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June 21, 2019 E-Newsletter

Highlights of What I Did in Congress This Week

June 15, 2019 E-Newsletter

Highlights of What I Did in Congress This Week 

Voted YES on a Resolution Allowing the House to Enforce Its Subpoenas in the Courts

June 12, 2019 Press Release

Eshoo Leads 55 Bipartisan Members of Congress in Letter to Armed Services Committee

June 7, 2019 E-Newsletter

Weekly Report From Your Congresswoman 

Highlights of What I Did in Congress This Week

June 4, 2019 Press Release

‘PAHPA’ Combats Biodefense Threats

May 29, 2019 Press Release
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Representatives Anna G. Eshoo (CA-18) and Zoe Lofgren (CA-19) reintroduced the H-4 Employment Protection Act, legislation prohibiting the Trump Administration from revoking an Obama-era rule that extends work authorization to certain spouses of H-1B visa holders, including thousands of immigrants in Silicon Valley.
May 24, 2019 E-Newsletter

Weekly Report From Your Congresswoman

Highlights of What I Did in Congress This Week 

May 21, 2019 Press Release
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Health Subcommittee Chairwoman Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA) held a hearing on bipartisan legislative proposals to improve drug supply chain transparency for consumers and reduce costs for low-income Medicare beneficiaries.
May 17, 2019 E-Newsletter

Highlights of What I Did in Congress This Week

Bicameral Democratic Press Conference

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In The News

June 21, 2011 In The News

Casey Newton of the San Francisco Chronicle recently wrote a story about Rep. Eshoo's legislation, Next Generation Wireless Disclosure Act, to provide consumers with information about the speed, reliability, coverage zones, pricing, and the technology of "4G" plans.

June 9, 2011 In The News

NPR recently covered Rep. Eshoo's involvement in pushing the administration to order a halt to deportations of undocumented immigrants.

Congress failed to pass immigration reform when Democrats controlled the House and Senate. With Republicans holding the House, immigration activists say there's "no chance" it'll happen now.

March 7, 2011 In The News

Cathy Kelly of the Santa Cruz Sentinel reports on Rep. Eshoo's speech at the 33rd annual Valley Women's Club in Ben Lomond.

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Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto, drew laughter from the crowd by saying she had been sitting in the audience thinking the scene reminded her of a Norman Rockwell painting.

January 26, 2011 In The News

Jay Thorwaldson of the Palo Alto Weekly interviewed Rep. Eshoo about the President's State of the Union speech.

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President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech Tuesday night had a hometown ring to it for Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, she said in a post-speech interview with the Palo Alto Weekly."

January 7, 2011 In The News

Mark Matthews of ABC-7 reports on Rep. Eshoo's efforts to preserve the ban on lifetime caps (an insurance industry practice of limiting the total coverage an individual can receive on a health insurance plan over a lifetime), as Republicans attempt to repeal healthcare reform.

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December 20, 2010 In The News

The Associated Press writes about the passage of Rep. Eshoo's bill to "significantly reduce exposures to lead in drinking water."

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Congress on Friday sent President Barack Obama a bill that would significantly reduce exposures to lead in drinking water.

December 1, 2010 In The News

The Wall Street Journal reports on Rep. Eshoo's bill lowering the volume of loud television commercials, the CALM Act:

Couch potatoes of America, listen up. Congress may be just days away from turning down the volume on ear-splitting TV.

September 23, 2010 In The News

Bonnie Eslinger, of the Palo Alto Daily News, writes about Rep. Eshoo's response to notification that East Palo Alto has a high-risk natural gas pipeline:

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September 15, 2010 In The News

The Los Altos Town Crier reported on Rep. Eshoo's town halls on the 75th anniversary of Social Security:

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As talk swirls in Washington, D.C., of privatizing Social Security, Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-14th District) affirmed her unequivocal support for the 75-year-old federal government program.

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