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Prior to an important meeting next week in Washington, Rep. Miller and his northern California colleagues enumerated several points of concern in a letter hat they hope will be addressed.
More than a dozen health insurance plans will offer a number of quality and affordable coverage options in the newly established insurance market for individuals and families.
Republicans voted today to advance legislation that makes a college education more expensive for students and families on a 221 to 198 vote.
Miller is the first member of Congress to visit Bangladesh since more than 1,100 workers died and more than 2,500 were injured in the April 24th Rana Plaza building collapse.
Senior House Democrats Urge U.S. Retailers to Join Coalition Supporting Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh
Call on Retailers to Commit to Fully Enforceable Agreement on Bangladeshi Worker Rights
Rep. Miller issued the following statement today after news that H&M, Inditex (Zara) and C&A agreed to sign onto an enforceable fire and building safety agreement.
Rep. Miller issued the following statement today after the death toll from an April 25 Bangladeshi garment facility collapse surpassed 1,000 workers, making it one of the worst industrial tragedies in history.
Rep. Miller eleased the following statement today following President Obama’s nomination of Congressman Mel Watt to be the Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Lawmakers called for a top Brown Administration official’s resignation following Jerry Meral’s statement that the Bay Delta Conservation plan has little to do with ensuring the restoration of the Bay Delta ecosystem.
The Community Housing Development Corporation (CHDC) of North Richmond will receive $145,720 in federal grants to promote affordable housing and bolster foreclosure counseling.