Jeff Denham

Jeff Denham

CALIFORNIA's 10th DISTRICT

Denham Announces July 2016 Mobile District Office Hours

2016/06/27

WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) today announced Mobile District Office Hours for the month of July 2016. Mobile District Office Hours are an opportunity for 10th district residents to meet with the congressman and staff to hear more about his work in Washington, D.C. and the Central Valley, have their questions answered or get help with specific casework.

MDOs are hosted by staff and when possible by Rep. Denham. Staff members are available to assist 10th district residents with casework on matters including Medicare, Veteran’s Affairs, Social Security, the Internal Revenue Service and other federal legislation.

Additional information is available through Rep. Denham’s website and the schedule for the month is provided below. Regular office hours are open to the public and no appointment is necessary. Schedule is subject to change throughout the year; any alterations will be posted online. For more information, please contact Rep. Denham’s Modesto district office at (209) 579-5458.

Friday, July 1 and July 15 – Manteca
10-11 a.m.        
Manteca Chamber of Commerce
183 W. North Street #6, Manteca, CA 95336
*Held in conjunction with Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen’s office.
 
Wednesday, July 6 and July 20 – Tracy
1-2 p.m.
Tracy City Hall
333 Civic Center Plaza, Rm 216, Tracy, CA 95376
 
Friday, July 8 – Newman
9-10 a.m.
City of Newman
938 Fresno Street, Newman, CA 95360
*Held in conjunction with Senator Anthony Cannella and Assemblyman Adam Gray’s offices.
 
Friday, July 8 – Patterson
10:30 –11:30 a.m.
City of Patterson
1 Plaza, Patterson, CA 95363
*Held in conjunction with Senator Anthony Cannella and Assemblyman Adam Gray’s offices.
 
Tuesday, July 12 – Escalon
10-11 a.m.
Escalon City Hall
2060 McHenry Avenue, Escalon, CA 95320
*Held in conjunction with Senator Cathleen Galgiani and Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen’s offices.
 
Thursday, July 14 – Hughson
11-12 p.m.
City of Hughson
7018 Pine Street, Hughson, CA 95326
*Held in conjunction with Senator Tom Berryhill and Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen’s offices.
 
Thursday, July 14 – Modesto
2-3 p.m.
Housing Authority of Stanislaus County
1701 Robertson Road, Modesto, CA 95351
 
Friday, July 15 – Ceres
1-2 p.m.
State Senator Anthony Cannella’s Office
2561 Third Street, Suite A, Ceres, CA 95307
*Held in conjunction with Senator Anthony Cannella and Assemblyman Adam Gray’s offices.
 
Thursday, July 21 – Riverbank
4-5 p.m.
Riverbank City Hall
6707 3rd Street, Riverbank, CA 95367
*Held in conjunction with Senator Cathleen Galgiani and Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen’s offices.
 
Tuesday, July 26 – Ripon
1-2 p.m.
Ripon Chamber of Commerce
929 W Main Street, Ripon, CA
 
Wednesday, July 27 – Turlock
11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Turlock Chamber of Commerce Conference Room
115 S Golden State Blvd, CA 95380
 
Thursday, July 28 – Denair
10:30-11:30 a.m.
Denair Community Services District
3850 North Gratton Road, Denair, CA 95316
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Un-BEE-lievable

2016/06/24

Dear Friend,

Summer is officially here and the longest day of the year is behind us! The temperatures are getting dangerously high at home in the Central Valley, so make sure to stay hydrated and cool – here are some resources from the National Weather Service on how to prevent things like heat stroke and avoid overheating.

In case you missed it, this week is National Pollinator Week. Pollinators include important insects, such as bees and butterflies, and birds that help to maintain balance in the ecosystem as well as the agriculture sector. Especially here in the Central Valley, where we rely heavily on our ag community to support our local economy, the contributions of pollinators are invaluable. Across the world, pollinators are responsible for assisting over 80% of the world’s flowering plants. It’s important that we continue to provide protections for these insects and animals, which is why I authored the Highways BEE Act. This bill was included in the five-year transportation spending bill that was signed into law last November and encourages states and landscape architects designing highway and freeway medians to plant pollinator habitats and vegetation. 

