Earlier today Congressman Bera voted against repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA). He offered the following comment:
Congressman Ami Bera (CA-7) offered the following comment on the Senate Judiciary Committee’s approval of Sri Srinvasan’s appointment earlier today:
Washington, D.C. - U.S. Representative Ami Bera (CA-7) made the following statement regarding reports of misconduct by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS):
Rep. Ami Bera urged Congress today to work to find a bipartisan budget agreement. After signing onto a resolution asking Speaker Boehner to appoint budget conferees, Bera made a speech on the house floor about Congress’ responsibility to pass a budget.
On Monday, April 29th Congressman Bera will co-host a federal budget workshop with the Concord Coalition at the AT&T Auditorium in Sacramento. Community members are invited to join the Congressman in proposing their own solutions to our nation’s budget problems. Participants will work in small groups to simulate federal budget negotiations.
Congressman Ami Bera spoke on the House floor earlier today to thank Sacramento leaders for visiting with him as part of the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce’s annual “Capital to Capital” program. In its 43rd year, Cap to Cap, as it is known, brought more than 300 business, nonprofit, and community leaders from the Sacramento region to Washington this week to share their priorities for mov
In a House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing yesterday, Rep. Ami Bera, asked U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry for an update on the role India is playing in helping to stabilize the Afghanistan region as America draws down its troops there, and how India can help ensure security and prosperity in the region.
Earlier today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Cybersecurity Enhancement Act, which included an amendment from Representative Ami Bera that will ensure the recruitment of military veterans for our cybersecurity workforce. The bill will also help coordinate research and related activities conducted across the Federal agencies to better address evolving cyber threats.
WASHINGTON D.C.— Congressman Ami Bera (CA-7) and Congressman Rodney Davis (IL-13) introduced a bipartisan resolution on Friday recognizing National Minority Cancer Awareness Week from April 15 to April 23 (H.Res. 154).
Just one hundred days after his swearing in, Rep. Ami Bera has already kept the pledge he made to Sacramento County to make Congress a place for service, and to stand up for middle class families and small business.
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