More on Make it in America
SACRAMENTO — A California congressman wants to tighten controls on school districts purchasing imported foods for lunches.
“Make It In America” Advocates, Reps. Garamendi, Lipinski and Matsui, Applaud Withdrawal of Request for Waiver from Buy America Requirements
New legislation would increase accountability and transparency for the “Buy American” provisions of the National School Lunch Act
Congressman Garamendi Hosts His Manufacturing Advisory Committee at Altec for a Conversation on Training and Expanding the Local Workforce
Congressman Garamendi spoke to classes about his duties and responsibilities as a Congressman and touched on Congress's role in helping students with mental illness, regionalized vocational training, college affordability and more.
National Manufacturing Day was recognized at one of Woodland’s more iconic industrial operations Friday.
Manufacturing Day tours included Pacific Coast Producers, a tomato processing plant; Dr. McDougall's Right Foods, a health food producer; and TacSense, a pioneer in the industry of ultrasensitive and flexible sensors
Congressman John Garamendi, the Ranking Member (leading Democrat) on the House Subcommittee on the Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation, delivered an address on America’s maritime preparedness and future challenges in international waters
At Garamendi’s Transportation Forum, Regional Transportation Leaders Identify Concerns that Need Federal and State Action
This morning, Congressman John Garamendi, a Member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, hosted a Transportation Forum featuring a number of local transportation decision makers and experts.
Congressman Garamendi, Sutter County Supervisors, Live Oak Councilmembers Explain How $10 Million TIGER Grant will Transform Live Oak at City Hall Presentation
Today, Congressman John Garamendi (D-Fairfield, Davis, Yuba City, CA) joined Sutter County Supervisors, Live Oak City Councilmembers, CalTrans Director Amarjeet Benipal, local city leaders, and dozens of community members announcing the $10 million Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) competitive grant awarded to the Live Oak Streetscape Project last week.