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Congress needs to pass the Military Spouse Licensing Relief Act

| Posted in Op-Eds

It is no secret, our men and women in uniform make countless sacrifices on behalf of our great nation every day. Behind every dedicated service member is their family that also selflessly serves this nation in their own way. Parents and grandparents, aunts and uncles, siblings, children, and last but not least, spouses. While it is imperative we work to ensure that our service members…

The border crisis is not just at the border

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The border crisis is not just at the border. In Southern California’s high desert, there are thousands of large-scale illegal marijuana grows run by transnational criminal organizations and worked by indentured servants and illegal immigrants.

The Science Says Open Schools

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While everyone was impacted in different ways by this deadly pandemic, students, teachers and parents quickly found themselves confronting bigger issues when it came to virtual learning. As a result of these lockdowns, many students fell behind in school and it also took a toll on many students’ mental health.

Repealing the SALT Deduction Cap

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If we want to remain a prosperous nation, we must have economic growth and security. One of my top priorities in Congress is repealing the State and Local Tax (SALT) deduction cap. The SALT deduction cap, included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, punishes hardworking Californians who are already harmed enough by our state’s ridiculous tax rates. This is why the first bill I…