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Mabuhay! Today marks the 115th anniversary of the Philippine Day of Independence. In 1898, the Philippines proclaimed independence from Spain, and ever since Philippine communities around the world have celebrated this historic moment.
Celebrations this month showcase the Philippine community’s numerous musical, cultural, and visual traditions from the Philippine diaspora. Their festivities share their unique story with others in Bay Area and enrich our multi-cultural community.
Rep. Miller joined 225 House members in a bipartisan letter to President Obama urging him to address currency manipulations as the United States negotiates the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Undervalued currencies and unfair trade practices hurt American workers, businesses, and farmers.
Bad news from the House floor yesterday: House Republicans voted to subject 800,000 DREAMers to deportation
Call on Retailers to Commit to Fully Enforceable Agreement on Bangladeshi Worker Rights
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman George Miller (D-Martinez) issued the following statement in response to plans announced by President Obama today and by a bipartisan group of Senators yesterday for comprehensive immigration reform.
WASHINGTON, DC – Rep. George Miller (D-CA) issued the following statement in opposition to two resolutions concerning Libya that were considered, and defeated, in the House today.
“Today, I voted against two resolutions regarding U.S. military participation in the NATO operation in Libya, and both were defeated in the House. Neither was a serious effort to clearly define and debate the U.S. role in Libya and neither was intended to pass in the first place.
George just released the following statement condeming the attacks on the U.S. consulate in Libya:
“America was built by dreamers. Instead of punishing young people for a broken immigration policy, today we’re focused on providing young people and students their own opportunity to pursue the American dream.” -- George Miller
President Obama recently announced that some young adults are now able to apply for deferred action status.