Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47) today led a letter to California Governor Jerry Brown urging him to consider a balanced approach to California’s state budget crisis – one that cuts costs but does not make the most vulnerable communities in California bear the majority of the burden of budget reductions.
“Afghan President Hamid Karzai has recently asserted that Afghanistan would side with Pakistan in a hypothetical war against the United States,” said Sanchez. “These comments are especially frustrating given the United States continues to invest endless amount of resources – including our young men and women – for the people of Afghanistan.”
On Thursday, September 1, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47), founder and co-chair of the Small Business Information Technology Caucus, will lead the dialogue at TechAmerica’s inaugural High-Tech Political Advisory Roundtable. Sanchez and Orange County’s technology leaders will discuss the creation and promotion of business-friendly policies and federal initiatives to drive innovation and job growth.
On Friday the Citizens Redistricting Commission released their first round of district maps for Assembly, Senate, Congress, and Board of Equalization. From the looks of things, the voters are getting pretty much what they asked for when they approved the ballot initiatives that set up the process. We’re getting more competitive districts.