I took some time to speak about the important contributions pollinators make to our ag community in the Valley.

I celebrated National Pollinator Week by hosting a briefing with the Congressional Pollinator Caucus, which I founded and co-chair with my friend Rep. Alcee Hastings from Florida. Along with the Pollinator Partnership and the American Society of Landscape Architects, we brought in representatives with various perspectives, including a beekeeper and a landscape architect, to discuss how we can enhance pollinator habitats. Pollinators are often unrecognized contributors to our society, so it’s important that we educate others about what they do and how we can sustain them. I spoke to attendees about my pollinator legislation, as well as the significance of pollinators to our community, which has one of the highest outputs of fruits and veggies in the country. I’m glad there continues to be interest and concern about the role of pollinators in our society and look forward to having more discussions in the future.

The House continues to vote on spending bills, which will fund departments, agencies and programs for the next year. This week, I supported the passage of the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Zika Response Appropriations Act, which is the finalized legislation presented to both chambers after Members from the House and Senate sat down to resolve issues. This bill boosts funding to the VA by $14.2 billion, 9 percent higher than the previous year, to ensure that our veterans have access to the resources and programs they need. Among specific allocations for VA funding are mental health services, including suicide prevention activities and traumatic brain injury treatment; reforms and updates for claims processing systems; spending on increasing health care needs, such as hepatitis C, long-term care for vets and support services for caregivers of veterans; and housing and job training programs to end veteran homelessness. Additionally addressed in the appropriations package are funds to confront the threat of Zika in the U.S. It includes provisions from legislation that I have previously supported, including allocations for research on potential vaccines or treatments and temporary suspensions on pesticide rules so that our mosquito control districts can spray where it matters most.

This conferenced bill also includes my Appropriate Care for Disabled Veterans Act, which I introduced in April. My bill reinstates a 1996 reporting requirement that has since lapsed, mandating the VA to report the number of staffed beds and full-time employee equivalents available to provide care for severely disabled veterans. Unfortunately, many of our veterans are suffer from things like spinal cord injury/dysfunction, blindness, traumatic brain injury or mental health disorders. My bill ensures that vets that are rendered disabled by such afflictions are receiving the care and attention they need and deserve. I’m thankful that my colleagues recognize this need and included it in the final appropriations. This is great news for disabled veterans everywhere and another step forward in our fight to hold the VA accountable.

I welcomed Nairobi Mello from Pitman High School in Turlock to the Capitol this week in celebration of the Congressional Art Competition. Nairobi won our competition back in March and flew out to D.C. to be honored along with winners from across the country. Her artwork will be on display in the tunnels of Congress for visitors to view on their walk through the complex. I’m looking forward to passing a bit of home every time I head to the Capitol!

Nairobi's artwork, "Those That Stomp," received praise from voters online as well as from our judges.

Hope you have a great weekend,

JEFF DENHAM

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Denham VA Accountability Bill Included in Conferenced Appropriations for Veterans Affairs, Zika

2016/06/23

WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) today voted in favor of the Conference Report to the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Zika Response Appropriations Act (H.R. 2577). The spending bill now goes to the Senate for a final vote, and if approved, will go to the President’s desk. The bill includes Rep. Denham’s Appropriate Care for Disabled Veterans Act (H.R. 5091), which extends a mandate that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) report to Congress its capacity for the specialized treatment and rehabilitative needs of disabled veterans.

“This bill confronts the systemic incompetence of the VA by instituting much-needed reforms, providing funding to ensure quality healthcare for our vets and holding this agency accountable,” said Rep. Denham. “Furthermore, it addresses the rising threat of Zika in our communities and funds important initiatives to prevent the spread of this virus as well as enhance research efforts for potential treatments.”

