Representatives TJ Cox (CA-21) and Josh Harder (CA-10) released the following statement after the United States Bureau of Reclamation implemented the new 2019 biological opinion governing operations of the Central Valley Project and State Water Project:
Manteca, CA – Building on his commitment to accessibility, Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) will host his 20th office hours, this time in Manteca, during the upcoming district work period. Office hours are an opportunity for folks in the Central Valley to meet one-on-one with Rep.
WASHINGTON – Today Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) sent a letter to Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos urging the Secretary to reconsider reported plans to permit colleges to selectively limit students’ borrowing based on their field of study. Rep.
WASHINGTON – Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) released the following statement following President Trump’s 2021 budget proposal:
WASHINGTON – Representative Josh Harder’s (CA-10) legislation to protect workers from employers who threaten them for unionizing passed the House yesterday as part of the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act.
WASHINGTON – After the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) admitted that a “clerical error” had allowed a lapse in the official public health emergency for the opioid crisis, Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) sent a letter to the Department’s Secretary, Alex Azar, demanding answers.
WASHINGTON – Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) released the following statement after President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union Address.
“Tonight we heard a lot of the same tough talk, but talk is cheap.
WASHINGTON – Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) released the following statement in advance of President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address.
WASHINGTON – Building on their record of fighting corruption in Washington, Representatives Josh Harder (CA-10) and Max Rose (NY-11) introduced the No Pensions for Corrupt Politicians Act of 2020, which would stop criminals who served in Congress from receiving their pensions.
WASHINGTON – Representative Josh Harder’s (CA-10) bill to combat the invasion of nutria, an invasive species of giant rodent, has passed the House Natural Resources Committee with unanimous support. The bill as amended would provide $12 million to nutria-impacted states, including California.
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