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Aug 18, 2017

Congressman Garamendi Joins Local Labor & Business Leaders in Celebration of New Job Training Program in Vacaville

“The Sheet Metal Apprenticeship Training Center will help a lot of workers in our region gain hands-on experience in their field, improve their craft, join a strong union, and connect with employers,” Garamendi said.

May 24, 2017

Congressman Garamendi Applauds Committee Passage of Coast Guard Authorization Act and Federal Maritime Commission Authorization Act

H.R. 2518 and H.R. 2593 will provide robust funding for the Coast Guard, support marine service providers, and support American shipbuilding

May 24, 2017

Trump budget underscores new national priorities: slashing the safety net and taxes

Even President Trump distanced himself from his inaugural budget, literally, as it was released on Tuesday while he was overseas. Republicans in Congress said they will write their own, and Democrats uniformly condemned the $4.1-trillion plan for its proposed mix of big tax cuts for the wealthy and benefits cuts for the poor and working class.

May 4, 2017

Sending out an SOS

America's merchant fleet is entering a dangerous state of decline

Mar 3, 2017

Congressman Garamendi Introduces the Energizing American Maritime Act, with Strong Support from America’s Maritime Industry

Legislation would improve American national security by requiring a percentage of exports of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and crude oil to travel on US-flagged vessels

Mar 1, 2017

To Provide Healthy Local Food in Schools, Congressmen Garamendi and LaMalfa Introduce the “American Food for American Schools” Act

New legislation would increase accountability and transparency for the “Buy American” provisions of the National School Lunch Act

Dec 9, 2016

Garamendi introduces bill to shore up U.S. maritime industry

Rep. John Garamendi, D-Solano, introduced on Thursday a House bill that would strengthen the U.S. maritime industry by requiring up to 30 percent of strategic energy exports be shipped on U.S.-flagged vessels.

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