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Capps applauded the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for issuing a rule to protect widows and widowers from losing their homes.
Bill introduced to protect workers and consumers from chemicals that the President’s Cancer Panel has indicated could be causing “grievous harm.”
UCSB researchers received nearly $1.5 million to research strategies to reduce the incidence of schistosomiasis, a major human tropical disease.
Statement on the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby
Capps called on the House Majority to stop blocking immigration reform legislation from coming to a vote on the House floor.
Capps led efforts against a bill that would expand offshore drilling nationwide and specifically require new drilling off the coasts of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.
Capps hosted Dos Pueblos High School senior Anke Gladnick, the winner of the 2014 Central Coast’s annual Congressional Art Competition, on Capitol Hill.
The National Science Foundation awarded more than $1 million to researchers at UCSB to study how users might misplace trust when using smartphones.
Capps introduced new, updated domestic violence legislation aimed at reducing and preventing gun violence.
Capps released a statement in response to President Obama directing Federal agencies to develop a program to deter illegal fishing practices and fraud.