More on Immigration
Capps joined many of her colleagues to demand that the House of Representatives vote on a comprehensive immigration reform bill.
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 wrote to U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement expressing concern over their proposed new facility in the City of Santa Maria.
Capps announced that she is co-sponsoring The Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act (H.R. 15), a comprehensive immigration reform bill introduced recently in the House of Representatives.
Capps spoke on the House floor about the economic benefits of comprehensive immigration reform and the contributions of immigrants to the Central Coast economy.
Capps applauded the passage of the Senate immigration bill, bipartisan legislation designed to address comprehensive immigration reform.
Congresswoman Capps issued the following statement today after voting against the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2014.