Republican leadership kicked off 2016 with another attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act. This is the 62nd time the GOP voted to repeal the ACA. Enough is enough.
I voted to protect the Affordable Care Act.
I'm disappointed that my Republican colleagues insist on wasting time in Congress. We should be focused on creating more jobs and increasing opportunities for people to learn more skills to help them succeed in the workplace. Congress needs to bring more financial security to students concerned or struggling with student debt. And we need to bring more opportunities to people by breaking down barriers that prevent them from participating in the economy or our democracy.
Latest from the Campaign
|November 17||Steve Bannon|
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|November 11||Thank you|
|November 4||Voter Pamphlet Statement|
|October 18||New Radio Ads and Mail Pieces - Environment|
In the News
|November 5||Time for action on schools, continuing Greenways; but let’s wait on EMS, Bellingham Herald|
|October 28||Editorial: Rick Larsen merits ninth term in U.S. House, Herald.net|
|October 28||Opioids, transit, veteran services top Larsen’s legislative list, South Whidbey Record|
|October 25||Candidate forum draws numerous candidates, Stanwood Camano News|
|October 19||An advocate for Mukilteo’s seniors, Mukilteo Beacon|