AGUILAR, PETE (a Representative from California)

AGUILAR, PETE (a Representative from California)

Bills and resolutions cosponsored

African Americans: mint coins in commemoration of Negro Leagues baseball establishment anniversary (see H.R. 4104), H1471 [3MR]

AID: strengthen implementation of policies that advance early childhood development internationally and provide assistance for orphans and other vulnerable children in developing countries (see H.R. 4864), H2262 [15MY]

Air pollution: preserve appropriate and achievable Federal standards for greenhouse gas emissions and corporate average fuel economy for cars and light trucks (see H.R. 978), H765 [4FE]

Australia: recognize longstanding partnership with the U.S. to share critical firefighting resources during times of crisis (see H. Res. 803), H538 [24JA]

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services: clarify parameters for model testing and add accountability to model expansion under the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (see H.R. 5741), H2004 [14MY]

Commission on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys: establish (see H.R. 1636), H2369 [4JN]

Committee on Aging (House, Select): establish (see H. Res. 821), H1506 [4MR]

DEA: eliminate separate registration requirement for dispensing narcotic drugs categorized in schedules with lower potential for abuse that are intended for maintenance or detoxification treatment (see H.R. 2482), H64 [8JA]

Dept. of Defense: limit and regulate transfer of surplus military equipment to State and local law enforcement agencies (see H.R. 1714), H2398 [15JN]

Dept. of Education: establish a grant program to support partnerships and collaboration between Hispanic-serving institutions of higher education and Hispanic-serving school districts (see H.R. 3827), H2279 [22MY]

——— provide grants to States to establish a comprehensive school career counseling program (see H.R. 5092), H13 [7JA]

——— require institutions of higher education that receive Federal funds to adopt policies to prevent harassment and bullying (see H.R. 2747), H1879 [7AP]

Dept. of HHS: award grants to States to provide safety measures to social workers, health workers, and human services professionals in high-risk and potentially dangerous situations (see H.R. 5138), H13 [7JA]

Dept. of Justice: require States receiving Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (Byrne/JAG) Program funds to require de-escalation training for law enforcement officers to reduce need for use of force (see H.R. 2927), H2369 [4JN]

Dept. of Transportation: improve transportation alternatives program (see H.R. 5231), H65 [8JA]

Dept. of Veterans Affairs: credit applicable medical facilities accounts at the West Los Angeles, CA, Medical Center with revenues received pursuant to the use of easements at the Center (see H.R. 5094), H766 [4FE]

——— provide for eligibility of certain individuals exposed to burn pits for hospital care, medical services, and nursing home care (see H.R. 4137), H766 [4FE]

——— provide for presumption of service connection for diseases associated with herbicide exposure for certain veterans who served in Vietnam (see H.R. 2200), H766 [4FE]

——— provide for presumption of service connection for illnesses associated with firefighting (see H.R. 5637), H848 [5FE]

——— provide for treatment of proceeds from seized or forfeited assets in connection with certain third-party land use at the West Los Angeles, CA, Medical Center (see H.R. 5093), H766 [4FE]

Drugs: prohibit pharmacy benefit managers and insurers from receiving rebates for insulin products for which the manufacturer has complied with list price reduction requirements and require certain deductible waivers (see H.R. 4906), H2322 [27MY]

EPA: exclude vehicles used solely for competition from certain provisions of the Clean Air Act (see H.R. 5434), H2369 [4JN]

Financial institutions: provide exception from credit union member business loan cap for loans made to aid in coronavirus emergency recovery (see H.R. 6550), H1980 [5MY]

Firearms: require firearm assembly kits to be considered as firearms (see H.R. 1266), H537 [24JA]

Immigration: establish critical assistance programs for immigrants and refugees to overcome common challenges such as language barriers and employment attainment, and help in breaking down barriers to naturalization (see H.R. 4928), H1876 [3AP]

——— expand access to health care services, including sexual, reproductive, and maternal health services, for immigrants by removing legal and policy barriers to health insurance coverage (see H.R. 4701), H13 [7JA]

Insects: encourage and facilitate efforts by States and other stakeholders to conserve and sustain the western population of monarch butterflies (see H.R. 5920), H1957 [23AP]

Iran: condemn state-sponsored terrorist attacks against U.S. citizens and officials and Iranian dissidents and recognize right of Iranian people to establish a democratic, secular, and non-nuclear republic (see H. Res. 374), H1876 [3AP]

Juneteenth Independence Day: observance (see H. Res. 1001), H2397 [15JN]

Law enforcement: condemn all acts of police brutality, racial profiling, and use of excessive and militarized force (see H. Res. 988), H2370 [4JN]

——— hold accountable for misconduct in court, improve transparency through data collection, and reform police training and policies (see H.R. 7120), H2375 [8JN]

Law enforcement officers: classify use of chokeholds as excessive and prohibited use of force (see H.R. 4408), H2369 [4JN]

Medicaid: enable States to better provide access to whole genome sequencing clinical services for certain undiagnosed children (see H.R. 4144), H2262 [15MY]

Medicare: add physical therapists to list of health care providers allowed to utilize locum tenens (substitute) arrangements (see H.R. 5453), H1895 [17AP]

——— provide coverage for all physicians’ services furnished by chiropractors within the scope of their license (see H.R. 3654), H1901 [21AP]

Medicare/Medicaid: modify skilled nursing facility training lockout penalties to allow certain facilities to continue certified nurse assistant training (see H.R. 4468), H1165 [18FE]

National Native American Heritage Month: observance (see H. Res. 682), H13 [7JA]

National World War II Memorial: mint coins in commemoration (see H.R. 4681), H538 [24JA]

Native American Heritage Day: observance (see H. Res. 682), H13 [7JA]

OSHA: promulgate emergency temporary standard to protect employees from occupational exposure to coronavirus (see H.R. 6559), H2322 [27MY]

Privacy: allow domestic violence victims who are participating in State Address Confidentiality Programs to use their confidential substitute address when creating new public records at the Federal level (see H.R. 4705), H766 [4FE]

Taxation: amend definition of qualified amateur sports organization in the Internal Revenue Code to remove restriction on student-athletes using or being compensated for use of their name, image, or likeness (see H.R. 1804), H937 [6FE]

——— extend deduction for charitable contributions to all taxpayers in order to encourage and increase charitable giving and provide for loans and loan guarantees to certain public charities (see H.R. 6408), H1999 [13MY]

——— modify rehabilitation credit for certain small projects, eliminate requirement that the taxpayer’s basis in a building be reduced by the amount of rehabilitation credit determined relative to such building (see H.R. 2825), H64 [8JA]

Tuskegee Airman Lieutenant Colonel Robert J. Friend Memorial Post Office Building, Irvine, CA: designate (see H.R. 5711), H1018 [10FE]

U.S. Commission on Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation: establish (see H. Con. Res. 100), H2367 [4JN]

Voting: expand vote by mail and early voting and improve safety, accessibility, and efficiency of in-person voting during elections for Federal office (see H.R. 7068), H2362 [1JN]

Woodie Rucker-Hughes Post Office Building, Riverside, CA: designate (see H.R. 5983), H1224 [26FE]


Staples, Tim, H241 [15JA]