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San Diego Democrats are clamoring for answers from local representatives about what they can do to preserve their voice on Capitol Hill.
Congressmembers Susan Davis (D-53rd Dist.) and Scott Peters (D-52nd Dist.) held a workshop Wednesday night to address constituents questions at Liberty Station.
The San Diego business community vowed Wednesday to maintain close relations with Mexico whatever the Trump administration does to the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego, is dealing with an unprecedented political environment in Washington. The third term democrat represents the 52nd district in San Diego and he’s home during the congressional recess. KPBS Reporter Erik Anderson spoke with Peters about his priorities for the 115th Congress.
SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - The town hall movement is gaining momentum across the nation as Americans turn up the heat on Congress, and San Diego is no exception.
On Wednesday night, hundreds of San Diegans showed up at Liberty Station to call for action from Representatives Scott Peters (D-52) and Susan Davis (D-53) to push back against the Trump administration.
As President Trump prepared a second version of a travel ban aimed at seven Muslim-majority countries, Rep. Scott Peters chose the San Diego Islamic Center to speak with constituents about “fighting for our democracy every day.”
At his first town hall meeting since Donald Trump became president, Rep. Scott Peters was urged by an impassioned crowd to be a roadblock to the new administration.
U.S. Representative Scott Peters (D-52) discussed immigration, the EPA and a path forward for Democrats in the Trump administration at his Town Hall with San Diegans on Monday.
More than 200 people attended the Town Hall, which took place at the Islamic Center of San Diego at 7050 Eckstrom Avenue in San Diego.
Rep. Scott Peters said Tuesday the resignation of President Trump’s national security advisor raises troubling questions about Trump’s relationship with Russia.
Former general Michael Flynn resigned late Monday after it was revealed that he discussed sanctions relief with Russia while he was still a civilian and then allegedly lied about it.
In the wake of November’s elections, the powerful House Armed Services Committee has shed three California lawmakers. But with seven representatives from the state still on the panel, the California delegation remains the dominant bloc for the 60-member group helping to oversee the military.
Joining other Democrats, Rep. Scott Peters is calling for National Security Adviser Michael Flynn to be held accountable if he discussed sanctions relief with Russia before Donald Trump became president.