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Congressman Garamendi Votes Against Misguided Bill that would Defund Law Enforcement

"The recent tragedy in San Francisco underscores the need for local law enforcement and immigration enforcement to work together to make sure dangerous criminals don’t fall through the cracks. Unfortunately, this bill is not a solution. This bill would defund local law enforcement and risks damaging existing relationships between law enforcement and the immigrant communities they serve," Garamendi said.

Congressman Garamendi Applauds Opening of Yolo County Small Business Development Center

"Small businesses are America’s economic engine," said Congressman Garamendi. "In the past 10 years, small businesses have created over 65% of all new jobs in this country. This Small Business Development Center will help existing businesses and new entrepreneurs achieve their professional goals and keep our local economy strong."

Congressman Garamendi Gets Update on Travis Air Force Base Security, Talks to Travis Community Leaders

"We are in the first quarter of a trillion dollar nuclear arms race," Garamendi said. "Before we embark on these incredibly expanded nuclear weapons programs, I want to know why. By voting down my amendments for more information on the costs and risks of our nuclear weapons strategy, a majority of my colleagues in Congress would prefer we just vote yes and wallow in ignorance. I don’t like ignorance."

Congressman Garamendi Votes against Flawed Western Water Bill and Calls for Reaching Common Ground

"At its core, this bill is part of a partisan campaign that sounds like a broken record. Yet again, the House brings up legislation that tries to steal Northern California water and send it to part of the Western San Joaquin Valley. H.R. 2898 would imperil jobs in fishing, small businesses in the tourism sector, and agriculture in the Delta region while devastating the environment," Congressman Garamendi said.

Garamendi Calls for Long Term Transportation Solutions, Votes for Must Pass Short Term Stopgap

"The government that functions best is the government that prepares for the future. The GROW AMERICA Act makes a solid investment in our future transportation needs, acknowledging the reality that we are not putting enough resources behind the infrastructure that drives all aspects of our economy, from commuting to work to transporting goods. I’m proud to stand with Democratic leadership in support of the GROW AMERICA Act, and in less partisan times, H.R. 3064’s priorities would be widely acknowledged to be bipartisan and unifying," Congressman Garamendi said.

Garamendi Calls for Long Term Transportation Solutions, Votes for Must Pass Short Term Stopgap

"The government that functions best is the government that prepares for the future. The GROW AMERICA Act makes a solid investment in our future transportation needs, acknowledging the reality that we are not putting enough resources behind the infrastructure that drives all aspects of our economy, from commuting to work to transporting goods. I’m proud to stand with Democratic leadership in support of the GROW AMERICA Act, and in less partisan times, H.R. 3064’s priorities would be widely acknowledged to be bipartisan and unifying," Congressman Garamendi said.

Congressman John Garamendi’s statement on P5+1 agreement with Iran

"We can’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good. Without this deal, Iran would be able to resume development of its nuclear program without international supervision and enrich enough uranium for a bomb in as little as three months. Furthermore, if America were to simply walk away from this deal, it’s likely that the strong multilateral sanctions regime would collapse. The military option is just as bad: it would only set Iran’s program back by a few years, destabilize an already volatile region, and possibly lead to a wider military confrontation," Congressman Garamendi said.

Local Members of Congress Applaud President Obama’s Designation of Berryessa Snow Mountain Region as a National Monument

Under this designation, the region will be permanently protected, ensuring continued recreational opportunities and providing an regional economic boost, while also safeguarding the region's beauty, wildlife, rare plants, and waters – which include important sources of drinking water and irrigation for nearby communities. Additionally, all currently owned federal lands within the boundary will be united under one management plan, allowing the region to be managed more efficiently and according to the site-specific needs. 

Congressman Garamendi Votes for Medical Cures Bill that Passes House of Representatives

"The 21st Century Cures Act is a huge step forward in fighting diseases that afflict millions of Americans. It provides vital funding and reforms to accelerate the development and delivery of medical breakthroughs. We need this legislation to bring our medicines into the modern day," said Congressman Garamendi."This legislation would expand opportunities for UC Davis and researchers throughout Northern California. I want to thank Noah Coughlan and the countless other advocates for getting us to this point. I urge the Senate to send this bill to the President’s desk without delay."

Local Water Projects Clear House Following Garamendi’s Extensive Work

"The Energy and Water Appropriations Bill makes significant investments in a number of local water projects, including the Sacramento River Bank Protection, American River, Yuba River Basin, Hamilton City J-Levee, Suisun Bay Shipping Channel, Lower Cache Creek, and the Port of Stockton. Sites Reservoir’s feasibility study also moves forward in this bill," Congressman Garamendi said. "Clearly, when it comes to water appropriations, bipartisanship is still possible. It took literally hundreds of meetings and phone calls locally and in the Capitol, but long delayed water projects are finally moving forward."

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