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ENG: Graciela Flores Napolitano (born December 4, 1936) is the U.S. Representative for California's 38th congressional district, serving since 2003. She is a member of the Democratic Party. She previously served in the California State Assembly and the Norwalk, City Council. Early life, education and career Napolitano was born and raised in Brownsville, Texas. After high school, she married and moved with her husband to California where they raised five children. Napolitano began her political career as a member of the Norwalk City Council, winning her first election in 1986 by a mere 28 votes. Four years later she won re-election by the highest margin of votes recorded in city history. In 1989, Napolitano was elevated by her council colleagues to serve as Mayor. During her council ...
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Grace Napolitano Pick New Districts to Pursue


With Rep. Grace Napolitano’s decision this week to run in the 32nd district east of Los Angeles, fellow California Democratic Rep. Linda Sánchez announced Thursday that she will run in the newly drawn 38th district. Until Thursday, Napolitano and Sánchez were caught in the Los Angeles logjam caused by the state’s independent redistricting commission, which redrew the state’s Congressional lines with no concern for incumbents. There will likely be three intraparty, Member-vs.-Member races in the Los Angeles area alone. Napolitano and Sánchez both live in ...


Napolitano to seek election in CA's 32nd Congr. District


Rep. Grace Napolitano has decided to seek election in next year’s California June Primary in the newly drawn 32nd Congressional District, she told the Los Cerritos Community News in an exclusive interview on Wednesday afternoon. Napolitano, who will be seeking her eighth term in the United States House of Representatives in 2012 said that her decision to run in the new 32nd Congressional District will avoid a potentially divisive Primary election against Rep. Linda T. Sanchez (D-39tt District) and California State Senator Ronald Calderon in the new 38th Congressional District. Her ...


Rep. Napolitano sponsors bill to fund desalination efforts


Rep. Grace Napolitano (D-Calif.) yesterday offered legislation that would fund research into ways to turn sea water into drinkable water. Napolitano authored H.R. 2664, which would reauthorize the Desalination Act of 1996 and allocate $2 million per year through 2016. That law has funded projects or studies in more than half of the 50 states, Napolitano's office said. In California, which has been beset by droughts, there have been 38 projects since 1996. "Desalination is another promising source of water, especially for Western states, and these programs deserve federal support," Napolitano ...


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Napolitano’s Statement on Senate Failure to Pass TrumpCare
(WASHINGTON, DC) Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-El Monte) issued the following statement after the Senate failed to pass the so-called “skinny” TrumpCare amendment, which would have repealed parts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA): "Late last night a group of our Senate colleagues defeated another effort to strip health coverage from millions of Americans. We are relieved by this result, we applaud those Senators who stood strong, and we thank everyone who fought for months to protect health care for so many children and families in need. We must move forward in a bipartisan way to improve access to lifesaving health and mental health services for all."   # # #
Napolitano & Kennedy Introduce Bill to Ensure Mental Health Services for Kids
(WASHINGTON, DC) Today, Reps. Grace F. Napolitano (CA-32) and Joe Kennedy III (MA-04) introduced the CHIP Mental Health Parity Act (H.R. 3192) to make critical mental health services available to all CHIP beneficiaries. “It is absolutely critical that every child in America, regardless of socioeconomic status, ethnicity, or ZIP code, has access to lifesaving mental health services,” said Congresswoman Napolitano, Chair of the Congressional Mental Health Caucus. “Our bill moves us toward this goal by guaranteeing these services for all kids who receive care through CHIP, putting them on the path to lead healthy, productive lives. I thank Congressman Kennedy for his leadership on this bill, his passion for our children, and helping to elevate mental health to achieve full parity with physical health.” “For generations, our nation’s failure to guarantee and enforce mental health parity has left families helpless as their loved ones suffer in silence,” said Congressman Ken
Napolitano Defends San Gabriel Mountains National Monument in Letter to Secretary Zinke, Urges Meeting with Local Stakeholders
(WASHINGTON, DC) Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-El Monte) defended the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument in a letter she wrote to Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on the last day of the public comment period, urging him to meet with local stakeholders. Comments can be submitted online through 11:59 PM ET today, July 10, at https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=DOI-2017-0002-0001. “Seeing the success of the more-than-a-decade-long process to create the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument right outside of my district, I am writing you today to set the record straight,” Napolitano wrote. “In 2003, then U.S. Representative Hilda Solis introduced legislation requiring the National Park Service to determine whether a National Recreation Area would benefit the mountains. It generated over 10,000 comments and received the backing of water agencies and the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments. The designation of the San Gabriel Mountains as a national
Napolitano & Curbelo Introduce Latino Conservation Resolution
(WASHINGTON, DC)  Today, Reps. Grace F. Napolitano (D-CA-32) and Carlos Curbelo (R-FL-26) introduced H. Res. 476, to support the inclusion and meaningful engagement of Latinos in environmental protection and conservation efforts. “Our bipartisan resolution proudly recognizes Latinos across the U.S., reinforcing the critical work so many are doing to preserve our planet for future generations,” said Napolitano. “Latino activists and environmentalists, especially youth, are becoming increasingly involved in conservation efforts, an encouraging sign for our community. Locally in my district they have been integral in fighting to protect the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and securing additional green space in Los Angeles County. We must continue to build this momentum, ensuring Latinos and all communities of color have a seat at the table where decisions are made.” “As the largest minority group in the United States, Latinos play a significant role in shaping govern



 
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