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Ami In The News

Oct 3, 2013 In The News

Elk Grove resident Matthew Abriani said federal officials dealing with the government shutdown could learn from his experience with his once and future wife, Michelle.

The couple married in 1999 but divorced in 2006.

Oct 2, 2013 In The News
Rep. Ami Bera (D-Calif): He will decline his pay because "Congress should lead by example and put people before politics,” he said in a statement. “If Congress can't do its job and put the American people first, then they certainly shouldn't get paid during a crisis that they are causing. We must stop the finger-pointing, start acting like adults, and make Washington work for the people again.”
Oct 2, 2013 In The News

Congressman Ami Bera, M.D. announced Tuesday that he will give up his federal pay for the duration of the government shutdown.

Oct 2, 2013 In The News

Here is where Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinsein and Sacramento-area U.S. representatives stand on the government shutdown, which began Oct. 1. Bee research by Christopher Cadelago, Bee Capitol Bureau. Statements and video from the member websites.

Rep. Ami Bera

D-Elk Grove

Position on health care law: Supports

Shutdown pay status: No pay

Sep 30, 2013 In The News
On Tuesday, if the United States Congress fails to pass a temporary funding bill called a continuing resolution, the federal government will shut down. While essential services like air traffic control, and homeland security will continue to function, many employees, including our military serving overseas, will report to work, but not receive pay.
Sep 16, 2013 In The News

Congressman Ami Bera, M.D. (CA-7) called for investment in Sacramento County infrastructure recently, after touring several local transportation projects with representatives from the Sacramento County Department of Transportation (SACDOT), the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG), Operating Engineers Local 3, and Laborers Local 185.

Sep 9, 2013 In The News
Voters across the country say they’re frustrated with the current Congress. But two freshmen lawmakers from the Sacramento area say progress is being made, even if we can’t often see it.
Sep 6, 2013 In The News
In meetings with business and political leaders, Bera promoted his district’s large agricultural sector and the University of California, Davis, where he formerly served as the associate dean of admissions for the university’s medical school.