Rep. Denham introduced the Appropriate Care for Disabled Veterans Act in April with Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18). This legislation reinstates a 1996 reporting requirement enacted by Congress that has since lapsed, mandating the VA to report the number of staffed beds and full-time employee equivalents available to provide care for severely disabled veterans suffering from spinal cord injury/dysfunction, blindness, traumatic brain injury or mental health disorders. The bill has received bipartisan support in the House of Representatives as well as the backing of Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA), Disabled American Veterans (DAV) and the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW).

“I am pleased that this reporting requirement will be reinstated alongside a slate of many other crucial VA reforms. I thank the conferees on this bill for including my language and seeking to provide our disabled veterans the best possible care,” Rep. Denham stated. 

H.R. 2577 includes language from the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Act, the Zika Vector Control Act and the Zika Response Appropriations Act, all of which Rep. Denham previously supported. The bill increases funding for the VA by $14.2 billion, or 9 percent, above the previous year. Specific appropriations for the VA include funding to:

  • Enhance and improve mental health care services, including suicide prevention activities and traumatic brain injury treatment
  • Reform, update and modernize claims processing systems
  • Address increasing health care needs such as treatment of hepatitis C, long-term care for veterans, support services for caregivers of veterans
  • Fight veteran homelessness, including funds for treatment, housing and job training
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Joint Statement on United States v. Texas SCOTUS Ruling

2016/06/23

WASHINGTON  U.S. Representatives Jeff Denham (CA-10), David Valadao (CA-21), Mike Coffman (CO-6), Mario Diaz-Balart (FL-25), Carlos Curbelo (FL-26), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL-27), Fred Upton (MI-6), Bob Dold (IL-10) and Dan Newhouse (WA-4) released the following statement after the United States Supreme Court ruled 4-4 in the United States vs. Texas case.

“The Supreme Court has spoken but today's decision does not resolve the issue. The American people expect Congress to work together to secure our borders, adhere to the rule of law, offer a humane solution to those living in the shadows, modernize our visa system, and bolster the economy.  We are committed to fixing our broken immigration system once and for all."

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French Camp Appropriations Authorized by House

2016/06/22

WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) and the House of Representatives voted last night to authorize appropriations for the construction of Veterans Affairs facilities, including the long-awaited hospital in French Camp serving Central Valley veterans.

“There are over 60,000 veterans in San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties who are forced to drive hours to receive care,” said Rep. Denham. “The facility at French Camp will bring quality healthcare to the Central Valley and the men and women who honorably served our country. I’m happy that we can continue to make progress and look forward to providing accessible service to those who wore the cloth of this nation.”

Funding to begin construction at the French Camp hospital was appropriated in December 2015 through the consolidated appropriations bill to fund the federal government. Since joining Congress in 2010, Rep. Denham has been instrumental in securing funding for the French Camp facility.  

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Denham Pipeline Safety Provisions Signed Into Law

2016/06/22

WASHINGTON — President Obama signed provisions from the Protecting our Infrastructure of Pipelines and Enhancing Safety (PIPES) Act, authored by Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials Subcommittee Chairman Jeff Denham (R-Turlock), into law earlier today. Chairman Denham’s provisions were included in a House amendment to S. 2276, the SAFE PIPES Act, which passed the House of Representatives earlier this month. The final legislation cleared the Senate last week and was subsequently sent to the President’s desk.

“This bill ensures the proper infrastructure and safe transportation of resources throughout the world’s largest network of pipelines,” said Chairman Denham. “More importantly, it protects the health and safety of our communities. I thank my colleagues in the House and Senate on both sides of the aisle for their dedication to finding a smart solution that we can all be proud to present to the American people.”

Chairman Denham’s PIPES Act of 2016 was introduced on April 14 and passed the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on April 20 with bipartisan support. The PIPES Act of 2016 reauthorizes the Department of Transportation’s pipeline safety program, closes gaps in federal safety standards and strengthens the rulemaking process for the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), which oversees the federal program for the safety of the nation’s gas and hazardous liquid pipelines. In addition to the provisions of the PIPES Act of 2016, the House amendment includes text from the Pipeline Safety Act of 2016 (H.R. 5050) and mandates PHMSA to increase transparency and commit to modernization through the utilization of emerging technologies.

