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The John Muir National Historic Site in Martinez is one step closer to a significant expansion thanks to a bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday night offered by Rep. George Miller.
Northern California Representatives released the following statement regarding the House Republican water bill introduced last night.
Efforts in the East Bay to reduce high crime rates are getting a boost from a new federal initiative being unveiled today in Washington, announced Reps. George Miller (D-Martinez) and Barbara lee (D-Oakland), whose constituents in Richmond and Oakland are expected to benefit from the new program.
U.S. Rep. George Miller (D-Martinez), a leader on environmental issues in Congress and former chairman of House Natural Resources Committee, will participate in a conference Wednesday focused on collaborative solutions protecting the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary.
Rep. George Miller and senior members of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce praise the House’s passage of a bill to improve and reauthorize the Child Care and Development Block Grant Act.
Rep. George miller recognizes local student, Eve Watterson, for her acceptance tot he U.S. Merchant Marine Academy for the Class of 2018.
Low rate increases for health insurance plans in the Covered California marketplace is evidence the Affordable Care Act benefiting individuals and families in California and across the country.
A team of young women from Northgate High School has won the first ever 2014 11th District Congressional App Challenge, U.S. Rep. George Miller announced this week.
Reps. Miller, Matsui, Thompson & Garamendi Send Letter Requesting Immediate Action to Improve Safety of Crude Oil Shipped by Rail
Representatives George Miller (CA-11), Doris Matsui (CA_06), Mike Thompson (CA-05), and John Garamendi (CA-03) sent a letter expressing strong concern over the increased shipments of crude oil by rail in their districts, and calling for action to increase safety.
Rep. George Miller (D-Calif.), senior Democrat on the House Education and the Workforce Committee, released a statement in response to today’s decision in the Vergara v. California case, in which a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled that three state laws regarding teacher tenure and dismissal are unconstitutional because they infringe upon poor and minority students’ right to an equitable education.