Doug LaMalfa

Doug LaMalfa

CALIFORNIA's 1st DISTRICT

LaMalfa Supports Passage of Farm Bill

2018/06/21

Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) issued the following statement after the House passed H.R. 2, the Agriculture and Nutrition Act, known as the Farm Bill.
 
LaMalfa said: “After three years of listening to the concerns and ideas of farmers not just in the North State, but across the entire country, I’m certain this Farm Bill will be good for American Agriculture. This legislation will impact nearly every American in some manner. We’ve included meaningful forestry reforms to help properly manage our public lands and curtail the spread of wildfires. We’ve included resources to boost economic growth and development in rural areas, streamlined the application process for broadband deployment on federal land, and we’re finally treating biomass as a higher priority source for renewable energy. Congress also improved the SNAP program to make it run more efficiently. SNAP will still provide a helping hand for those in need, but it’ll also assist able-bodied adults with transitioning back into the workplace. This is exactly what the program was intended for in the first place - helping people become self-sufficient. This bill is the culmination of years of listening and learning. I’m pleased with the results.”
 
Top priorities of Congressman LaMalfa included in the 2018 Farm Bill:
 
  • Gives farmers the tools they need to manage risks and stay competitive during difficult economic years.
  • Maintains and strengthens incentives for beginning farmers and ranchers.
  • Provides the Secretary of Agriculture the authority to help communities combat opioid addiction by prioritizing assistance to direct medical services where it is needed. 
  • Maintains funding for agriculture-based renewable energy with a specific focus on biomass.
  • Provides new authorities to allow the Forest Service to work with their neighbors to address wildfire threats.
  • Establishes and invests SNAP resources to assure individuals have access to a workforce and training program that will actually help to lift more people out of poverty, and ensure they have skills they need to climb the economic ladder and help them reach self-sufficiency.
    • Excluding elderly, individuals with disabilities, caregivers of young children, and pregnant mothers.
  • Improves and maintains disaster assistance programs.
  • Provides resources for the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program and Specialty Crop Research Initiative.
  • Streamlines trade promotion efforts and increases overall funding by $255 million annually.
  • Promotes and incentivizes programs to improve broadband connectivity in rural areas.
 
Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
 
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LaMalfa Supports DHS Immigration Executive Action

2018/06/21

(Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) issued the following statement after the President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order issued by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to keep undocumented immigrant families together, but continue “zero-tolerance” policy towards prosecuting illegal immigrants apprehended at the border.”
 
LaMalfa said: “I support the President’s decision to address the situation at our border with the powers of the Executive only until Congress can enact a permanent fix. We cannot revert back to the previous administration’s ‘catch and release’ policies that allowed illegal immigrants to flood through our borders unchecked – the policies that caused these problems in the first place. President Trump and Secretary Nielsen are working hard to enforce the law and strengthen enforcement at our borders while providing the best options for the wellbeing of children. I hope my Democrat colleagues in the House and Senate will join our efforts to reach a long-term solution, instead of participating in hollow political posturing.”
 
Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
 
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LaMalfa Recognizes Service Academy Appointments from Northern California

2018/06/18

(Richvale, CA) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) issued the following statement after honoring 5 students who received appointments to the United States Service Academies. U.S. Service Academy graduates receive a first-rate undergraduate education, equivalent to that provided by a top-tier, Ivy League school, with options to pursue advanced degrees; spend a minimum of 5 years serving their country on active duty as a military officer; and are provided with an education and experience that will offer a world of career opportunities.
 
LaMalfa said: “The opportunities that await each of these young people at their respective academies are nearly limitless. Each of these students and their families should be very proud of their accomplishment and strive to get the most out of this experience. Only at the U.S. Service Academies can you get a first-rate education while also directly serving your country, and I am confident they will represent the North State well.”
 
