"[19] The bill is supported by Google. Congresswoman Anna Eshoo is looking for high school students to apply to serve on the 14th Congressional District Student Advisory Board in Santa Cruz County. “And I think more than anything else that’s what the hearing was about today.”. RETIRE and let a new young democrat lead this district and bring real change and progress to congress. But the congresswoman said she hoped this difficult period would present an opportunity to “right the wrongs” in society. [21][22], Together with Rep. Edward Markey Eshoo introduced the Internet Freedom Preservation Act of 2009,[23] which would make Net Neutrality the law. Anna Eshoo was born in New Britain, Connecticut, of Assyrian and Armenian heritage. Santa Clara County’s newest health order took effect. Founded by Eshoo in 1993, the Boards have researched public policy issues and made recommendations for federal legislation on a wide range of issues, including campaign finance and election reforms, education and gun control. “We now have a pandemic that is creating a number of psychological challenges for individuals,” he said. Welcome to the beautiful 18th Congressional District of California. In 2005, Eshoo worked with Nancy Pelosi to develop the Democratic Innovation Agenda, which calls for America to achieve independence from Middle East oil over the next ten years. And this, just after the Washington Post published its article on the Afghanistan Papers. She has voted to increase the annual cap on H-1B visas to allow more temporary foreign professionals to work in the United States (especially those with Master's Degrees or higher). Get this from a library! Eshoo is a strong supporter of the gay rights movement. In November 2005, Rep. Eshoo led the House Democratic Caucus in introducing the "Innovation Agenda." Rep. Eshoo introduced HR 2428, the Broadband Conduit Deployment Act of 2009. Nancy Pelosi had said Eshoo's elevation to the top Democratic spot on that committee would be important for the Democrats, allowing Eshoo "to tap into lucrative fundraising interests in Silicon Valley and elsewhere that the committee has jurisdiction."[12]. Photo by Elizabeth Mendez. The U.S. House of Representatives passed The CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 (S. 877), which authorizes a “Do Not Spam” list, regulates commercial email, and imposes fines on spammers. 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