For more information about the PIPES Act of 2016, click here.

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Providing for the common defense

2016/06/17

Dear Friend,

Now, more than ever, we need a comprehensive national defense strategy. Yesterday, I voted for two bills that will help ensure that our armed forces, agencies and response units are equipped and ready to confront the threats facing our country. The first is the appropriations bill for the Department of Defense and increases funding by $2.98 billion from the previous year in an effort to increase our armed forces’ ability to respond and do their jobs effectively. It includes funding for important measures and initiatives to prevent the rise and spread of terrorist organizations such as ISIS. It also appropriates funds for Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO), an important aspect of our foreign relations with allies. OCO funding ensures that we have troops in the field and includes allocations for training with U.S. allies to restore peaceful relations in disruptive regions.

I was also proud to support the second bill, the Countering Terrorist Radicalization Act, which passed with overwhelming bipartisan support. This piece of legislation enhances provisions within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to strengthen the actions we are taking to detect and fight against terrorist threats. DHS was created in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and is specifically tasked with creating and implementing counterterrorism strategies and protecting the country from threats. The bill that passed the House formally establishes a Counterterrorism Advisory Board, which will be composed of senior representatives from each of the DHS agencies who will meet regularly to review intelligence and coordinate with local and state partners as well as the private sector to mitigate threats to our communities. I’m confident that these two bills will help to increase preparedness and protections for the American people. The safety of our children and a strong national defense strategy remain my top priorities and I will continue to support legislation that ensures our security.

This week, the House Natural Resources Committee marked up my Save Our Salmon (SOS) Act and voted unanimously to send it to the House floor for consideration. This is great news for the Valley as my bill aims to save us time, money and water. In 1992, the Central Valley Project Improvement Act (CVPIA) mandated population doubling for all anadromous fish in an effort to protect the fish populations. However, this provision included protections for both native species and non-native predator fish, specifically striped bass. Because of this counterproductive policy, we have sent millions of acre-feet of water to the ocean and spent millions of dollars every year for the past 14 years trying to protect fish populations across the Central Valley. The SOS Act removes non-native predator fish from the CVPIA’s doubling requirement and will allow the native species a better chance to repopulate while saving time, money and water.

During a hearing on our drought, I asked Obama Administration officials about their understanding of the counterintuitive doubling requirements for predator fish and non-native species. Watch here.

In addition to the backing of many of my California colleagues on both sides of the aisle, the SOS Act has the support of 15 water agencies and irrigation districts throughout California. This bill is an important step towards our water conservation efforts as we continue to feel the effects of the drought. Back in February, the Natural Resources Committee held a hearing on the outlook of the California drought. I asked Obama Administration officials about the impacts of predation on our native fish populations and how it affects water flows. Their admitted concern about this issue in that hearing led to confirmed support from the Department of Interior for the SOS Act. This is common-sense legislation that alters a nonsensical policy so that we can allow our native fish populations to thrive while saving money and water. I look forward to the passage of this bill in the future and will be sure to keep you posted on its progress.

I spoke to the Latino Coalition's Small Business Summit about my work to reform ADA lawsuits as well as how we can empower small business owners through tax reforms.

This week, I welcomed Les Crutcher of Yosemite Farm Credit in Turlock to my D.C. office. Yosemite Farm Credit is part of the network of cooperatives that provide loans for our nation’s farmers in order to help them grow their businesses. The Farm Credit system is commemorating 100 years of operation, and throughout that period has made roughly $240 billion in loans to over 500,000 farmers nationwide. The Central Valley is one of the most productive ag regions in the world and Farm Credit has helped to assist our famers in financing their operations and sustaining success.

