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Mike Rounds is the junior Republican US Senator from South Dakota and serves on the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs. Scott Peters is the Democratic US Representative from California's 52nd district and serves on the House Committee on Veterans Affairs. The views expressed in this commentary are their own.
The debate over President Trump’s proposed border wall intensified this week, with opponents saying the barrier would be ineffective and a costly mistake.
Building "a big, beautiful wall" on the Southern border was Trump’s signature promise during his campaign, winning him support from advocates for hard-line immigration reform.
During a town hall meeting hosted by Congress member Scott Peters (D-District 52) at Clairemont High School, April 18, Bird Rock resident Beatriz Pardo, brought up the issue of increased airplane noise in different La Jolla neighborhoods.
Rep. Scott Peters joined 40 lawmakers from both parties in calling on Congress to reject President Trump’s border wall and pass a spending bill to keep the government open.
San Diego — As the federal budget showdown begins this week -- amid intense White House pressure for billions of dollars to construct a border wall — California Democratic Rep.
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A local US Congressman wants to make sure more Purple Heart recipients can take advantage of their full educational benefits.
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- - One San Diego lawyer is filing hundreds of lawsuits accusing local businesses of civil rights violations.
Many of the lawsuits allege discrimination in public accommodations.
Team 10 tracked down an expert who said he didn’t find any of the allegations in one such lawsuit that was filed against a Hillcrest cafe to be true.
San Diego’s congressional representatives had a sweeping, sometimes boisterous discussion Friday on issues ranging from the proposed expanded border wall and the federal budget to health care and President Donald Trump’s taxes.
SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - San Diegans on Tuesday night attended a town hall meeting held by Congressman Scott Peters to discuss issues that extend beyond the Trump administration.