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In a letter to Marybel Batjer, President of the California Public Utilities Commission, the Members demanded that the Commission stop the implementation of Section 3101(a)(6) of the California Internet Consumer Protection and Net Neutrality Act of 2018, because it would deny veterans in the State access to health care.
As we continue reopening during COVID recovery, local Medicare providers have asked for additional time to begin repayment of certain Medicare loans, and my legislation will provide this reasonable flexibility.
“Palomar was asked by two levels of government to take the lead in our community’s COVID-19 response and made significant investments to do so,” Issa said. “When Palomar was met with bureaucratic obstacles to gain its deserved reimbursement, our office worked with various levels of government to overcome them.”
ABC 10 News - Dozens of migrant teenagers being housed at the San Diego Convention Center have tested positive for the coronavirus. Some local lawmakers say this may not have been the best choice for the shelter.
Border Patrol estimates criminal organizations earned $411M in February 2021.
A blank check requested to fund migrant support services.
Republican congressman Darrell Issa sent ABC 10News the following statement about the bill [H.R. 6] passing in The House:
Congressman Issa visited Palomar Hospital in Escondido to see how they successfully expanded their ICU capacity in order to accommodate more COVID-19 patients.