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Capps Highlights New Report Demonstrating How Ryan Budget and Medicare Voucher Plan Will Increase Costs for Central Coast Seniors
"Today’s report is further evidence that the Ryan plan to voucherize Medicare would be devastating for Central Coast seniors, forcing them to pay more out of pocket for less health care."
Encourages Central Coast Seniors and Their Families to Review Plans Now
This sudden spike in gas prices is incredibly hard on on folks on the Central Coast. We’ve seen energy markets manipulated in the past by Enron and others and it’s important to make sure it isn’t happening again.
As a mother, grandmother, and school nurse, I have made our kids a priority during my time in Congress. It’s an honor to be recognized by First Focus Campaign for Children.
The Central Coast Volunteer Veterans Shuttle, in collaboration with the VA, will begin offering volunteer shuttle service for veterans with appointments at the Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo VA clinics.
Capps Applauds USDA Decision to Protect Affordable Housing and Economic Development Funding for Atascadero, Paso Robles, Morro Bay, Nipomo, and Carpinteria
"This is great news for our rural communities on the Central Coast that can continue to apply for critical rural development funds."
"The continued progress on our efforts to improve the safety of rental cars is wonderful news and gets us that much closer to success."
Capps Continues Work to Protect Affordable Housing and Economic Development Funding for Atascadero, Paso Robles, Morro Bay, Nipomo, and Carpinteria
The USDA Rural Development program supports a wide range of affordable housing, economic development, and critical infrastructure projects in rural areas through grants, loans, and technical assistance.
Capps Announces Federal Funding for Santa Barbara County Fire Department For Life-Saving Defibrillators
Grant will be used to purchase 25 defibrillators for front line vehicles. Fire trucks can be the first responders on the scene of a fire or other emergencies, and ensuring they are equipped with defibrillators will help save lives.
"As the VA continues its efforts to prevent, detect, and treat PTSD, TBI, and substance abuse, it’s important that we ensure additional support systems are in place to help our veterans get help when they need it."