Les Crutcher from Yosemite Farm Credit of Turlock stopped by my office in D.C. and helped celebrate the Farm Credit system's 100th year.

Enjoy your Father’s Day weekend! Here’s hoping for a win for California – Go Warriors!

JEFF DENHAM

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Denham Votes to Strengthen National Security, Preparedness

2016/06/16

WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) today supported the passage of H.R. 5293, appropriations for the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2017 and H.R. 5471, the Countering Terrorist Radicalization Act.

“Now more than ever, it is important to ensure that our armed forces, agencies and response units are equipped and ready to confront the threats facing our country,” said Rep. Denham. “We have a proud history and tradition of a strong national defense and I am confident that these bills will continue to uphold that legacy while maximizing preparedness and protections for the American people.”

H.R. 5293 increases funding from the previous year by $2.98 billion in an effort to close the military’s readiness gap. It appropriates funds for foreign support operations, initiatives to assist in efforts to combat the rise and prevent the spread of terrorist organizations such as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Additional counterterrorism efforts, such as the Counterterrorism Partnerships Fund and intelligence activities, are also addressed in the spending bill. H.R. 5293 allocates a portion of the budget to Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO), which includes funding for troops in the field and training with U.S. allies to restore peaceful relations in disruptive regions.

H.R. 5471 authorizes the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to provide counterterrorism training for personnel, including countering violent extremism, identifying suspicious activities and increasing awareness of threats of terrorism. It requires DHS to formally establish the Counterterrorism Advisory Board, composed of senior representatives from all agencies within the Department and directed to hold regular meetings to review intelligence and create threat mitigation efforts to be coordinated between the Department, state and local partners as well as the private sector. 

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Denham Predation Bill Sent to House Floor with Bipartisan Support

2016/06/15

WASHINGTON — The House Natural Resources Committee today voted unanimously to send U.S. Representative Jeff Denham’s (R-Turlock) bill, the Save Our Salmon (SOS) Act, to the floor of the House of Representatives for consideration. The SOS Act (H.R. 4582) eliminates the counterintuitive doubling requirement established by the 1992 Central Valley Project Improvement Act (CVPIA) for striped bass, a known non-native predator fish of threatened and endangered salmon and steelhead.

“The drought has taken a significant toll on the Central Valley and I’m proud to put forward a smart and bipartisan solution to a counterproductive policy from 24 years ago,” said Rep. Denham. “By eliminating the doubling requirement of non-native predator fish, federal agencies can focus solely on native fish recovery and stop wasting taxpayer dollars on a shortsighted policy.”

The CVPIA mandated population doubling for all anadromous fish in an effort to protect the fish populations. The policy included doubling requirements for both native species and non-native predator fish, specifically striped bass. As a result, millions of acre-feet of water have been sent to the ocean in addition to the expenditure of millions of dollars every year to protect fish populations across the Central Valley. Removing predator fish from the doubling requirement will give native fish species a better chance to repopulate while saving time, money and water.

Since its introduction in February 2016, the SOS Act has received support from 15 water agencies and irrigation districts throughout California. During a testimony in front of the Natural Resources Committee in April 2016, the Department of Interior stated its support for Rep. Denham’s SOS Act.

The SOS Act will now go to the floor of the House of Representatives for a vote. Full bill text of the SOS Act is available here.

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200,000 Miles

2016/06/10

Dear Friend,

I had a great time in the Central Valley last week. I toured several businesses, held meetings with local officials and spent time listening to your concerns. It’s always great to be able to meet and thank the hardworking men and women who help to make the Valley such a great place to work and live.

I’m proud to let you know that Congress sent a smart, bipartisan pipeline safety bill that included several of my provisions to the President’s desk this week. On Wednesday, the House passed an amendment to a Senate bill, the SAFE PIPES Act. The House amendment strikes the language of the Senate bill and replaces it with an amendment that includes text from one of my bills, the PIPES Act of 2016. I introduced the PIPES Act earlier in April and it passed out of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee with bipartisan support. My provisions reauthorize the Department of Transportation’s pipeline safety program, close gaps in federal safety standards and strengthen the rulemaking process for the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), which oversees the federal program for the safety of the nation’s gas and hazardous liquid pipelines.

