Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) shared his official resource guide for California’s 39th District small businesses affected by the coronavirus. The guide includes information on the Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loans, national, state, and CA-39 resources, and frequently asked questions. The small business guide can be found
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39), along with Reps. Judy Chu (CA-27) and Anna Eshoo (CA-18), led a group of 25 members of the House California Delegation in urging Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma to approve California’s Medicaid waiver request. The waiver would make it easier
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) released the following statement in response to the President’s budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2021: “The President’s proposed budget is an insult to American families in California’s 39th District and across the country. Despite his promise to not touch Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security,
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) voted to protect and strengthen workers’ rights. The House of Representatives passed H.R. 2474, Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, a bill aimed at strengthening workers’ power to form a union and negotiate for bigger paychecks, better benefits, and safer working conditions. Rep.
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) delivered a floor speech honoring gun violence survivors and calling for action on gun safety legislation. This week, February 1-8, marks National Gun Violence Survivors Week which focuses on sharing the stories of gun violence survivors. In 1960, Rep. Cisneros’ maternal grandfather was murdered
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) and his guest Julie Erick, a Fullerton resident and breast cancer survivor who relies on the pre-existing condition protections from the Affordable Care Act, attended the State of the Union Address. Following the President’s Address, Rep. Cisneros issued the following statement: “Access to quality,
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) announced his office is accepting appropriations funding requests from California’s 39th Congressional District for the final Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Appropriations Acts. Rep. Cisneros is soliciting feedback on the federal funding that benefits the district to help inform his formal testimony and programmatic request
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) joined the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC) in recognizing Korean American Day, which commemorates the arrival of the first Korean immigrants to the U.S. on January 13, 1903. The day also honors the contributions of Korean Americans in all aspects of society. Rep.
Congressman Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) praised the passage of a pair of bills addressing homelessness. The two bills that passed the House include the Veteran HOUSE Act of 2020 and the Homeless Assistance Act of 2019. Rep. Cisneros is a co-sponsor of both bills. “There’s a homelessness crisis in
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) voted in favor of the War Powers Resolution which reclaims Congress’ constitutional power to declare war and limits the President’s authority to take military action against Iran. Earlier this evening, Rep. Cisneros spoke on the House floor about why the House should pass the
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) joined more than 35 of his colleagues to demand answers on the White House’s decision to carry out the airstrike against Qasem Soleimani and the national security strategy towards curbing Iran’s aggression and nuclear ambitions. “For the past 17 years, Americans have shouldered the
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) went on CNN to discuss the protests at U.S. Embassy in Baghdad and current situation between the U.S., Iraq, and Iran. On Friday, a U.S. defense contractor was killed and four U.S. servicemembers and two members of the Iraqi Security Forces were injured in
Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) voted in favor of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA), which includes critical improvements secured by House Democrats. According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the trade agreement with Canada and Mexico supports approximately 12 million U.S jobs. “For decades, NAFTA has harmed workers