An attack ad against Central Coast Congressman Jimmy Panetta has been making the rounds, both on TV and socialthe ad leaves several things unclear, like who's running the ad, why, and what any of that has to do with Jimmy Panetta.
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Californians are increasingly faced with housing insecurity as 47 percent of our state’s voters say they cannot find an affordable place to live, according to a recent Quinnipiac poll. Clearly, the lack of an affordable housing supply is one of the root causes of high housing costs in California.
Naomi Earp, the Agriculture deputy assistant secretary for civil rights, who ran into trouble trying to get the Senate to confirm her as assistant secretary, has won the ire of Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, who chairs the House Agriculture Nutrition, Oversight and Department Operations Subcommittee.
Information provided by the Office of Congressman Jimmy Panetta.
On Dec. 4, Congressman Jimmy Panetta (CA-20) introduced the California Central Coast Conservation Act, which works to establish a moratorium on all new oil and gas leasing on federal public land in the region.
SANTA CRUZ — Rep. Jimmy Panetta is hoping to pump the brakes on a federal plan opening up more than 720,000 acres of Central Coast land to new oil and gas drilling.
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After the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control told consumers on Thursday not to eat romaine lettuce from the Salinas Valley in California due to illnesses from E. coli O157, the head of the California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement (LGMA) and Rep.
MONTEREY — A 30-second spot from a labor union with members in the hotel, food service, laundry, warehouse and casino gaming industry places a local member of Congress in a negative light and has many wondering what it means.
Courtesy of Congressman Jimmy Panetta’s Office:
Congressman Jimmy Panetta (CA-20) released the following statement after speaking with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response, Frank Yiannas about the ongoing investigation into an E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce:
WATSONVILLE — After 25 years of the Santa Cruz County Community Assessment Project, leaders are still calling the community to “achieve well-being for all.”