Washington, DC – Yesterday Rep. Ruben Gallego participated in a ceremony to commemorate Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and rename Broadway Road in Phoenix in his honor. Congressman Gallego released the following statement in remembrance and commemoration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.:
Washington, DC – Congressman Ruben Gallego released the following statement on the approval of the House Republicans poison pill amendments to the Department of Homeland Security funding bill:
Washington, DC – Congressman Ruben Gallego issued the following statement:
“A few days into the 114th Congress and rather than working together, Republicans are playing politics - endangering our national security by threatening to withhold funds from DHS in order to deport DREAMers and immigrant families. Shame on them.”
Washington, DC – Today President Obama announced the America’s College Promise Proposal, which will make 2 years of community college free for responsible students. Rep. Gallego made the following statement in regards to the President’s announcement:
Washington, DC – Yesterday during President Obama’s visit to Phoenix, Congressman Ruben Gallego discussed several topics of importance to Arizona – among them immigration and transportation improvements for the South Central corridor of Phoenix.
Washington - President Obama and Secretary Castro arrived in Phoenix last night where the President will deliver a speech today to highlight the administration’s next steps to stabilize the recovering housing sector and the positive economic impact it has on millions of middle class families.
The following is a statement from Congressman Ruben Gallego:
Washington, DC – Today, Ruben Gallego was sworn in as the Representative for Arizona's 7th Congressional District in the 114th Congress. Rep. Gallego released the following statement:
Congressman Gallego Sworn into 114th Congress
New Congress Meets in Washington, DC
The First Session of the 114th United States Congress commences on January 6th, 2015. Members of the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives will attend the First Session.