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As questions about the long-term public health and economic impacts of high levels of lead in Flint, Mich., drinking water continue, a congressional delegation met with small businesses there to see how the crisis is affecting their companies.
With tax season under way, Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego, is urging people who may need help completing the required forms to use the IRS’s free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
A bill that helps service members get access to better physical and mental health care has cleared the House of Representatives. The measure, the Female Veteran Suicide Prevention Act, was partially inspired by a Coronado soldier who killed himself in 2013.
On Saturday, U.S. Congressman Scott Peters (CA-52) honored 32 high school students from his district that he nominated to the U.S. military service academies for the Class of 2020. Michael Larratt of Coronado High School was nominated to the United States Naval Academy. Joshua Leaser of Coronado High School was nominated to the United States Air Force Academy.
Welcome to the latest installment of the San Diego Congressional Watch! The new year off started rather strongly for Scott Peters (D-52), who, as reported by the San Diego Community News Network (SDCNN), was invited along with 14 other members of Congress to the White House by President Obama last month.
Peninsula Community Planning Board played to a packed house at its Jan. 21 meeting as upward of 30 residents turned out in a show of support for a mom 'n' pop venue versus a corporate shop.
Three years after first sounding the alarm, Rep. Scott Peters told a Clairemont Mesa audience Thursday that unlimited campaign spending should end.
Several members of the U.S. Navy's top brass were in San Diego Wednesday to celebrate "The Great Green Fleet", one of its first to be powered by a blend of traditional fuels and biofuels.