September 21, 2018
IE Congressional reps split on government spending
WASHINGTON - (INT) – The Inland Empire’s representatives in Congress went in opposite directions on the government spending bill that passed Friday and was signed by President Trump.

Rep. Norma J. Torres (D-Pomona):

“Many people following the budget process are frustrated and angry with Congress and President Trump—and for good reason. This is the time we should work in a bipartisan manner to deliver the question of who we are as a nation, and unfortunately, that is precisely why I voted no.”

Rep. Ken Calvert (R-Corona):

“The passage of a budget agreement that ends the budget caps on defense is long overdue,” said Rep. Calvert. The bill also contains emergency supplemental funding, including critical resources and tax relief benefits for individuals and businesses affected by California wildfires that had the bipartisan support of our entire delegation.”
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