Congressman LaMalfa based his nominations on the recommendation of his Screening Committee, which is responsible for reviewing their files, interviewing the applicants and recommending a slate of nominees. The following students received appointments from the Congressman’s nominations:
 
Nathan Matalavage- Chico
U.S. Naval Academy
 
Regan Heppe- Nevada City
U.S. Air Force Academy
 
Savannah Feagin- Shasta Lake
U.S. Military Academy
 
Isabel Clark- Auburn
U.S. Air Force Academy
 
Richard Von Brandt- Susanville
U.S. Air Force Academy
 
Rep. LaMalfa with U.S. Service Academy Appointees (left to right) Nathan Matalavage, Regan Heppe, Savannah Feagin, & Isabel Clark (Not pictured: Richard Von Brandt).
 
Any student with a strong desire to serve our nation as an officer in the United States Armed Forces is invited to contact Congressman LaMalfa in the spring of their junior year. Please visit his website www.lamalfa.house.gov for his nomination application and instructions. You may also call his Oroville District office and speak with his U.S. Service Academy Advisor at (530)534-7100.
 
Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
 
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House Passes Dozens of Bills to Combat Opioid Epidemic

2018/06/12

(Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) issued the following statement after the House passed a package of bills to help combat the rising public health crisis of opioid abuse in the United States. Throughout the week, the House will also be voting on additional bills to help fight the opioid epidemic. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported that nearly 64,000 opioid deaths were recorded in the United States in 2016 alone.
 
LaMalfa said: “Addiction to opioids kills an average of 115 Americans daily. These could be family members, friends, or neighbors that suffer from opioid addiction, and it’s an epidemic that’s only getting worse. That’s why Congress is doing our part to help slow this crisis which impacts communities all across the country. The legislation we’re passing this week will help prevent illegal drugs from entering the country, change how painkillers are distributed, and make treatment for addiction easier to access, among others. These are bipartisan efforts that both the Administration and this Congress have prioritized, and we’ll continue working on legislation that can help foster real progress.”
 
For a comprehensive list of opioid bills being voted on this week, courtesy of the office of the Majority Leader, click here.
 
Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
 
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LaMalfa Secures Funding for Feather River West Levee Project

2018/06/11

(Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) issued the following statement after the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) announced $50 million in funding will be awarded to the Sutter Butte Flood Control Agency (SBFCA) for completion of the Feather River West Levee project. In addition to funding, the project also received a “New Start” designation, which will allow SBFCA to complete the last five miles of the project largely on their own.
 
The original total cost for the Feather River West Levee project was estimated at $689 million – $255 million from the federal government and $434 million from the state. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers allowed our local agency, the Sutter Butte Flood Control Agency, to complete the project mostly on their own. As a result, the project is set to be completed 6 years ahead of schedule for a total cost of only $376 million – nearly half the price. Despite the local government taking on a higher percentage of the total cost, they still saved $107 million, while the federal government saved $206 million.
 
LaMalfa said: “The Feather River West Levee Project is a perfect example of how effective our local agencies can be when given the opportunity. The Army Corps allowed the Sutter Butte Flood Control Agency to take over, and the project is nearly 50% cheaper as a result. With 36 miles of the levee project completed using only local funds, I’m pleased to announce that $50 million in federal funding has been awarded to complete the last 5 miles. This is a bipartisan achievement. I’ve worked with my colleague, Mr. Garamendi, to see this project through, and I personally met with OMB Director Mick Mulvaney to express the importance of a ‘new start’ designation, along with the great success of local funding and effort that lowered the cost for the federal government. Securing this funding was a competitive process over the last six years, and I’m very happy we now have the opportunity to improve flood protection on the Feather River.”
 
SBFCA’s Board Chairman Steve Lambert said: “Over the past six years, Congressman LaMalfa has made it his mission to fight for greater flood protection along the Feather River. His efforts were instrumental in securing the necessary federal permits to initiate construction in 2013. Today's announcement caps off those efforts by providing the federal cost share to complete the federal project. The process to secure these funds was highly competitive and the realization of these funds is a testament to Congressman LaMalfa's effectiveness in Washington. Thank you Congressman for making the safety of our community a priority.”
 
Rep. LaMalfa at the Sutter Butte Flood Control Agency Dedication Ceremony over the weekend.
 
Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
 
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House Passes Energy and Water, Legislative Branch, and Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Act

2018/06/08

(Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) issued the following statement after the House passed H.R. 5895, the Energy and Water, Legislative Branch, and Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Act. LaMalfa ensured language was included in the bill to prohibit permits for the dredged or fill material from normal farming, ranching, or irrigation activities.
 
LaMalfa said: “This package of appropriations bills helps us expand energy independence by increasing funding for important DOE projects while also allocating more funding to improve our water resources infrastructure. This legislation prioritizes our national security by increasing America’s nuclear deterrence and cyber security capabilities. Here at home, we’re investing in projects to advance American competitiveness and repealing the onerous Waters of the U.S. rule, which never should’ve existed in the first place. In order to benefit our veterans, the VA will now receive more funding than ever before, but we’re also improving oversight to make sure those funds are properly used to give our veterans the level of care they deserve. This is a good appropriations bill that helps move forward our priorities.”
 
Highlights:
  • Increases funding for Department of Energy (DOE) nuclear weapon security programs.
  • Increases funding for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by $451 million to improve America’s water resources infrastructure.
  • Increases DOE funding to advance America’s energy independence.
  • Repeals the onerous Waters of the U.S. rule.
  • Increases funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) by $3.9 billion.
  • Provides $71.2 billion for VA medical care.
  • Increases funding to rebuild military infrastructure to improve America’s national security and improve military efficiency.
 
More information courtesy of the House Appropriations Committee:
Energy and Water section, click here.
Military Construction and Veterans Affairs section, click here.
 
Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
 
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House Passes Water Resources Development Act of 2018

2018/06/06

(Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) issued the following statement after the House passed H.R. 8, the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2018. The bill passed by a margin of 408-2.
 
LaMalfa said: “The passage of this bipartisan WRDA bill today ensures continued predictability and stability for the development of our water infrastructure. Importantly, this bill achieves tangible results while being fiscally responsible. $100 billion in stagnant Army Corps of Engineers projects will be reviewed – releasing funding for projects that are deemed no longer useful or outdated and reinvesting it into new projects. We’ve cleared the way for vital water infrastructure projects to move forward while increasing the role of local shareholders, creating jobs and growing the economy around the country and in the North State. This bill won’t solve all of our problems, but I’m pleased with the consistent improvements it delivers.”
 
Highlights of WRDA 2018:
  • Authorizes locally driven, but nationally vital, investments in our Nation’s water resources infrastructure.
  • Strengthens economic growth and competitiveness, helps move goods throughout the country and abroad, and protects our communities.
  • Follows the transparent process Congress established under the 2014 reforms for considering proposed Army Corps of Engineers activities.
  • Builds upon previous reforms of the Corps to further accelerate the process for moving projects forward more efficiently and at lower cost.
  • Upholds Congress’ constitutional duty to provide for infrastructure and facilitate commerce for the Nation.
 
Rep. LaMalfa speaks on the House floor to urge passage of the Water Resources Development Act of 2018. [YouTube]
 
Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
 
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LaMalfa Announces Winner for Congressional Art Competition

2018/05/30

(Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) congratulated Isabella McMurry for winning this year’s Congressional High School Art Competition representing California’s 1st Congressional District. Her piece, titled “I am Columbia” will be displayed in the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. for one year. Isabella attends Inspire School of Arts and Sciences in Chico, California.
 
LaMalfa said: “Congratulations to Isabella for winning this year’s Congressional Art Competition, and thank you to the many talented high school students who participated. My office received many deserving submissions, but Isabella’s artwork, I am Columbia, perfectly represents our theme, America the Beautiful. I look forward to seeing it displayed in the U.S. Capitol for all to admire.”
 
The winner of this year’s Congressional Art Competition for California’s 1st District, I am Columbia by Isabella McMurry.
 
Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
 
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House Passes National Defense Authorization Act

2018/05/24

(Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) issued the following statement after the House passed H.R. 5515 the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2019. This legislation increases funding to rebuild the military and provides the largest pay raise for our troops in 9 years (2.6%).
 
