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SALINAS, CA – Congressman Jimmy Panetta (D-CA-20) today welcomed co-founder and co-chair of his Agriculture Research Caucus, Congressman Rodney Davis (R-IL-13) to the central coast of California.
SANTA CRUZ — When organizers began to plan Santa Cruz’s first Martin Luther King Jr. march, it was unclear how many people would come.
SANTA CRUZ >> Adriana Gonzalez, 25, was nervous about her invitation to President Donald Trump’s inaugural State of the Union address Tuesday in Washington.
Hartnell College was honored to host a press conference with special guest Congressman Jimmy Panetta Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at Steinbeck Hall, to provide students and the community with the latest information on efforts to pass permanent legislation in Washington D.C. to provide lasting immigration relief to keep families together and allow Dreamers a path to citizenship.
Congressman Jimmy Panetta's (D-Carmel) office announced over $76.96 million in federal grants dispersed around the Central Coast in 2017. Of that, the lion’s share, more than $54.09 million, went to Monterey County. Santa Cruz County collected some $16.85 million, San Benito County received less than $3.47 million, and Santa Clara County $2.56 million.
WATSONVILLE — City officials welcomed state and federal legislators Friday morning, asking for their help with a variety of issues affecting Watsonville.
SALINAS, Calif. - A dreamer, who goes to Hartnell College, is heading to Washington to see the State of the Union in person.
On Jan. 19, on the eve of the recent federal government shutdown, federal employees were uncertain. A tweet from the Presidio of Monterey read, “Presidio of Monterey is currently in the planning and preparation stages for a potential furlough. We are focused on our civilian workforce family. More info to come as needed. ‘Hope for the best, prepare for the worst.’”