GV Wire TJ Cox Endorsed by US Chamber of Commerce in Race vs. Valadao September 2, 2020 The usually Republican-leaning U.S. Chamber of Commerce is going bipartisan with its endorsement in races for the House of Representatives this November.“As a businessman myself, I’m proud to work with anyone and every one to deliver for theContinue reading “TJ Cox Endorsed by US Chamber of Commerce in Race vs. Valadao”
ABC News 23 Bakersfield Rep. TJ Cox introduces Ensuring Veterans Access Act August 20, 2020 Representative TJ Cox (D-CA-21) and Representative Chip Roy (R-TX-21) introduced the Ensuring Veterans Access Act to Ensure Transparency in the Department of Veterans Affairs. Last week, the representatives introduced the Ensuring Veterans Access Act, to improve transparency for veterans attemptingContinue reading “Rep. TJ Cox introduces Ensuring Veterans Access Act”
Fresno Bee Cox and Costa announce support of USPS during Fresno press conference August 18th, 2020 Democratic Congressmen TJ Cox and Jim Costa announce their support for legislation that would keep operations of the United States Postal Service from being limited during the Coronavirus pandemic and upcoming presidential election.
Lemoore Leader Congressman Cox secures federal funding for under served communities in Central Valley August 17, 2020 The House of Representatives on July 31 voted on a series of “minibus” bills to fund the government for the fiscal year 2021. This package included the following six appropriations bills: Defense; Commerce-Justice-Science; Energy and Water Development; Financial Services and General Government;Continue reading “Congressman Cox secures federal funding for under served communities in Central Valley”
Bakersfield.com OTHER VOICES: Delivering dollars for Central Valley water August 15, 2020 Water is the lifeblood of our region and there are immense challenges to providing and maintaining a reliable and resilient water supply for both farms and communities in the Central Valley. As your congressional representatives, we’ve been working together to bring resources backContinue reading “OTHER VOICES: Delivering dollars for Central Valley water”
Lemoore Leader Rep. Cox applauds House, passage of Great American Outdoors Act, public land protection bill July 23, 2020 Congressman TJ Cox voted to pass the bipartisan Great American Outdoors Act, of which he was a co-lead.Photo contributed Kings County Rep. TJ Cox this week voted to pass the bipartisan Great American Outdoors Act, of which he was aContinue reading “Rep. Cox applauds House, passage of Great American Outdoors Act, public land protection bill”
Legislation that would provide $200 million for much needed repairs to the Friant-Kern Canal has moved one more step to becoming reality.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday passed the Moving Forward Act, a $1.5 trillion package to fund infrastructure needs in the country. The Senate still needs to pass the legislation and then it needs to be signed by President Trump for it to become law.
WASHINGTON – Representative TJ Cox (CA-21) joined House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn, members of the House Rural Broadband Taskforce and House Democrats to introduce the Accessible, Affordable Internet for All Act.
If successful, the Act would invest $100 billion to build high-speed broadband infrastructure in unserved and underserved communities to ensure that the resulting internet service is affordable.
On Wednesday, Rep. TJ Cox voted to pass the Moving Forward Act which approves legislation that will provide funding to the Central Valley to rebuild water infrastructure.
TJ Cox introduced two pieces of legislation that would give funds for technical support for clean drinking water for low-income towns currently dealing with dirty water. The other bill will repair the Friant-Kern Canal.
For the complete bill text, visit here.
Fresno’s Rodolfo Gonzalez learned from a text message that the U.S. Supreme Court stopped the Trump administration from immediately ending the DACA program.
“I was excited and kind of speechless at the same time,” the 24-year-old college student said. “I’m just very excited, not only for my future but for the future of many others.”