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Three family members killed when an Encinitas cliff collapsed on top of them during a beach day last month were remembered Wednesday on the House floor.
The two congressmen representing most of coastal San Diego County called for a vote on national legislation to permanently ban new oil drilling off America’s coasts.
On Wednesday two San Diego-area Democratic members of Congress got a first-hand look at the conditions inside some of San Diego's immigration detention facilities.
Congressmen Mike Levin and Juan Vargas toured the Chula Vista Border Patrol Station, the Otay Mesa Detention Center and a migrant shelter with Rep. Katie Porter, D-Irvine.
Rep. Mike Levin called on the federal government to approve funding for the the long-anticipated Encinitas-Solana Beach Coastal Storm Damage Reduction Project to prevent deadly bluff collapses.
OCEANSIDE — U.S. Rep. Mike Levin (D-San Juan Capistrano) met with realtors and taxpayer representatives from San Diego and Orange counties on Aug. 20 at the Chamber of Commerce to discuss how the state and local tax (SALT) deduction cap has harmed his constituents and possible solutions.
Veterans’ advocates and housing experts described challenges and possible solutions for sheltering homeless veterans during a bipartisan congressional hearing in Oceanside Thursday.
Following the deaths of three people from a bluff collapse on an Encinitas Beach earlier this month, California’s two senators and Rep. Mike Levin on Wednesday asked for federal funds for a long-sought project that could prevent such tragedies in the future.
OCEANSIDE — Colleen O’Harra, a former City Council member and co-founder of an organization servicing domestic violence victims, has been named Rep. Mike Levin’s “Constituent of the Month” for July.
A bill to increase the amount of funding available to disabled veterans to adapt their homes to meet their needs is one step closer to becoming law.
The Ryan Kules Specially Adaptive Housing Improvement Act of 2019 passed the House on Tuesday night by a voice vote.
Four San Diego congressional representatives want to allocate as much as $2 billion for infrastructure projects aimed at stopping the region’s decades-old cross-border sewage problem.