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Reps DeSaulnier, LaMalfa Announce Legislation to Improve Accountability and Oversight of Transportation Megaprojects

Washington, DC – Today, Representatives Mark DeSaulnier (CA-11) and Doug LaMalfa (CA-01) announced bipartisan legislation to improve accountability and oversight of so-called “megaprojects.” The Transportation Megaprojects Accountability and Oversight Act (H.R. 6592) would establish an independent peer review group to assess the … Continue reading

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LaMalfa helps secure funding for Feather River West Levee project

The Office of Management and Budget announced $50 million in funding will be awarded to the Sutter Butte Flood Control Agency for completion of the Feather River West Levee project. In addition to funding, the project also received a “New … Continue reading

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Congressman talks with Plumas veterans

Numerous county veterans have been meeting together for several months under the heading of the Plumas County Veterans Collaborative in an attempt to improve veteran’s services and most particularly health services for Plumas County veterans. County Veterans Service Officer Jimmy … Continue reading

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What they are saying about Doug LaMalfa

“The North State is very fortunate to have Congressman LaMalfa, who has always been a strong champion for protecting Northern California water rights and supplies. He has also been a tremendous leader in advancing Sites Reservoir for the benefit of … Continue reading

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Here Are the 95 Republicans Who Opposed the Omnibus Spending Bill

By Philip Wegmann, The Daily Signal December 18, 2015 The $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill sailed through the House on Friday by a vote of 316-113. Ninety-five Republicans split with House GOP leadership to vote against the spending bill. Another … Continue reading

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Iran Deal: LaMalfa Tells Town Hall He Will Oppose

By Adelle Nazarian, Breitbart August 11, 2015 GRASS VALLEY, California — Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA), representing California’s 1st congressional district, affirmed Tuesday at a town hall meeting that he will vote against the Iran deal. “If my vote is required … Continue reading

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Answers demanded after vets’ disability claims found in cabinet

By Vivian Ho, San Francisco Chronicle April 21, 2015 One number will hang over a congressional hearing Wednesday looking into mismanagement at a U.S. Veterans Affairs regional office in Oakland: 13,184. Read the complete article at the San Francisco Chronicle

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U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa pushes for hearings on U.S. Forest Service ‘inaction’

By Keri Brenner, The Union March 13, 2015 The U.S. Forest Service is not meeting its goals on forest management to prevent wildfires, or to quickly salvage burned timber after fires take place, according to U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa. “We’re … Continue reading

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Investigation: Oakland VA office lost thousands of veteran claims

By Doug Oakley, Mercury News February 20, 2015 OAKLAND — The Oakland office of Veterans Affairs improperly filed and then lost about 14,000 unprocessed veterans benefit claims, some dating back to the 1990s, according to a federal government investigation released … Continue reading

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News LaMalfa says repairs to J Levee along Sacramento River closer than ever

By Heather Hacking, ChicoER January 26, 2014 HAMILTON CITY — Residents along the west bank of the Sacramento River have kept their fingers crossed. The hope is for federal funding to rebuild the J Levee, which protects Hamilton City and … Continue reading

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