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Growing up, my mom and dad relentlessly emphasized hard work and a good education as key to a better future.
Far too often, local voices have been overlooked when it comes to planning transportation projects.
There’s a lot that can and should be done, not just in terms of elections administration with respect to the voting rights, but the protections of voters themselves.
Throughout his upbringing and time as a public servant, Xavier Becerra has shown his passion for people and his commitment to improving the lives of those he serves.
Improving food security is critical in ensuring that higher education opportunities remain accessible for all.
Immigrant essential workers are integrated into our communities and clearly into our workforce.
Our public lands are one of our state’s greatest gifts – from the San Gabriel Mountains, to the Central Coast, and through Northwestern California’s forests and rivers.
I’ll continue working to ensure that everyone – regardless of their background – is treated with the dignity and respect that they deserve.
Millions of Americans and businesses rely on the Postal Service to deliver our medicine, ballots, and retail goods – securely and on time. The Postal Service deserves our full support.
It isn’t life, liberty and pursuit of happiness for some – it is declared for all of us. So let’s celebrate America by defending the right to vote – for every eligible citizen, everywhere in America.
Once-in-a-generation weather events are now becoming a regular occurrence. Whether it be public safety power shutoffs or electric system failures due to extreme weather events, we must invest in grid resilience and modernization in order to keep the power on in impacted communities.
For years, the Postal Service has been saddled with misguided financial requirements. Eliminating these burdens will allow us to invest in the long-term strength and stability of the Postal Service.
Recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic must address inequities facing Native Americans.
Working class communities, like the one I grew up in, have long felt the disproportionate and cumulative impacts of pollution.
Every American should have access to clean, safe drinking water.
Rooting out white supremacists and right-wing extremists is a challenge that local law enforcement agencies, and even the U.S. military, is facing all across this nation.
For too long, our immigration system has failed to live up to the ideals and principles our nation was founded on.
We cannot sell out our public lands for destructive fossil fuel development that pollutes our air, water, and land.
It is unacceptable that so many students who are juggling school, work, and family life are also going hungry.
No one who works a full-time job should live in poverty. It’s that simple. We must stand on the side of hard-working Americans.
Investing in resilience and sustainability programs is essential to stretching our limited water resources, ensuring safe drinking water for at-risk communities, and adapting to climate change.
An accurate census is critical to our democracy and to our economy. It underpins fair representation in government and allows us to ensure that our communities receive equitable funding for schools, roads, health care, and much more.
I’m proud to join my colleagues in introducing the BUILD GREEN Infrastructure and Jobs Act. This critical legislation will not only invest in clean energy and improve transportation, but it will also prioritize projects in underserved communities and create good-paying jobs for the American people.
Our neighborhood had more than its share of challenges, from poverty to crime to unhealthy air. It may not have been the safest neighborhood, but my mom felt blessed that we had the sanctuary of a backyard. And we had a strong sense of community.
Urban Indian Organizations are a lifeline to Native Americans living in urban areas across California.
Some of the most striking revelations in the aftermath of the January 6th insurrection here in the Capitol, were reports that some members of the Capitol Police were sympathetic to the insurrectionists.
For voters whose work schedule does not allow them to wait in line to vote, the denial of vote by mail and early voting denies the opportunity to vote altogether.
I supported the American Rescue Plan because it recognized we need a comprehensive approach to our economic recovery.
Dignity, respect, and citizenship for essential workers is personal for me and in the best interest of our country.
While no state has more at stake in immigration policy than California, the entire nation stands to benefit from thoughtful immigration reform.
Republicans and Democrats know Xavier Becerra to be a thoughtful leader who is always willing to listen to both sides.
Immigrants are critical to our strength in every essential industry, from agriculture and education to health care, domestic work, construction, food processing, technology, and many more.
Throughout his career, Xavier Becerra has always fought to improve the lives of his constituents.
We all have a right for our voices to be heard, not stifled.
As a first-generation college student, I know the hurdles that far too many people face in accessing quality, affordable higher education.
There’s no question about it: the climate crisis is happening now and we need bold action to address it – and that includes investing in electric transportation and rebuilding our infrastructure.