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Congressman John Garamendi joins Kate Snow on MSNBC to talk about the latest from Oroville, and give his thoughts on Puzder's withdrawal as Labor Secretary nominee.
Last Friday, my Republican colleagues in the House of Representatives introduced a dangerous bill (HR 861) that would abolish the Environmental Protection Agency.
Congressman Garamendi Meets with Air Mobility Command’s General Everhart at Travis, Recology Composting Facility in Dixon
Yesterday, Congressman Garamendi met with General Carlton Everhart at Travis Air Force Base for a conversation on the future of the KC-46A air refueling tanker mission and visited the Recology Dixon Recycling Center to learn more about their composting facilities.
LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – This week the United States Department of Labor reported that it was offering an additional $4 million to help with the cleanup and recovery efforts for the 2015 Valley and Butte fires.
Congressman John Garamendi is happy to announce that the National Center for Sustainable Transportation (NCST), headquartered at UC Davis, received a substantial grant to continue its research into environmentally-friendly transportation solutions today.
Rep. John Garamendi traveled Wednesday to Montezuma Hills Road and a site 16 miles from Fairfield to see the future.
U.S. Representative John Garamendi (D-3rd District) traveled to Lower Lake this weekend to visit areas damaged by the Clayton Fire. He was joined by Lake County Supervisor Rob Brown. They discussed ongoing response and cleanup efforts.