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The U.S. Representative for California's 39th congressional district, serving since 2003.
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ENG: Linda T. Sánchez (born January 28, 1969) is the U.S. Representative for California's 39th congressional district, serving since 2003. She is a member of the Democratic Party. Early life, education and career Sánchez was born in Orange, California and grew up with six siblings, raised by Mexican immigrant parents in Anaheim. She earned her BA in Spanish in 1991 at the University of California, Berkeley and her Juris Doctor degree in 1995 at the UCLA School of Law, where she was an editor of the Chicano-Latino Law Review. Sánchez was an attorney specializing in labor law prior to her public service career. In 1998, she joined the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 441 and became a compliance officer. In 2000 she was unanimously ...
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Linda Sánchez Slams Job Outsourcing Legislation


Congresswoman Linda Sánchez released the following statement concerning the House passage of H.R.2587, which will weaken the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), make it easier for corporations to send American jobs overseas, and undermine collective bargaining rights. “This bill really is the ‘Job Outsourcers’ bill of rights,’ and it will stop job creation in its tracks. By limiting the action the National Labor Relations Board can take, this bill will ship jobs overseas and crush workers’ rights. “This bill also undermines collective bargaining ...


Linda Sánchez Statement on End of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”


Congresswoman Linda Sánchez issued the following statement regarding “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” which barred gays and lesbians from openly serving in the U.S. military. The discriminatory policy ends today after it was implemented seventeen years ago. “‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ was both counterproductive to our nation’s security, as well as morally wrong. Today, we take the first step in healing the wounds caused by seventeen years of a damaging, discriminatory policy. “I am hopeful that our country can turn the page on ...


Rep. Linda Sanchez to run in new 38th Congressional District


Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-Lakewood) announced Wednesday that she will seek election in the newly drawn 38th Congressional District in southeast Los Angeles County. She will avoid a contest with the current representative of the area, Rep. Grace Napolitano (D-Norwalk), who said Wednesday she'll run instead in the new 32nd Congressional District in the San Gabriel Valley. But Sanchez will get competition instead from state Sen. Ron Calderon (D-Montebello), who previously announced his plans to run for Congress in the 38th District. ... by Jean Merl Source: latimes.com


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Congresswoman Linda Sanchez Says Latinos Are Hardest Hit By Environmental Problems
Congresswoman Linda Sanchez, a California Democrat, said that environmental problems disproportionately affect Latinos, who tend to suffer from high rates of respiratory-related illnesses. In a conference call with environmental watchdog group The League of Conservation Voters, Sanchez said: “Poor Latinos communities are more affected by pollution…Latinos are three times more likely to die from asthma than other racial groups.” Sanchez, who was one of only three members of Congress who received a perfect score from LCV in the group's recently released “2013 National Environmental Scorecard,” which rates performance on environmental issues, said that Congress had done little to address pollution problems. “The votes that we take in Congress and the votes LCV are talking about in their scorecards…have an actual impact on these [Latino] communities.” Sanchez stressed her concern about global climate changes. “We essentially didn’t have a winter this year” in Californ
Rep. Linda Sanchez bill would provide Social Security benefits equity to LGBT couples
Congresswoman Linda Sanchez, D-Cerritos, has introduced a bill that would end a policy denying Social Security benefits to same-sex couples. In a statement, Sanchez said it is time for government to stop telling gay and lesbian couples that they are "second class citizens." "Same-sex couples pay into Social Security over the course of their working lives just like other Americans," said Sanchez. "They should receive the full benefits they have earned. My bill will make sure every American receives a benefit based upon their contribution to Social Security, not their sexual orientation." The Social Security Equality Act of 2013 would require the Social Security Administration to give spousal, survivor and death benefits to same-sex couples whose relationships have been recognized by the state where they live. Twelve states and the District of Columbia recognize same-sex marriages, and six other states recognize civil unions. "Despite the recent Supreme Court decisions that struck down (
Rep. Linda Sanchez joins the Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss immigration reform
With Minimum Wage On State Of The Union Agenda, Fast Food Workers Are Guests Of Honor
On Tuesday night during his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama will announce an executive order increasing the minimum wage for federal contract workers from $7.25 to $10.10. “This action will cover workers who are performing services or construction and are getting paid less than $10.10 an hour,” said a statement from the White House. “Some examples of the hardworking people who would benefit from an executive order include military base workers who wash dishes, serve food and do laundry.” This unilateral move represents an attempt by the President to combat income inequality — at least, as much as he can without support from Capitol Hill. During last year’s State of the Union address, Obama called on Congress to raise minimum wage across the board; so far, his proposal has failed to gain enough ground. The President is widely expected to bring the plight of all low-wage workers to the fore again on Tuesday night. Watching his address in person will



 
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