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Capps joined many of her colleagues to demand that the House of Representatives vote on a comprehensive immigration reform bill.
Capps announced that NEXT Energy Technologies in Goleta has been awarded two separate grants totaling $1.75 million.
Capps partnered with groups to bring the HBO documentary film Valentine Road to Capitol Hill.
Capps announced that the Housing Authorities of the City of Santa Barbara and County of Santa Barbara received grants totaling $1.48 million
Capps announced that the Housing Authority of the City of San Luis Obispo received a grant of $231,470
Capps announced that the Housing Authority of the City of San Buenaventura received a grant of $973,082
Capps sent a letter to President Obama urging him to sign an executive order banning federal contractors from engaging in employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Capps spoke out against the derailment of legislative efforts to permanently fix the Medicare Sustainable Growth Policy (SGR), a flawed provider reimbursement system that has created instability in the Medicare provider network.
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.