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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 & Colleagues Introduce Resolution Honoring San Gabriel Mountains National Monument
(WASHINGTON, DC) Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (CA-32) joined eight Los Angeles area colleagues in introducing H.Res. 639, honoring the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and the more-than-a-decade-long process of community engagement that led to its designation. “H.Res. 639 pays tribute to all of the local residents, elected officials, small business owners, community leaders, and conservationists who worked together for more than ten years to protect and preserve our beloved San Gabriel Mountains,” Napolitano said. “It underscores the fully transparent process, consisting of listening sessions, public comment periods, and bipartisan legislative initiatives at both state and federal levels, which ultimately led to a National Monument designation just over three years ago. This historic designation has enabled San Gabriel Valley communities to leverage additional federal dollars for critically needed recreation, trail maintenance, trash collection, and fire prevention se
Napolitano’s Statement on Secretary Zinke’s Report Recommending No Changes to Size of San Gabriel Mountains National Monument
(WASHINGTON, DC) Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-El Monte) issued the following statement after Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke released his final report on findings of the Trump Administration Monument Review, which does not recommend any changes to the size of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument: “We are glad that for now there is no expected reduction in the size of our San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, however this decision is by no means final. We must remain vigilant of any future attempt to shrink these protected areas or undermine the will of our communities. Even though Secretary Zinke did not visit or speak with my constituents during the monument review process, we thank all of the local residents, elected officials, small business owners, community leaders, and conservationists who spoke out in strong support of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument. Your continued input is critical, as we work to preserve this green space and out
Napolitano’s Statement on Michael Flynn Lying to the FBI
(WASHINGTON, DC) Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-El Monte) released the following statement after former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn admitted to making false statements to the FBI about communications with the Russian government: “Michael Flynn’s admission of lying to the FBI is appalling and deeply troubling. President Trump and his administration have repeatedly denied any link between his campaign officials and the Russians, yet Mr. Flynn is now the fourth person to be charged with such ties. This disturbing revelation underpins the importance of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, which must be able to proceed without interference from the Trump Administration or Congress. A bipartisan, independent commission to fully investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 election and to safeguard our democracy from future attacks must also be established without delay.”   # # #
Napolitano’s Statement on Net Neutrality
(WASHINGTON, DC)  Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-El Monte) released the following statement, reiterating her strong support for Net Neutrality in advance of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) scheduled vote on December 14: “San Gabriel Valley consumers, not a select group of corporations, should have the freedom to choose what websites and apps they wish to see online. This is why I have always been a strong supporter of Net Neutrality and will continue to fight to ensure equal and unfettered access to the internet. Expansion of free-flowing information online under Net Neutrality has allowed news, sports, and social networking pages to flourish, and the growth in wireless devices over the last decade means this information is at our fingertips like never before. Removing these critical protections, as President Trump’s FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has signaled he plans to do, would threaten consumers’ open access to the internet and restrict our free speech. Over 12

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