WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Susan Davis (D-San Diego) joined her House colleagues in requesting President-elect Donald Trump rescind his appointment of alt-right leader Steve Bannon as White House Chief Strategist. So far, 120 members have signed the letter.
Text of the letter is below.
Dear President-elect Trump:
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Susan A. Davis (D-San Diego) once again rated a perfect score on the Human Society’s Legislative Scorecard of the 114th Congress. The scorecard tracks cosponsorship of bills and votes in the House that protects animals.
SAN DIEGO, CA – Congresswoman Susan A.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Susan A. Davis (D-San Diego) solidified her perfect lifetime record on LGBT issues with the release of the Human Rights Campaign’s legislative scorecard for the 114th Congress.
SAN DIEGO, CA – Congresswoman Susan A. Davis (D-San Diego) and Veterans Village of San Diego (VVSD) announced over $1.4 million in federal grants to help homeless veterans in San Diego. Vietnam Veterans of San Diego will receive the grant money to further their efforts to get homeless veterans off the streets and into financial stability.
WASHINGTON – Last week, Rep. Susan Davis (CA-53) introduced H.R.
WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Susan Davis (D-San Diego) supported House legislation to help state and local leaders reduce juvenile crime with programs that will better serve at-risk and youth offenders. Davis is an original cosponsor of the Supporting Youth Opportunity and Preventing Delinquency Act, which passed the House.
WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Susan Davis’s (D-San Diego) effort to close the equity gap in career and technical education (CTE) moved forward when the House passed the bipartisan Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Cen
WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Susan A. Davis (D-San Diego) moved to honor fallen San Diego Police Officer Jonathan “J.D.” De Guzman by introducing legislation to name a local post office after Officer De Guzman.
SAN DIEGO – As the anniversary of the enactment of Social Security nears, Congresswoman Susan Davis (D-San Diego) renewed her commitment to protecting this vital program for today’s seniors and future generations. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Social Security into law on August 14, 1935.