In the House of Representatives, Representative Calvert's priorities have been supporting the military in our national defense, improving our local and national economies, strengthening our borders and reforming the immigration system, creating long-term solutions to California's energy and water problems, working towards the implementation and funding of new transportation corridors vital to Riverside County's future, and much more.
EPA chief announces plan to eliminate reliance on animal research By Carlin Becker Washington Examiner Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler directed his department to phase out the use of animal research and allocated $4.25 million to advance research on alternative methods that can better predict potential hazards. In a memo signed on Tuesday, Wheeler […]Read More »
Everyone loves a rags-to-riches story. They are woven into the fabric of our nation. Henry Ford, Walt Disney, Oprah Winfrey, and Steve Jobs are a few of the most celebrated examples, though there are untold numbers of lesser-known Americans who have traveled that path. These stories all have one thing in common — they are […]Read More »
Temecula wins $50 million grant to ease northbound 15 Freeway gridlock The federal dollars will help pay for lanes to address the bottleneck where that freeway and the 215 Freeway meet By Jeff Horseman Press-Enterprise The U.S. Department of Transportation grant, announced by Rep. Ken Calvert, R-Corona, will help Temecula finish the second phase of […]Read More »
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