would increase the cost of college by allowing the interest rates of federal student loans to be determined by the market and vary widely.
Capps applauded Covered California’s release of the 13 individual and family health plans that will be available in California’s health insurance marketplace starting in January 2014.
Capps introduced legislation that would address the negative health effects related to climate change by supporting research, surveillance, planning, and interagency coordination to develop national plan for action.
Capps led 35 of her colleagues in the California Congressional Delegation in detailing their top priorities in the upcoming Farm Bill
Capps highlighted her request to the House Appropriations Committee to fully fund the Operation Stonegarden program at $50 million in the next fiscal year to help offset the costs incurred by Central Coast law enforcement as they combat panga smuggling off the coastline.