I spoke on the floor to express my support for passage of the House amendment. To watch my full remarks, click here

Our national network is made up of over 2.6 million miles of pipeline and is the largest in the world. Here in California, we rely on more than 200,000 miles of pipelines to transport critical resources, such as energy. The recent leaks near Tracy and Patterson, or even the larger leak down in Aliso Canyon, demonstrate the urgency and necessity for this bill. We cannot afford to gamble with the health and safety of human lives when it comes to maintaining this infrastructure, so I’m proud to put forward legislation that seeks to strengthen safety and oversight processes in order to better protect our communities. The House amendment also combines my provisions with those of another bill from the Energy and Commerce Committee, the Pipeline Safety Act of 2016. In all, these amendments ensure that our our pipelines are safe and efficient, mandate PHMSA to increase transparency with lawmakers and the public and commit to modernization through the utilization of emerging technologies. As Chairman of the Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials Subcommittee, it was an honor to help lead the efforts among my colleagues on both sides of the aisle in both chambers to present the American people with this practical and preventative bill.

Earlier on Wednesday, the House and Senate convened for a joint meeting of Congress to welcome and hear from the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. Prime Minister Modi’s remarks to Congress were an important step in furthering the relationship between our two countries. I also hosted guests from the Valley to sit in the chamber to watch the speech and gave them a tour of the Capitol.

The Sandhu family came in from Tracy.

I also welcomed Nirmal Singh, Palvinder Gill and Baldev Nijjer to watch Prime Minister Modi's speech.

Next week, the Natural Resources Committee will mark up my bill, the Save Our Salmon (SOS) Act. The SOS Act is a bill that eliminates the counterintuitive doubling requirement for predator fish created in the 1992 Central Valley Project Improvement Act. My bill will mean less money, time and water wasted, and has the support of 15 California urban water agencies and Valley irrigation districts as well as the U. S. Department of the Interior.

The Crews from Modesto stopped by my office for a tour of the Capitol earlier this morning. 

If you’re planning a trip to D.C. and interested in taking a tour of the Capitol, you can sign up here. My office can also help arrange tours of the White House, the Washington Monument, the Library of Congress, the Supreme Court and many other sites in our nation’s capital. For more information, head to the Washington, D.C. Tourism Information page on my website or call my D.C. office at (202) 225-4540.

Hope you enjoy your weekend!

JEFF DENHAM

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Congressman Jeff Denham represents the 10th District of California in the U.S. House of Representatives. His district includes all of Stanislaus County and part of San Joaquin County. He was first elected to Congress in 2010, and is currently serving a third term in the 114th Congress.

Rep. Denham’s public service career began with the U.S. Air Force, where he served for 16 years between active duty and reserve status. He fought in Operation Desert Storm and Operation Restore Hope in Iraq and Somalia, respectively.

After graduating from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Rep. Denham worked in the agriculture industry as an almond rancher and entrepreneur. He understands the critical importance of agriculture business in cultivating California’s economy and maintaining employment.

In his work as a California State Senator from 2002-2010, Rep. Denham focused on balancing run-away spending in California and protecting taxpayer dollars from wasteful state projects. He was a proven and courageous leader in the California Senate, where he was the subject of an unsuccessful recall attempt for his refusal to vote on irresponsible budget proposals.

First and foremost, Rep. Denham is a family man. Jeff and Sonia Denham have been married for 21 years, and they have two children, Austin, 18, and Samantha, 16.

In his position as a U.S. Congressman, Rep. Denham remains focused on representing the long-term interests of California’s agricultural businesses, finding a solution to the long struggle over water storage and conveyance, transportation interests in California and fighting for the rights, protections and benefits America’s brave and heroic veterans deserve. He is also an advocate for a top-to-bottom approach to reform for our broken immigration system.


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