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Press Releases & In the News

Rep. Barragán Submits Public Comment to HUD Opposing Proposal to End Public Housing for Undocumented Immigrants

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 9, 2019 Contact: Clarissa Rojas 202-594-7768   Rep. Barragán Submits Public Comment to HUD Opposing Proposal to End Public Housing for Undocumented Immigrants   WASHINGTON, D.C.…

Spectrum News: Rep. Barragan 1 of 2 Women on Congressional Baseball Team from SoCal

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Rep. Barragan 1 of 2 Women on Congressional Baseball Team from SoCal BY EM NGUYEN PUBLISHED 3:52 PM ET JUL. 02, 2019 WASHINGTON, D.C. — The heat on Capitol Hill…

MSNBC: Rep. Barragán on the Last Word

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IG report demands DHS fix dangerous overcrowding in detention facilities A new IG report called on the Department of Homeland Security to address "dangerous overcrowding and prolonged detention" of children…

MSNBC: Rep. Barragán on All In with Chris Hayes

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Rep. Nanette Barragán: 'They were begging for help' House members toured Texas border stations and reported awful conditions. Migrants "were begging for help," said Rep. Nanette Barragán.  

Roll Call: Sánchez and Barragán to girls: You can play in the major leagues

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Sánchez and Barragán to girls: You can play in the major leagues Video here. Only two women are playing in the Congressional Baseball Game this year, but the dynamic duo…

Roll Call: Diamonds are Reps. Linda Sánchez and Nanette Barragán’s best friend

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Diamonds are Reps. Linda Sánchez and Nanette Barragán’s best friend Even though Reps. Linda Sánchez and Nanette Barragán will be the lone female lawmakers at Nationals Park, surrounded by more…

The 44th District

California’s 44th Congressional District includes the communities of Carson, Compton, Florence-Firestone, Lynwood, North Long Beach, Rancho Dominguez, San Pedro, South Gate, Walnut Park, Watts, Willowbrook and Wilmington. It spans from the Port of Los Angeles to the Watts Towers, and features some of the most vibrant business, cultural, and historic communities in Southern California.