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(Washington, D.C.) Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano voted against H.R. 3630, a Republican bill which would cut federal unemployment insurance for more than a million out-of-work Americans.
Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano joined 46 of her fellow lawmakers in opposing cuts to Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security as part of any deficit-reduction package created by the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, also known as the “Super Committee.” This new committee of House and Senate members has until November 23 to find $1.5 billion in deficit reduction as part of the debt limit bill signed into law last month.
(Washington, DC) Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-CA) released the following statement after voting against default bill S. 365, which contains deep cuts to critical programs for working families and seniors and sets the stage for future cuts to services, including Medicare.
“This bill makes steep cuts to critical programs that seniors and working families rely on, including possible future cuts to Medicare, in order to protect unnecessary tax breaks and loopholes for oil companies and millionaires.
(Washington D.C.)- Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano voted against a Republican effort to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The repeal passed the House of Representatives by a vote of 245-189.
(Washington D.C.)- On February 25, 2010, Congresswoman Grace Napolitano was awarded the 2010 Distinguished Community Health Defender Award by the National Association of Community Health Centers in Washington, DC. Napolitano has been a long-time supporter of community health centers, which provide medical services for people who are low-income, without insurance, or otherwise have limited resources.
(Washington D.C.)- Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano voted in support of the Affordable Health Care for America Act, which will extend access to health care to millions of Americans currently uninsured, dramatically improve health care for those already covered, and ultimately reduce the federal deficit by $30 billion over the next ten years.