Washington, DC – U.S. Representatives Linda T. Sánchez (D-CA) and Mike Kelly (R-PA), members of the House Ways and Means Committee, today introduced the Working Families Relief Act (H.R. 2879) in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Washington, DC – U.S. Rep. Linda T. Sánchez (CA-38), Vice-Chair of the LGBT Equality Caucus, issued the following statement on the U.S. House of Representative passage of H.R. 5, Equality Act. This critical legislation will ensure that LGBTQ Americans are guaranteed the full protections of federal civil rights laws.
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Linda Sánchez (CA-38), Chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Immigration Task Force, today released the following statement on President Trump’s woefully inadequate immigration proposal:
Washington, DC – U.S. Representatives Linda Sánchez (D-CA) and Tom Reed (R-NY) today introduced in the House bipartisan, bicameral legislation that supports family caregivers across the country.
Washington, DC – Rep. Linda Sánchez (D-CA) and Rep. John Katko (R-NY) today along with the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and the Human Rights Campaign, introduced Safe Schools Improvement Act.
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Linda Sánchez (D-CA), a member of the Ways and Means Social Security Subcommittee, and Congressional Progressive Caucus Co-Chair Mark Pocan (D-WI) today introduced the Strengthening Social Security Act of 2019:
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Linda Sánchez (CA-38) today released the following statement calling Attorney General William Barr to resign:
Washington, DC – Reps. Linda T. Sánchez (CA-38) and Grace F. Napolitano (CA-32) have sent a letter to the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Resources requesting $100,405,000 for the U.S.
Washington, DC – The Ways and Means Committee today unanimously passed legislation which includes H.R.982, a bipartisan bill authored in the House by U.S.
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For hour after hour Wednesday, members of the House Appropriations Committee sat around tables inside a cramped room on Capitol Hill and dutifully processed amendments to bills that would spend a combined $200 billion to keep federal agencies open next year — a day after they learned those bills may never see the House floor intact.
House Democrats are putting the onus on Republicans to prevent a government shutdown.
It’s unlikely a bipartisan deal could be reached in time to meet the April 28 funding deadline, and unless an agreement is in place Democrats should vote-against a short-term stopgap measure, Democratic leaders said Thursday.
California Democrats have talked for months about resisting President Trump, and many of their constituents have demanded it, loudly. With more details about the president’s policies expected to come out in the next few weeks, the state’s congressional Democrats will get their chance to try to turn that talk into action. At least they hope.
Rep. Linda T. Sánchez is the leader of the largest Hispanic coalition in Congress, and she has ambitions to soon rise even higher in House Democratic leadership.
The California Democrat is running for vice-chair of the House Democratic Conference, a position being vacated by Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-N.Y.) at the end of the year.
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House Democrats are raring to confront the National Football League over its handling of concussions, but they may find it as tough as passing against the Denver Broncos defense.
A bipartisan pair of House members has offered legislation that would provide a tax credit for those who care for aging and disabled relatives.
The legislation is sponsored by Reps. Tom Reed (R-N.Y.) and Linda Sanchez (D-Calif.) and is supported by groups including the AARP and the American Heart Association, according to a news release issued Monday.