Congressman Scott Peters

Representing the 52nd District of California

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Jun 29, 2017 In The News

The House of Representatives passed two immigration-related bills on Thursday that aim to curb unauthorized immigration through tougher penalties and by putting financial pressure on local police departments.

The bills passed largely on party lines, including among San Diego House members.

Jun 28, 2017 In The News

While it’s still likely to take years before nuclear waste from sites across the nation such as the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station can ever be moved, a familiar destination for spent fuel may be back in

Jun 27, 2017 In The News

With the release of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report on the healthcare bill proposed in the U.S. Senate, several Los Angeles area representatives released statements regarding the bill.

Jun 20, 2017 In The News

One of the most challenging aspects of receiving an appointment to the United States Air Force Academy is first being nominated by a member of the United States Senate or House of Representatives.

Jun 14, 2017 In The News

San Diego’s two Republican lawmakers were not at the GOP congressional baseball team practice Wednesday morning when a gunman opened fire on members and their staffs.

Jun 8, 2017 In The News

A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced a bill aiming to reduce pollutants with an outsized impact on climate change. 

Jun 8, 2017 In The News

While the country tuned in to hear former FBI Director James Comey testify Thursday before a

Jun 2, 2017 In The News

Scott Peters (D-52) is taking the Trump-Russia probe very seriously, unlike many of his Republican colleagues in the House of Representatives.

Jun 1, 2017 In The News

Rep. Scott Peters criticized President Trump’s proposed cuts to the National Institutes of Health and called for “reliable and consistent” science funding.

May 31, 2017 In The News

President Donald Trump looks poised to withdraw from the Paris climate accord this week, which would likely infuriate supporters of the treaty while pleasing many Republican members of Congress and other hard-line conservatives.