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WASHINGTON, D.C. - All of the representatives for local residents in Congress are members of the Democratic party. All have vowed to resist the GOP effort to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Rep. Salud Carbajal (D):
House passage of the GOP's American Health Care Act on Thursday drew criticism locally from major health care providers, though most said the best plan is to stay calm and see what happens.
Congressman Salud Carbajal introduced a bill to increase the maximum award amount for Pell Grants to the U.S. House of Representatives on Monday.
The U.S. military's top Pacific chief was in the hot seat Wednesday at a House hearing and took the blame for apparent miscommunication over the USS Carl Vinson carrier's movements amid the rising tensions with North Korea.
Hundreds of people filled El Chorro Regional Park in San Luis Obispo Saturday to celebrate Earth Day.
It was the 27th Annual San Luis Obispo County Earth Day Fair. The event included March for Science activities, a green car show, eco-marketplace, and kid's zone.
- Firefighters who work for federal agencies including Vandenberg Air Force Base Fire Department do not have the same disability and workers compensation benefits as their colleagues in other state and local agencies.
On Tuesday, Rep. Salud Carbajal (D-Santa Barbara) visited the Santos Arrona Head Start Center to interact and read with the children in the program. Head Start is a comprehensive childhood development program that focuses on increasing the school readiness of young children in low-income families.
Congressmember Salud Carbajal, Mayor Helene Schneider, and a bevy of representatives from Santa Barbara housing, career, and social service organizations descended on Ortega Park Monday afternoon to join cities across the country in denouncing President Donald Trump’s “skinny budget” proposal to fully eliminate the $3 billion Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program in favor of more nat
Congressman Salud Carbajal addressed issues concerning health care, the federal government, veterans’ services, and even the not-so-popular Western Snowy Plover during a discussion Thursday with Lompoc residents and community leaders.