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Congressman Scott Peters

Representing the 52nd District of California

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It's an honor to represent San Diego in Congress and I'm always working for our community and our people whether I'm at home or in Washington, D.C.


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Sep 10, 2018 In The News

U.S. Congressman Scott Peters (CA-52) recently joined his colleagues to pass the Empowering Students Through Enhanced Financial Counseling Act, legislation that ensures that students borrowing federal loans have the information they need to manage their student loan debt. Peters also recently returned from travel with a congressional delegation to Guyana, Suriname, Honduras, and Brazil, where he met with officials to discuss climate change, immigration, and national defense.

Aug 15, 2018 In The News

As the Trump administration continues to fortify the fencing between Tijuana and San Diego, U.S. and Mexican authorities on Wednesday celebrated a different kind of border project: a new pedestrian inspection facility for northbound border crossers at the San Ysidro Port of Entry.

Jul 25, 2018 In The News

U.S. Rep. Scott Peters (CA-52) defended his co-sponsorship of the Keeping Families Together Act, which would immediately halt separating families at the U.S.-Mexico border, as the right thing to do. Noting border issues are “complicated,” Peters said asylum seekers “have a right to a hearing and we want to give them that.” Concerning asylum seekers, Peters said, “There’s no reason not to treat them humanely.

Jul 20, 2018 In The News

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded a $7.94 million grant to the San Diego Regional Task Force on the Homeless (RTFH) to help identify homeless youth in San Diego and connect them to housing services.

Jul 16, 2018 In The News

San Diego Congressman Scott Peters said the U.S. should to go back to the "catch and release" policies of the Obama administration.

Jul 15, 2018 In The News

A federal judge says he is having second thoughts about his belief that the Trump administration was acting in good faith to comply with his orders to reunify families separated at the border.

The Justice Department on Friday filed a plan to reunify more than 2,500 children age five and older by a court-imposed deadline of July 26 using "truncated" procedures to verify parentage and perform background checks.

Jul 13, 2018 Press Release

Today, U.S.

Jul 6, 2018 In The News

Donald Trump wants you to know that there’s a massive crisis happening along the southern border of the United States — the border shared with Mexico. He’s right, and it’s a crisis of his own making.