WASHINGTON — Today, Congressman Josh Harder (CA-10) called on the federal government to immediately clarify when and if a mass vaccination site will be coming to the Central Valley. In his afternoon press conference just now, Gov.
WASHINGTON — Today, Congressman Josh Harder (CA-10) backed a new amendment in the COVID-19 relief package currently moving through Congress as a huge win for Valley families. Under this new amendment, anyone who has received unemployment benefits will not be taxed for the first $10,200 of the money they received in 2020.
WASHINGTON — Today, Congressman Josh Harder (CA-10) sent a letter to Ambassador Taranjit Singh Sandhu, Indian Ambassador to the United States, to urge him to support restarting talks between the Indian government and its farmers. In the letter, Rep.
WASHINGTON — Tonight, Congressman Josh Harder (CA-10) voted to pass H.R. 1, the For the People Act, in an effort to end Washington’s culture of corruption. Among its many provisions, is Harder-authored text that requires registered lobbyists to disclose their title and clients whenever they make contact with a member of the Legislative or Executive Branch.
WASHINGTON — Today, Congressman Josh Harder (CA-10) announced that the Save Stanislaus COVID Intervention Program has received a $158,293 grant dedicated to providing critical and immediate help to local small businesses harmed by the pandemic.
WASHINGTON — Today, Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) announced that his office has saved constituents more than $1 million in just the first two months of his second term in Congress. This brings Harder’s total savings on behalf of his constituents to $6,166,549.
WASHINGTON — Tonight, Congressman Josh Harder (CA-10) presented Tracy Mayor Nancy Young with a statement in the Congressional Record honoring her historic election as the first Black mayor of the city. He presented the recognition via video at the Tracy City Council Meeting. Rep.
WASHINGTON — Today, Congressman Josh Harder (CA-10) announced that the Central Valley has received a $32 million grant for the Migrant Childcare Head Start program. Much of this funding will go directly to kids in San Joaquin and Stanislaus County. Rep. Harder fought to secure this funding in last year’s appropriations process.
WASHINGTON — Today, Congressman Josh Harder (CA-10) announced that more than $16 million in federal assistance is immediately available for Central Valley families struggling with rent and utility payments.
WASHINGTON — Last week, Rep. Josh Harder (CA-10) sent a letter to Acting HRSA Administrator Espinosa and CDC Director Walensky advocating Community Health Centers in his district be selected as federal partners for vaccine distribution and additionally, seek clarification regarding specific details of the program.