JANUARY IN REVIEW
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Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

One of my top priorities in Congress is to fight for the needs of women and families. That is why I am proud to have received a 100% rating from the AAUW Action Fund for my recent efforts to support equal pay, reduce campus sexual violence and harassment, and combat human trafficking, among other issues. I will continue to push for legislation that makes America a fairer and kinder country for women and their families.

Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

As California’s drought continues, it is critical for the federal government to keep working with state and local governments to wisely use, reuse, and reclaim water resources. Water agencies that serve our 40th District, such as the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, are reporting a high demand for water recycling and reuse programs, but they aren’t getting the federal funding they need. At today’s Energy and Water Appropriations Subcommittee hearing, I spoke with Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Estevan López about the importance of using federal funds to help ensure Angelenos have access to a safe and reliable water supply.

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Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

One of my top priorities in Congress is to fight for the needs of women and families. That is why I am proud to have received a 100% rating from the AAUW Action Fund for my recent efforts to support equal pay, reduce campus sexual violence and harassment, and combat human trafficking, among other issues. I will continue to push for legislation that makes America a fairer and kinder country for women and their families.

Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

As California’s drought continues, it is critical for the federal government to keep working with state and local governments to wisely use, reuse, and reclaim water resources. Water agencies that serve our 40th District, such as the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, are reporting a high demand for water recycling and reuse programs, but they aren’t getting the federal funding they need. At today’s Energy and Water Appropriations Subcommittee hearing, I spoke with Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Estevan López about the importance of using federal funds to help ensure Angelenos have access to a safe and reliable water supply.

Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

On this day 100 years ago, my father, Edward R. Roybal, was born. Over his long and fruitful life, he built a remarkable legacy as a Latino political pioneer, as a member of the LA City Council, as a Member of Congress, and as a founder of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, CHCI, and NALEO. He was known far and wide as a champion of the downtrodden, a fighter for the sick and the elderly, a voice for those who had no voice. But to me, and to my brother and sister, he was "Pop." He was the man who taught us the importance of personal integrity, of giving back to our community, of fighting for what is right without seeking credit. We remember and miss him every day, but we take comfort in the values and the accomplishments he has left behind.

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