• March 2024
  • Update on State Route 150 Closure 🚧

    In recent weeks, Ventura County has been struck with flooding, rains, and mudslides which have upended the lives of many members of our community. The impacts have been felt throughout the region, including the Santa Paula and Upper Ojai areas. 

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  • February 2024
  • Weather & Storm Resources 🌧

    Recently, the Counties of Ventura and Los Angeles have experienced devastating flooding and rains impacting the lives of many members of our community and throughout Southern California. During these extreme weather events, my team and I are keeping a close watch on the conditions and coordinating with local, state, and federal officials to ensure that all the necessary resources are available to support our community.

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  • January 2024
  • Let’s stay in touch

    I am writing to remind you that, due to federal election laws, my ability to stay in touch with you will be somewhat limited beginning Friday, January 5, through the primary election on Tuesday, March 5.

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  • November 2023
  • Recognizing America’s Veterans

    This Veterans Day, as our nation comes together to recognize the men and women who have served our nation in uniform, I want to take this opportunity to thank our servicemembers, veterans, and their families for their service.

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  • September 2023
  • 3 Days To Go

    We are just a few days away from a potential government shutdown that has been engineered by the extreme right-wing. This comes after President Biden negotiated a bipartisan budget deal with Speaker McCarthy back in May to fund the government, making sure the United States did not default on its financial obligations and protecting our economy from disaster. Both the Senate and the House passed this bipartisan deal.

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  • August 2023
  • Attention Veterans! Deadline Extended to File Toxic-Exposure Claims

    This week marked one year since President Biden signed the PACT Act, the largest and most comprehensive expansion of care and benefits for toxic-exposed veterans and their families in more than three decades. This historic law created presumptions for many respiratory illnesses and cancers, making care and benefits easier and more accessible.

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  • September 2022
  • Let’s Stay in Touch

    I am writing to remind you that, due to federal election laws, my ability to stay in touch with you will be somewhat limited beginning Friday, September 9, through Election Day on Tuesday, November 8. To continue to stay up-to-date on my work for you in Congress, community news, and events I am hosting, I invite you to sign up for my e-newsletter. You can also connect with me online through Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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  • I am working for America’s working families!

    On Labor Day, we celebrate America’s workers – the men and women who play a critical role in building a strong economy and propelling it forward. This Labor Day, I extend a special thanks to Ventura County’s workforce for their dedication and commitment to helping our regional economy thrive. From the agricultural workers who supply food for our community and country, to the healthcare workers who have kept us safe and healthy amid an unprecedented public health emergency, to the firefighters, law enforcement officers, and first responders who are protecting communities across our state: you are true heroes.

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  • July 2022
  • You’re Invited! Passport Fair on Saturday, July 16, at 10:00 AM in Thousand Oaks

    It’s the summer season, which makes it the perfect time to travel abroad with your family and friends! To do so, it is imperative that you keep your passport up to date. As your representative in Congress, I want to make sure that obtaining or renewing a passport is made as easy as possible. For that reason, I am hosting a Passport Fair on Saturday, July 16, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Grant R. Brimhall Library, located at 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362.

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  • June 2022
  • Roe v. Wade

    Last week, the Supreme Court of the United States took unprecedented, deeply disappointing, and ideologically-driven action to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision protecting the right to safe and legal abortion. Less than 50 years after this consequential decision, women are once again faced with the uncertainty, fear, and challenges of finding safe and legal access to abortion and reproductive health care.

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  • April 2022
  • Attention High School Students’ Participate in the 2022 Congressional Art Competition!

    I am excited to once again invite all high school students (9th through 12th grades) in California’s 26th Congressional District to participate in the 2022 Congressional Art Competition, a nationwide visual arts competition started in 1982 to recognize artistic talent across the United States.

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  • March 2022
  • Join Congresswoman Brownley for a Virtual Town Hall with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

    Congresswoman Julia Brownley invites you to participate in a Virtual Town Hall for Veterans on Wednesday, March 23rd. This conversation will be an opportunity to to receive updates from the Congresswoman on her work for our nation’s veterans and an opportunity to provide feedback to senior VA staff. 

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  • February 2022
  • The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is already working in California!

    Last year, Congress passed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law that lays the foundation for strong economic growth by creating millions of good paying American jobs and making long-overdue investments to our nation’s crumbling infrastructure. Since its enactment in November, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law has been delivering on its promise to the State of California.

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  • January 2022
  • Celebrating 49 Years of Roe, Protecting Reproductive Health

    Today marks 49 years since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Roe v. Wade, one of the court’s most consequential decisions of the 20th Century. This landmark decision ensures the right to legal and safe abortion and safeguards everyone’s right to bodily autonomy and reproductive freedom.

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  • 2021 Legislative Accomplishments

    Last week, Congress convened for the first votes of 2022. Early in the week, the House passed bipartisan legislation to bring equitable access to the GI Bill benefits for servicemembers of the National Guard and Reserve. The Guard and Reserve GI Bill Parity Act of 2021 ensures that every day spent in uniform – including required training – counts towards the educational assistance benefits of these servicemembers.

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  • 2021 by the Numbers

    2021 was a year of incredible challenges for Americans across the country – and across Ventura County. Our local and national economies were still reeling from the turmoil of the COVID-19 pandemic, many families feared for the health of their loved ones, and businesses struggled to keep their doors open.

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  • December 2021
  • Telephone Town Hall with Congresswoman Julia Brownley on Thursday!

    Recently, the U.S. House of Representatives has taken decisive action to move our nation forward and build an economy that works for everyone. Join me for a telephone town hall to discuss the recent passage of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which makes the largest federal investment in our nation’s infrastructure in decades, and the Build Back Better Act, a bold, once-in-a-generation opportunity that is not only an investment in today – but an investment in our future.

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  • November 2021
  • Honoring Our Veterans Today and Every Day

    On this Veterans Day, we must commit not only to express our gratitude to our veterans, but to also fulfill our nation’s solemn promise: just as the military pledges to leave no soldier behind on the battlefield, we must leave no veteran behind when they return home. How we care for our veterans is a measure of our character as a country.

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