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U.S. Representative for Arizona, serving since 1991 - member of the Democratic Party.
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ENG:Edward Lopez "Ed" Pastor (born June 28, 1943) has been a member of the United States House of Representatives from Arizona since 1991. A member of the Democratic Party, he has represented Arizona's 7th congressional district since 2013. The district, numbered as the 4th District from 2003 to 2013, includes most of southern, western, and downtown Phoenix, along with a portion of Glendale. He previously represented Arizona's 2nd congressional district from 1991 to 2003. Early life, education, and early career Pastor was born in Claypool, Arizona, as the oldest of three children. After high school, he was educated at Arizona State University. He became a chemistry teacher at North High School in Phoenix and later went on to work as deputy director of the community service group ...
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... Return After Recess Several lawmakers involved in the congressional debate over uranium mining around the Grand Canyon expect the war of words to reignite as soon as the House returns from summer recess. Even though it remains an open question whether lawmakers will finish work on the Interior and U.S. EPA spending bill, they expect the legislation to at least come back to the floor after Labor Day. "When we go back that first week after Labor Day, the only thing available on the floor is Interior appropriations," Rep. Ed Pastor (D-Ariz.) said in an interview. "That's one reason ...


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Rep. Pastor extends condolences to families of fallen firefighters
Rep. Pastor extends condolences to families of fallen firefighters PHOENIX, Ariz. —U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor, D-Ariz., issued the following statement today after 19 firefighters were killed in a fire near Yarnell, Ariz.: “I’d like to extend my deepest prayers and condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of the 19 brave firefighters who lost their lives while protecting the homes and lives of their fellow Arizonans,” Pastor said. “This shocking tragedy has united all Arizonans and together, as a community, may we all rally and stand by the grieving families so that they may draw strength and comfort during this difficult time.” -30- For Immediate Release Monday, July 1, 2013 Press/Media Contact: Maura Saavedra Cordova, 602-252-2653, maura.cordova@mail.house.gov
Stolen medals replaced for veteran
Stolen military medals to be replaced for Litchfield Park veteran in July 4 ceremony in Tolleson WWII tail gunner’s plane was shot down 13 times Brief Ceremony: July 4, 4 p.m. Tolleson Veterans Park, 8601 W. Van Buren St. PHOENIX, Ariz. — Thirteen might be a lucky number for James Broyles who at age 88 remembers that was the number of times he was shot down in battle during World War II, and walked away almost unscathed. The fourth time his B-29 bomber went down, he was injured in the heel. If there are other wounds, he doesn’t mention them, as he hesitates to call up many memories of his service as a tail gunner in the Army Air Force.             “I don’t know what kept me going,” Broyles said recently. “I wanted to fight.”             Over a year’s time, from 1944-45, he was part of a 10-man crew that dropped bombs over Japan. Only four of the men ret
Citizenship event eases application process for future Americans
Congressman Pastor’s Citizenship Day in October will help future Americans navigate application process ** Legal residents should call now to reserve appointment ** WASHINGTON — Print your current legal name. That sounds like an easy instruction. But when it comes to filling out a U.S. citizenship application, the first instruction you see on the form known as the N-400 can sometimes induce a bit of panic. Applicants wonder:  Do I use the name on my green card? What if the name on my green card has a typo? Now that I’m married, should I use my married name? What if I want to change my name? After all, the N-400 naturalization application actually allows you to change your name as part of the process. And that’s just the first item on the 10-page form. Here’s another puzzler: Are you a male who lived in the United States at any time between your 18th and 26th birthdays in any status except as a lawful nonimmigrant? HUH? It’s a test of mental endurance. And while
Rep. Pastor asks President for release of DREAMers
Rep. Ed Pastor supports release of DREAM activists WASHINGTON— U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor, D-Ariz., has signed on to a letter that will be sent to President Obama asking him to exercise his discretion to allow the DREAM activists who were detained in Nogales, Ariz., on Tuesday to return to their homes in the United States. The letter, signed by numerous members of Congress, read that the United States now has the opportunity to support provisions of the proposed immigration reform legislation that would allow deported DREAMers to return to the United States. Pastor said he will do whatever he can to be of assistance to the detainees and their families. His office was working on Wednesday to obtain information about the status of the detainees and to find out the process that lies ahead for them. “I understand the reason for their acts of civil disobedience, and I respect the point they are trying to make,” Pastor said. “We need to turn our focus to reuniting them with their famili



 
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