Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Linda Sánchez (CA-38) today released the following statement on President Trump’s misleading address to the nation on Tuesday night:
Washington, DC – House Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Linda Sánchez (CA-38) today released the following statement on an agreement with Speaker-Designate Nancy Pelosi on leadership terms for the House Democratic Caucus beginning in the 116th Congress:
Washington, DC – House Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Linda Sánchez (CA-38 today released the following statement on the election of Rep. Katherine Clark (MA-05) to be the Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus for the 116th Congress:
Washington, DC – House Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Linda Sánchez (CA-38 today released the following statement on the election of Rep. Hakeem Jeffries to be the Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus for the 116th Congress:
Washington, DC - House Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Linda Sánchez (D-CA) today released the following statement on the Senate’s vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the United States Supreme Court:
Washington, DC -House Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Linda Sánchez (D-CA) today gave the following statement during debate on the House Republican Tax Scam 2.0 legislation:
Washington, DC -House Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Linda Sánchez (D-CA) and Congressional Progressive Caucus Co-Chair Mark Pocan (D-WI) along with 29 original co-sponsors today introduced the Strengthening Social Security Act of 2018:
Washington, DC – Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Linda Sánchez today joined 65 Democratic Members of Congress to send the following statement to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell:
Norwalk, CA - House Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Linda Sánchez (CA-38) today issued the following statement after the Trump administration announced it would attempt to block states like California from adopting stricter vehicle fuel-efficiency standards:
Washington, DC – House Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Linda Sánchez led a letter with 47 bipartisan Members of Congress who represent Los Angeles County, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City, and Houston to Centers for Disease Control Director Robert Redfield urging the CDC to ensure that all jurisdictions pre-approved to receive public health crisis funding are
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