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ENG: Jeffrey John "Jeff" Denham (born July 29, 1967) is the U.S. Representative for California's 10th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously served two terms in the California State Senate, representing the 12th District, which includes Madera, Merced, Monterey, San Benito and Stanislaus counties. Denham was the second lowest paid State Senator because he refused pay raises. Denham announced he would be a candidate for California's Lieutenant Governor in 2010 but dropped those plans when Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed Republican State Senator Abel Maldonado to fill the vacancy left by former Lieutenant Governor John Garamendi's election to Congress. Denham subsequently running for the State Assembly but dropped those plans as well when he ...
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More logging would reduce risks of fire


Across our country, we all learned the importance of emergency preparedness last week. Whether it is earthquakes, floods, fires or hurricanes, being prepared for disasters is important for the continued safety of our communities and businesses. The Motor Fire, which continues to burn near Yosemite, has been designated by many as a "normal" incident in this area, but the fire has caused the evacuation of hundreds of homes, closed businesses in a critical time of year and provides a good example of why we need to manage our forests better. I was in Yosemite last Thursday and had the ...


Congressman Denham endorses Brad Hawn for Mayor of Modesto


Congressman Jeff Denham has thrown his support behind Brad Hawn in this November’s Modesto mayoral race, Hawn’s campaign announced today. Congressman Denham’s district covers portions of Modesto and much of the surrounding community. “Brad has been an excellent councilman for Modesto and will make a fantastic mayor,” said Denham. “Clearly Brad Hawn is the best choice to protect Modesto’s fiscal future and ensure the great quality of life that living in Modesto has always offered.” “I am honored to have the support of Congressman ...


Protestors demand action on jobs from Denham


The North Fresno office of Republican Congressman Jeff Denham was surrounded by angry protestors. Terri Moreno was among those who went into Denham's office to voice her concerns. "We told them the truth we are American citizens and we need jobs and unemployment is not enough to live on." Denham was across town at a ribbon cutting at the VA hospital. He noted many of the protestors were health care workers facing cuts by the state. But he told Action News government has to be downsized. "I know there are a lot of protestors that are frustrated that have been cut by the state government, ...


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Vets Affected By Calif. National Guard Bonus Debacle Would Not Owe Government Under House Bill
Veterans who received improper reenlistment bonuses from the California National Guard would not have to pay the money back to the Defense Department under a new House bill. The legislation, supported by several House Republicans mostly from California, would ensure that those who served in the California National Guard and were overpaid by recruiters between 2004 and 2010 would not have to reimburse the government, unless they committed fraud or did not meet service requirements. The bill also would return with interest any repayments those veterans already have made, would require Defense to notify credit agencies that the debt was not valid, and would provide financial assistance to those who need it. The Los Angeles Times in October reported that the California National Guard overpaid in reenlistment bonuses to about 10,000 soldiers to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan a decade ago.  About 2,000 of 10,000 recipients of the erroneous payments have been asked to return money. The
California Association of Highway Patrolmen Endorse Rep. Jeff Denham
For Immediate Release October 11, 2016 Contact: Dave Gilliard Phone: (916) 626-6804 MODESTO, CA – – Today U.S. Representative Jeff Denham announced the endorsement of the California Association of Highway Patrolmen (CAHP) in his campaign for reelection to the 10th Congressional District. In an endorsement letter CAHP President Doug Villars commented on Rep. Denham’s actions... Read more » The post California Association of Highway Patrolmen Endorse Rep. Jeff Denham appeared first on Jeff Denham for Congress.
National Association of Home Builders Endorses Denham
For Immediate Release October 20, 2016 Contact: Dave Gilliard Phone: (916) 626-6804 MODESTO, CA—Today, U.S. Representative Jeff Denham announced receiving the endorsement of the National Association of Home Builders(NAHB) for re-election to Congress. The National Association of Home Builders is a Washington-based trade association representing more than 140,000 members involved in home building, remodeling, multifamily... Read more » The post National Association of Home Builders Endorses Denham appeared first on Jeff Denham for Congress.
Rep. Jeff Denham Introduces VET Bonus Act in U.S. House
WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) today introduced legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives – H.R. 6316, the Veterans Earned Their Bonuses Act (VET Bonus Act) –  to address the issue of veterans being forced to repay bonuses that were granted by California National Guard (CalGuard) recruiters from 2004 to 2010. “The men and women who bravely served or are still serving this country in our armed forces should not be forced to repay anything they received in good faith and earned through their blood, sweat and sacrifice,” said Rep. Denham. “Unfortunately, the Pentagon has been going after these soldiers even though the contract for service was signed and fulfilled. To hold them liable for a contract that was presented by an agent of the U.S. Army, as much as a decade later, is unjust. This legislation seeks to right these wrongs and hold the administration accountable for the damage it has caused.” While individual cases have been addressed



 
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