Federal Investment Provides Critical Resources to Support Early Education, Nutrition for Children of Farmworkers
WASHINGTON – Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) today announced that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will invest $2,334,992 to help continue Migrant Head Start programs in the Central Valley.
More than 1,500 Swamp Rats Caught Since 2018 – Over 500 Since May
WASHINGTON – After Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) led an effort to make California eligible to receive federal funding to eradicate invasive nutria, the House of Representatives passed legislation that allows the state to apply for millions of dollars in federal funding to combat the pest.
WASHINGTON – As the federal program designed to supplement unemployment benefits paid through states is set to end this weekend, Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) is encouraging leaders in Washington to collaborate on an immediate, bipartisan solution. Without additional assistance, thousands of people in Rep.
Fair Cancellations Could Result in Permanent Closures, Sale of Fairgrounds
Modesto, CA – In response to concerns from county and state fair leaders, Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) is introducing the Protecting Fairs During Coronavirus Act.
School Reopening Plans in Chaos as Governor Orders Closures, Local Districts Scramble to Amend Plans
Harder Continues to Receive Questions from Parents in His District
Scams Have Doubled Since Beginning of Pandemic – Including Attempts to Steal Stimulus Checks, Unemployment Benefits, Personal Information
WASHINGTON – In response to the explosion of scams during the Coronavirus Pandemic, Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) introduced the Protecting Seniors from Scams Act, which would help Congress and federal regulators crack down on fraud committed against senior citizens during national emergencies.
Task Force to Focus on Addressing Disproportionate Virus Rates Among Latino Community
Approximately Seventy Percent of Positive Cases in Harder’s District are Latino
Harder’s Fair Care for Vietnam Veterans Act Would Guarantee Benefits to Tens of Thousands of Veterans Left out of Existing Agent Orange Exposure Program
30+ Veterans Groups Support Effort to Include Harder’s Bill
Harder’s Grandfather, A Vietnam Veteran, Died of a Heart Attack after Exposure to Agent Orange
Harder Supported Passage of PPP Legislation in March
Program Accepting Additional Applications through August 8th
Worth Over $100 Million Annually, California Export Market Threatened by Unequal Playing Field; Could Worsen with Future Deal
Over 50 Members of Congress Join Effort