John In The News
Thumbs up: Women of the year named
WASHINGTON (KGO) -- Pope Francis made history in Washington on Thursday, with a message containing something for everyone.
“The best thing that could happen would be for us to take the time to understand the implications of this,” Rep. John Garamendi, D-Calif., said in an interview Wednesday, “but my guess is that they will try to ram it into must-pass legislation, and that would be a mistake.”
There's so much trouble in the world, there will always be the need for the U-2 spy plane. That's the theory of our congressman, John Garamendi, and that's how he summed up things in an interview for a story in the last segment of a five-part series commemorating the U-2's 60th anniversary.
“When we export LNG, we need to make sure that the export of this natural asset is being conducted by American sailors on American ships. In doing so, we will revitalize America’s shipbuilding industry in a big way.”
Water recycling may be one of the most promising sources of new water for California, but you’d never know it in Washington.
Congressman John Garamendi, D-Solano, the former deputy secretary of the U.S. Interior Department and a current member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, has introduced legislation that would restrict private drones within two miles of a wildfire or airport.
Visitors to the 2016 Smithsonian Folklife Festival will explore the Basque Country’s unique language and distinct cultural heritage.
U.S. Rep. John Garamendi (D-Fairfield) pledged to amplify his ongoing work in securing more reliable funding for wildfire management as firefighters continue to battle the raging Rocky Fire and more than 20 other large blazes in California.