JANUARY IN REVIEW: Take a look at my new January in Review, which gives my email subscribers a look at the hard work I’ve been doing for my 40th District constituents!  If you’d like to receive these updates, please subscribe to my email list.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: February is Black History Month!  Watch my video celebrating this important month.  Black History Month is a time for us to reflect on the countless contributions that African Americans have made to our nation, and recommit ourselves to building a better, brighter, and more equitable tomorrow.  If you are planning a trip to Washington, DC, be sure to visit the new National Museum of African American History and Culture!  Click here to learn how to get free passes for the museum.
 
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Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

The DHS memos on immigration reported by the Washington Post are troubling. I urge the administration to carefully consider the likely devastating effect of such orders on families, our communities, and our economy. I will continue to fight for comprehensive immigration reform, and to stop this elevated attack on our country’s most vulnerable.

Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

Today marks 75 years since the signing of Executive Order 9066, which led to the shameful internment of more than 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent. As we reflect and remember those dark days in American history today, let us reaffirm our commitment to the timeless and uniquely American creed of liberty, justice, and equal treatment for all, regardless of who we are or where we come from.

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Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

The DHS memos on immigration reported by the Washington Post are troubling. I urge the administration to carefully consider the likely devastating effect of such orders on families, our communities, and our economy. I will continue to fight for comprehensive immigration reform, and to stop this elevated attack on our country’s most vulnerable.

Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

Today marks 75 years since the signing of Executive Order 9066, which led to the shameful internment of more than 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent. As we reflect and remember those dark days in American history today, let us reaffirm our commitment to the timeless and uniquely American creed of liberty, justice, and equal treatment for all, regardless of who we are or where we come from.

Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

Great turnout for today's #ACA town hall I co-hosted with Rep. Judy Chu! We held a detailed discussion with health experts and constituents about the vital health coverage that the ACA provides to Americans each and every day. As your Congresswoman, I'll keep fighting every day to preserve and strengthen the ACA for the 40th District's families. #ProtectOurCare

Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

I will host a public town hall this Saturday in Monterey Park with Rep. Judy Chu to discuss the devastating consequences of repealing the Affordable Care Act on our communities. Please join us this Saturday, February 18, at 1 PM in the Council Chambers at Monterey Park City Hall (320 West Newmark Ave). You can RSVP at (626) 304-0110 or RSVP.ChuEvents@mail.house.gov.

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