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An interview with Congressman Scott Peters regarding Trump's executive order, family separation, and immigration reform:
Scott: Thank you for inviting me Alison. It’s a pleasure to be with you.
The Trump administration’s policy of separating families after illegal border crossings is in the spotlight again this week with pressure being put on the president from all angles.
House Speaker Paul Ryan and lawmakers have been working on a pair of bills that if passed, would solve the long-sought comprehensive immigration reform the country clearly needs.
Rep. Scott Peters joined Democratic colleagues on the House floor to demand the Trump Administration end its practice of separating children and their parents who come to America seeking asylum.
“You mean it gets better?” a female veteran asks Olga, a certified peer specialist working at the Department of Veterans Affairs. For the last decade, Olga has served as an integral part of the VA’s peer specialist program in Dallas.
Less than a week after President Donald Trump confirmed plans to proceed with tariffs on billions of dollars in Chinese imports, the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) has said it’s backing a bipartisan letter urging U.S.
A student walked into Santa Fe High School outside Galveston, Texas on Friday and began shooting his classmates, murdering eight students and two teachers.
Congressman Scott Peters asked the state schools superintendent this week to consider giving funding to the San Diego Unified School District for homeless students even though its grant application was missing a signature.
Scott Peters had never played Mario Kart before, but he sure as hell wasn’t going to lose to Darrell Issa.
The San Diego Unified School District enrolled the third most homeless students in the state last year, yet it will miss out on up to $750,000 in federal funding for these students because of a missing signature from a finance official on