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Congressman Garamendi Congratulates UC Davis on Recognition as the Best Agricultural Teaching and Research University in the World
For decades, UC Davis, a historic land-grant university, has developed cutting-edge farm practices, research, and local partnerships.
Ending preventable flight delays is good, but Congress also needs to prevent the draconian cuts to our nation’s defense, research, Head Start, and children’s health care that are already causing alarm among families in my district.
"I am proud to serve on the American Sikh Caucus, where I can amplify the voice of my many Sikh constituents and work to ensure every American has an equal opportunity to succeed,” said Congressman Garamendi.
Congressman John Garamendi Wishes the Sikh Community a Joyous Vaisakhi with Congressional Resolution
"I would like to wish Sikhs celebrating in California, across America, and around the world a joyous Vaisakhi. This festival embodies values that we all share, especially service and dedication to the well being of others," said Garamendi.
"Our first priority as Representatives must be creating more American jobs. We can do this by improving education, research & infrastructure. The very first step though is simple: when the government invests in public works projects that money should go toward employing American workers."
This budget provides a balanced path that strengthens our economy while responsibly reducing the deficit. There is much to admire in this plan, but I have deep reservations about the proposed change in Social Security policy.
“Pay discrimination is unjust. It tears at our families and our communities. Nationwide, women earn only 77 cents for every dollar earned by men, despite the fact that the Equal Pay Act will mark its 50th anniversary in June."
Continuing a listening tour with major industries in the 3rd District, Congressman Garamendi today met with his Manufacturing Advisory Committee, with close to 40 leaders from industry, labor, national labs, academia, and state and federal agencies in attendance.
During the 90 minute conversation with close to 60 farmers and agriculturalists, issues as wide ranging as agriculture research, California water policy, organic crops, food assistance, regulations, immigration, and flood protection were raised
“I encourage all 3rd District high school students with an interest in art to submit a work. Who knows? The next Picasso or Georgia O'Keeffe may be a Northern California high school student waiting to blossom.”