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Good public policy depends on thorough and accurate data. For over 200 years, the Census Bureau has provided Congress and other federal agencies with a demographic portrait of the United States, which enables lawmakers to determine how resources should be allocated to meet the needs of the diverse populations within our country.
A bloc of House Democrats, criticizing President Donald Trump's rhetoric on North Korea as destabilizing, is urging the administration "to adopt a strong, strategic and steady policy toward North Korea."
Rep. Jimmy Panetta (D-Salinas) has signed a petition to force the House of Representatives to consider the DREAM Act of 2017, according to a press release issued Monday.
The DREAM Act of 2017 is a bill that would permanently protect people who entered the country illegally as children, allowing them to remain and work legally in the U.S.
CONGRESSMAN JIMMY Panetta last week honored three Monterey County motorcyclists who made a journey across 21 states to carry an American flag to Arlington National Cemetery, where it will be flown over the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier next week.
National Institute of General Medical Sciences Grant Awarded to UCSC
The University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) received a federal grant totaling $377,776 per year for five years from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences to study T cell signaling.
Seaside >> At a gathering of community leaders, local business owners, engaged citizens, and government officials, an in-house poll showed that affordable housing, and health care were the most pressing topics in Monterey County.
At a meeting to discuss the impact of climate change on tourism, Republican Rep.
A WEEK after the Trump administration announced it would phase out the executive order shielding illegal immigrant children brought into the United States by their parents from deportation, the Monterey County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution to support them.
President Donald Trump’s decision last week to eliminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program sparked fear and fury across the nation, but Hollister institutions stood united.