“This NDAA is focused on increasing readiness of our military and taking care of our most valuable assets – our troops. The steady decline of our armed forces under the previous administration is well-documented. Now, we’re continuing the revitalization we started last year by investing in our soldiers and providing them with the necessary equipment to get the job done. We’re also investing in critical missile defense and nuclear deterrence programs that will substantially improve our national defense capabilities. In order for America to continue as the most prosperous country in the world, our military must be ready to defend us from any and all threats. This legislation gives them the tools to do so.”
 
Rep. LaMalfa speaks on the House floor to urge timely passage of the NDAA for fiscal year 2019 in the Senate. [YouTube]
 
Highlights of the NDAA for fiscal year 2019:
 
  • Supports necessary increase in topline funding to support our troops and readiness recovery consistent with President Trump's commitment to rebuild the military.
  • Pay raise of 2.6% for our troops - Largest in 9 years. 
  • Increase the size of Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Naval and Air Reserve, as well as Air Guard.
  • Makes major reforms in Pentagon bureaucracy and streamlines buying practices. 
  • Increases funding to rebuild our military and support readiness recovery:
    • Increases funding for training in each of the Services;
    • $18.6 billion to begin to rehabilitate and replace worn out Army equipment;
    • $39.5 billion to begin to overcome the crisis in military aviation by getting more aircraft in the air;
    • $36.0 billion to restore America’s strength at sea;
    • $23.3 billion to sustain, repair and rebuild crumbling military buildings and other infrastructure.
  • Makes critical investments in missile defense and our nuclear deterrent, which is the cornerstone of our national security.
  • Makes key investments in other critical military capabilities to confront aggression and address threats around the world, including threats from Russia, China, North Korea and Iran.
  • Authorizes funding for co-development and co-production of missile defense and weapon systems with our key ally Israel.  
  • Advances innovative technologies that will reform the way we will fight and win wars.
 
A full summary of H.R. 5515 from the House Armed Services Committee can be found here.
 
Included in the bill was an amendment by Rep. LaMalfa requesting the United States Air Force (USAF) halt rehabilitation of the Over-The-Horizon Backscatter (OTHB) Rader Site located in Modoc National Forest in Modoc County, CA. The site has not been active since 1991 and is being returned to the original condition of the land prior to the USAF leasing it. Halting this process would save taxpayer money, save USAF resources, and allow Modoc County to use existing infrastructure for economic development purposes.
 
Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
 
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LaMalfa Testifies Before International Trade Commission on Behalf of California Ripe Olive Industry

2018/05/24

(Washington, DC) – On Thursday, Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) testified at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) hearing regarding the California ripe olive industry and the damage being done by dumping of ripe olives from Spain. Last year, Congressman LaMalfa led a bipartisan letter to Department of Commerce Secretary Ross in support of the U.S. ripe olive industry’s import relief petition against unfairly traded ripe olives from Spain.
 
A transcript of Congressman LaMalfa’s testimony reads as follows:
 
Madam Chair, Members of the Commission,
 
        Thank you for the opportunity to testify on behalf of the California ripe olive industry in connection with the Commission’s injury investigation in the antidumping and countervailing duty action against ripe olives from Spain.  I am Congressman Doug LaMalfa, Representative of the 1st District of California.  My District, located in the northeastern corner of California, is rich in agriculture -- from fruits, to tree nuts, to olives, to cattle, and many other products.  Table olives are particularly prevalent in the Tehama, Glenn, and Butte counties of my District running along the Sacramento River Valley.
 
        Members of the Commission, the California ripe olive processors and nearly 900 table olive growers that crisscross the warm inland valleys of California represent everything cherished about American agriculture.  A great many of the ripe olive orchards are multi-generational farms, powered by hard-working American farmers and their families.  The processors and growers in the industry are justifiably proud that their California ancestors invented the ripe olive processing method and, over the course of more than a century, turned ripe olives into a product widely identified as native to California.  The industry is equally proud of the US institutional and retail markets they built through ingenuity and sweat over many generations.
 
