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Jun 6, 2016

Congressman Garamendi delivers commendation to hometown hero

Congressman John Garamendi, D-Solano, stopped by David Grant Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base Friday to personally deliver a commendation from his office to Staff Sgt. Spencer Stone.

Feb 3, 2016

Subcommittee Wants Coast Guard to Look into Block Buying

As the Coast Guard embarks on its most expensive acquisition project, lawmakers are questioning what the best method of procurement should be.

Dec 3, 2015

Two Amendments by Congressman John Garamendi Adopted into House Energy Bill

Amendments would reduce likelihood of destructive and lethal oil train explosions, and require that transportation of energy be included in security evaluations

Oct 13, 2015

Garamendi urges transport of exported crude on US ships with US crews

In House Floor debate on HR702, which would allow unfettered exports of American crude, Rep. Garamendi urges provisions requiring transport of exports on American ships crewed by American mariners.

Oct 9, 2015

Congressman John Garamendi’s Statement on Crude Oil Export Ban Bill

“With this bill, the oil companies win and the American people lose,” said Garamendi.

Sep 16, 2015

Congressman Garamendi Urges Use of American Maritime Assets for Any Future Crude Oil Exports

In letter, Rep. Garamendi urges adoption of beneficial maritime asset model currently used for exports of North Slope Alaskan crude

Sep 16, 2015

Garamendi Meets with his Agricultural, Veterans & Manufacturing Advisory Committees, Hosts Davis Open House

Yesterday, Congressman John Garamendi (D-Fairfield, CA) met with three of his advisory committees that help him identify the needs of the 3rd District. He also held an open house at his Davis District Office for community members who wished to speak with the Congressman and his staff about a federal issue or to learn about services available to help them.

Jun 18, 2015

Congressman John Garamendi’s Statement on Second Trade Promotion Authority Vote

Today, Congressman John Garamendi (D-Fairfield, CA) voted no for a second time on so-called ‘Fast Track’ Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), which was inserted into an unrelated bill on public safety benefits. TPA sets the stage for the Trans-Pacific Partnership and other future trade bills by granting six years of authority for a President to negotiate trade deals and present them to Congress for an ‘up-or-down vote’ – all without any meaningful input from the people’s elected representatives in Congress.

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