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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.
U.S. Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego was expected to announce Thursday that his office has helped recover more than $2 million in federal benefits owed to San Diegans.
It was meet your legislators night July 20 and Pacific Beach Town Council had two of them – Congressman Scott Peters and State Assembly Speaker Emeritus Toni Atkins – present to clue beach residents in on current events in Washington, D.C. and Sacramento.
A formula that has resulted in San Diego County receiving less federal money for homeless services than cities with fewer homeless people is being revised.
While members of Congress had some downtime over recess, a few learned about Brexit directly from members of Parliament across the pond.
Sadly and surreally, there has been so much gun violence in the United States over the past few weeks that it’s been difficult keeping this interview with Senator Chris Murphy (D, Conn.) -- who made headlines by leading a
Members of California's congressional delegation on Friday were mourning the shooting deaths of five police officers in Dallas.
LEDE: Six House Democrats have introduced legislation that would allow reporters to "record and broadcast" images of the House floor any time a member is present.
In the mass shooting at the Pulse night club in Orlando that left 49 victims dead, it took law enforcement hours to secure the building and for first responders to reach some of the wounded. In the wait, it’s very likely some of the victims died from bleeding from their gunshot wounds.