        This commendable sector of American agriculture is now at risk.  The California ripe olive industry has watched with growing concern in recent years as unfairly subsidized and dumped Spanish ripe olives have taken their customers, first in the US institutional segment and more recently in the retail segment.  These customers -- built by the California industry, not the Spanish industry -- are being lost one after another to unreasonably low Spanish prices. 
 
        Having worked closely with this industry since I took office in 2013, I can assure you that every facet of the industry, from grower to processor to allied sectors, believes that without trade relief, the US ripe olive sector will cease to exist.  This industry has no place else to turn.  Unlike their Spanish competitors, the US producers receive no government support.  Virtually all their sales are made in the US market.  That a relatively small sector of American agriculture, comprised almost entirely of small- and medium-sized entities, would incur the extraordinary demands and expense of US import relief proceedings itself speaks volumes about their survival fears.
 
        Literally thousands of jobs depend on the continued success of the California ripe olive industry, not just in my District and State, but throughout the United States -- from shipping companies, to agrochemical suppliers, to olive farm laborers, to the local stores and restaurants where workers shop and eat.  These and countless other related US jobs may be lost if the Commission declines to accord the relief the US ripe olives industry so critically needs. 
 
        For the sake of this century-old American industry, and thousands of US jobs, I ask the Commission to confirm material injury by reason of Spanish imports and put the US ripe olive industry on a path to recovery so it can thrive again in a fair marketplace as it has before.
       
Thank you, Members of the Commission, for this opportunity to testify.
 
Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
 
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Rep. LaMalfa Supports Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

2017-11-03 18:50:08


LaMalfa Speaks in Support of the Resilient Federal Forests Act

2017-11-01 22:24:21


LaMalfa, Westerman, Western Members of Congress Hold Press Conference on Wildfire Threat

2017-10-05 20:54:01


Rep. LaMalfa Urges Support for the Guides and Outfitters Act

2017-10-03 18:20:43


LaMalfa Speaks on Emergency Funding for Hurricane Harvey and Wild Fires in the West

2017-10-03 18:21:12


LaMalfa Pushes Federal Agencies to Stop Marijuana Grows on Public Lands

2017-10-03 18:21:27


LaMalfa at Ag Hearing: Expanding Rural Access to Broadband

2017-03-31 16:13:26


LaMalfa Speaks in Support of the HONEST Act

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Contact Information

322 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-3076
Fax 202-226-0852
lamalfa.house.gov

Doug LaMalfa is a fourth generation rice farmer and business owner who has lived in Northern California all his life. He and his wife, Jill, along with their four children make their home on the family farm in Richvale. Doug attended local schools and grew up learning the value of hard work and community service.

Doug earned his degree in Ag/Business from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. He now manages the family farming business originally founded by his great-grandfather in 1931.

Doug is a strong voice for the North State’s agriculture and resources based economy and for the first district’s farms and businesses.

A conservative leader, Doug LaMalfa has opposed increasing taxes and is a stalwart defender of California’s Proposition 13. With a proven record of fighting on behalf of working families, Doug believes that taxpayers know better than bureaucrats and politicians how to spend and invest their own hard-earned money.

Doug is a strong supporter of private property rights and the author of a Constitutional Amendment to protect Californians against eminent domain abuse.

Water is the North State’s most precious natural resource and Doug LaMalfa believes in protecting our water rights and developing more water storage. He has continually advocated for increasing California’s water supply, supporting planned projects such as Sites Reservoir and the Auburn Dam. Doug has been a leader in opposing burdensome environmental regulations that place fairy shrimp and fish ahead of human needs.

Agriculture and Forestry have been the backbone of northern California’s economy for generations and Doug LaMalfa has made it a priority to educate his fellow Representatives on the importance of resource industries and the beneficial stewardship they provide. Doug successfully authored and passed California’s Forest Fire Protection Act of 2004 to allow landowners to make their rural lands fire-safe.

Doug LaMalfa’s firm beliefs are that government should do no harm and that limited government means government should do only what people cannot do for themselves, in the most efficient manner possible.


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