Scott Peters

Reps. Scott Peters (Calif.) and Ron Kind (Wis.) echoed pharmaceutical industry talking points in a letter drafted to President Joe Biden.
The amendment would prevent government funds from enforcing the ban.
A year ago, I joined my colleagues in the New Democrat Coalition, a group of 52 pro-growth Democratic lawmakers, to release the American Prosperity Agenda. Earlier this month we released a one-year report that benchmarks our progress
A few months back, he announced a major shift in U.S. policy towards Cuba, ending a half-century of frostiness, and this week the outlines of a deal to avoid a war with Iran were unveiled, thawing a relationship that froze over back in 1979.
Other lawmakers might argue that they're not resting simply because they're not in Washington and that time in their districts
One of the tiredest clichés in all of American politics -- and a favorite of D.C. "centrists" -- is that economic populism is all about beating up on the rich and redistributing income instead of pursuing economic growth. But Elizabeth Warren and her fellow progressives are not, either in rhetoric or policy, anti-growth or anti-business or out to "soak" the rich.
In the bizarro election of 2014, where the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage backed pro-gay Democratic candidates to show the GOP that they will help defeat any Republican candidate who veers from the evangelical right's agenda, pro-gay hedge-fund billionaire Paul Singer helped the anti-gay GOP take control of the U.S. Senate.
Carl DeMaio, an openly gay Republican House candidate vying to unseat Rep. Scott Peters (D-Calif.), hit back at sexual harassment
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) -- who has refused to bring the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to the floor for a
This story has been updated to note that on Friday the Chamber endorsed a fifth Democratic candidate, Rep. Kyrsten Sinema
Recently, the EPA unveiled a proposal to reduce carbon emissions aggressively. It also avoids a potentially clumsy federal "one-size-fits-all" approach, by requiring and empowering each state to craft its own pollution reduction strategy. When each state is a laboratory, we are most likely to find the best practices.
Despite the U.S. Constitution legally binding all 435 seats of the House of Representatives to go up for reelection every two years, an astoundingly low number of races are considered toss-ups in this November's election.
Police responded to a reported break-in at a Republican congressional candidate's campaign headquarters in San Diego on Wednesday
As the ocean absorbs more CO2, the ocean becomes more acidic, and acidic water affects all ocean life especially plankton and coral reefs. It poses a real threat to animals higher on the food chain, including fish. One out of six American jobs depends on our oceans.
Virginia Rep. Randy Forbes, a senior House Republican eyeing a powerful committee chairmanship, is causing friction with
"The suggestion that we have become a country where those living in poverty fight each other for a handful of crumbs tossed
Fink, who has said Filner patted her buttocks at an event in 2005, when he was a congressman, described the mayor as "someone
The huge monetary advantages for these six incumbents will be touted by them and their parties, but they will not guarantee
"That's something I understand the Republicans used to support but are not so supportive of now," he said. "And I would certainly