John In The News
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- President-elect Donald Trump has done something that hasn't been done in 40 years--he spoke with the president of Taiwan. Now all eyes are on China, waiting for what's expected to be a negative reaction.
New legislation is in the works to help 10,000 California National Guard soldiers from having to repay reenlistment bonuses as they marched off to war.
Congressman John Garamendi has introduced the “American Food for American Schools” Act in an effort to bring more more accountability and transparency to the “Buy American” provisions of the National School Lunch Act.
FAIRFIELD — Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s order to stop the Pentagon from reclaiming re-enlistment bosses to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan got support Wednesday from Rep. John Garamendi.
The California National Guard says it welcomes attention to the predicament of nearly 10,000 soldiers ordered to repay enlistment bonuses a decade after signing up to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Congressman John Garamendi, D-Solano, was on a mission Wednesday to learn more about policing and policies.
The annual Women of the Year Awards Ceremony was held Thursday at Woodland Community College, where dozens of women from throughout the Third Congressional District received awards.
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.
Clifford Curry has a new leather jacket – and a new brother. The 79-year-old Vietnam veteran (1966-69), who had recently been living in his car for more than three months, was at the 15th annual North Bay Stand Down where he met Henry Nunes, 47, a Vallejo native and a Gulf War veteran (1987-90) who served on the USS Enterprise.