Press Releases

Jun 1, 2017

Congressman Garamendi’s Statement on the Trump Administration Abandoning the Paris Accord on Climate Change

The world and Trump should know that California, the world's 6th biggest economy, will continue to lead in reducing greenhouse gasses.

May 30, 2017

Congressman Garamendi Submits Comments on the Department of Interior’s Review of Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument

Issues: Environment

The review was prompted by President Trump’s Executive Order ordering review of National Monument designations under the Antiquities Act.

May 25, 2017

Congressman Garamendi Statement on Appeals Court Travel Ban Ruling

“The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals made the right decision in upholding a lower court ruling that blocked the implementation of President Trump’s travel ban from six predominately Muslim countries."

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 17, 2017

Garamendi’s Statement on Appointment of Former FBI Director Robert Mueller to Serve as Special Counsel in Russia Probe

Issues: Foreign Policy

"While the special counsel and his team will probe any potential criminal violations, we need a separate public process to understand how we can protect our democracy from future meddling."

May 16, 2017

Congressman Garamendi’s Statement on Reports that President Trump Asked Former FBI Director Comey to Halt Investigation into Former National Security Advisor Flynn

Issues: Foreign Policy

“Seemingly every day, we learn a new revelation that further convinces any fair-minded observer that America must have an independent, nonpartisan investigation and a special prosecutor."

May 10, 2017

108 Students Honored at Congressional High School Art Competition

Issues: Education

Yesterday, Congressman John Garamendi (D-Davis, Fairfield, Yuba City, CA) hosted his annual Congressional High School Art Competition, featuring the works of 108 students throughout the 3rd Congressional District.

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