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Six local elected officials representing offices from Congress to City Council gathered at a recently renovated trolley station Wednesday to rally support for the Measure A road and transit improvements.
Q: What about TPP and free trade, which you support and we support — so why can’t it get done?
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WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego, released a statement Thursday after voting against H.R. 5351, the Guantanamo Detainee Transfer Prohibition Act, which would block the use of U.S. funds to transfer any individual detained at the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, either to the United States or any foreign country, prior to Jan.
After a year of lobbying by Point Loma residents, the Federal Aviation Administration is attempting to keep noisy air traffic away from the peninsula’s neighborhoods and landmarks by adjusting a proposed departure route for eastbound flights out of San Diego International Airport.
I walked around downtown on a Comic-Con evening in July. It isn’t like any other convention you see; thousands of people, dressed up and dressed down, were roaming the Gaslamp and having a great time. It’s cool to live in a place that people pay to visit, and the events they attend can be world-class fun for us too.
Three members of Congress shared their thoughts about NBC 7’s Listen to Our Veterans Project. The two month project allowed veterans to share their experiences about programs and services for veterans.
More than a thousand veterans responded.
Rep. Scott Peters may be finishing up only his second term, but he is the Democrats' point person on the House Armed Services Committee in defending the Pentagon's renewable energy policies.
Thirteen months after he introduced a bill aimed at getting members of Congress to do more to connect their constituents with federal benefits they’ve earned, Rep. Scott Peters is celebrating a milestone: His staff has helped recover $2 million in backlogged Social Security, veterans and other funds.