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I have had a lifetime of service, from Peace Corps to Congress.
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My work is never done, but I am proud of what we have done so far.
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As Silicon Valley prospers, it comes with great responsibility to our workers, community, and nation.
Through my commission on Equity and Excellence, we have crafted a set of solutions to ensure equity in education.
I have brought nearly one billion dollars to the Bay Area to support the extension of BART to Berryessa.
I have been an unwavering champion for human rights and social justice everywhere.
I will continue to fight for real change to our gun laws. Reducing needless gun violence is a moral imperative.
People deserve respect and support for who they are regardless of their gender identity.
As Chairman of the Immigration Task Force, I am continuing to champion immigration reform that keeps families together.
I want to save and strengthen Social Security well into the future and provide it with a solid source of funding.
I continue to work in support of programs and policies to make housing more affordable and accessible for working and low income families.
Fremont, CA – Congressman Mike Honda (D-Silicon Valley) held a town hall event to discuss social security during which he announced plans to introduce a bill to "scrap the cap.” The event was organized this week to commemorate social security’s 81st anniversary on Sunday.
"I am deeply saddened by the passing of my friend Rep. Mark Takai. It has been an honor to work with him, as a fellow Nikkei. He came to Washington with great excitement and expectations which motivated his desire to dedicate himself to meaningful service as he had in the Hawai’i State House of Representatives and the National Guard.
Washington, DC – Upon conclusion of business by the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, Congressman Mike Honda (CA-Silicon Valley) expressed disappointment by the lack of passage of important amendments.