Ami In The News
BY AMI BERA
As a doctor, I know many Americans are concerned about the future of health care. Nobody should have to worry that an unexpected medical bill could threaten their family’s financial security.
On Tuesday Congressman Ami Bera attended a meeting of local start up business owners that was held at Elk Grove’s InnoGrove Coworking, which is a local business that helps start up businesses and offers co-working spaces.
Necks craning skyward, Sacramento-area residents clustered on sidewalks and near windows Monday to witness the first total eclipse in the United States since 1979 and the first to cross the entire United States in 99 years.
The event had been hyped for weeks and although Sacramento didn’t experience the total eclipse, viewers said it lived up to its billing.
It’s the biggest annual fundraiser for the Elk Grove Food Bank Services.
The 13th annual Run 4 Hunger 5K/10K Run,Walk and Jog kicked off in a cool morning hour on June 24 at Elk Grove Regional Park, much to the liking of its approximately 1,100 participants.
Members of Congress on Thursday called for more political pressure to address the underlying conflicts that are creating famine and food insecurity and to ensure emergency aid is delivered.
FAIR OAKS -- Veterans, family members and local residents joined together Saturday at the 19th annual Fair Oaks Cemetery Memorial Day event.
The event's theme centered around the 100th year anniversary of the United States' entry into World War I. Speakers discussed the war's history as flags blew in the breeze on "The Avenue of Flags."
Top American lawmakers and the Sikh-Americans have hailed the basketball governing body FIBA for reversing a controversial ban on religious headgear, which would allow professional players to play wearing the turban and the hijab during competition.
Indian American Rep. Ami Bera, D-Calif., was among the many dignitaries at an April 2 Indian American Awareness Campaign hosted by the Indian American Public Affairs Committee at the Hagan Community Center in Rancho Cordova, Calif.
Indian American Rep. Ami Bera, D-Calif., Feb. 14 was elected as the ranking member of the Space Subcommittee of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology.
Rep. Ami Bera, D-Calif., was welcomed Jan. 24 by House Committee on Foreign Affairs ranking member Rep. Eliot L. Engel, D-N.Y., as the committee’s new vice ranking member.
The Indian American was the committee Democrats’ unanimous election.