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U.S. Rep. Scott Peters (CA-52) defended his co-sponsorship of the Keeping Families Together Act, which would immediately halt separating families at the U.S.-Mexico border, as the right thing to do.
For this week’s edition, Rep. Scott Peters, D-California, boasts about his San Diego pride and shares his love on top for Queen Bey.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded a $7.94 million grant to the San Diego Regional Task Force on the Homeless (RTFH) to help identify homeless youth in San Diego and connect them to housing services.
Reps. Scott Peters (D-Calif.) and David Young (R-Iowa) introduced bipartisan legislation yesterday that would incentivize carbon capture projects on biogas production, which turns organic waste and crops into CO2 or methane.
The bill aims to boost technology that then could capture the greenhouse gas and use it for electricity, fuel or possibly fertilizer.
The House Veterans' Affairs Committee last week voted to advance several measures that would expand benefits for veteran military personnel and reservists.
San Diego Congressman Scott Peters said the U.S. should to go back to the "catch and release" policies of the Obama administration.
Rep. Scott Peters on Monday called for a Congressional vote to censure President Trump after his refusal to acknowledge Russian attacks on the 2016 election.
A federal judge says he is having second thoughts about his belief that the Trump administration was acting in good faith to comply with his orders to reunify families separated at the border.
World War II Army Air Corp veteran and La Jolla resident Milton Blackstone — highly decorated for his military service — recently received yet another special honor. In the La Jolla office of Congress member Scott Peters on June 18, Blackstone had commemorative ribbons replaced with medals.
Donald Trump wants you to know that there’s a massive crisis happening along the southern border of the United States — the border shared with Mexico. He’s right, and it’s a crisis of his own making.