Congresswoman Jackie Speier
A new report finds that nearly two million people in California could qualify for tax subsidies under the new Affordable Care Act. The study comes as the federal insurance website faces a new round of criticism on the Capitol Hill.
Mills High School students who had their Advanced Placement tests invalidated due to seating irregularities turned to help from Congresswoman, who held a meeting in Washington on Monday night in an attempt to reinstate the their test scores.
Peninsula Congresswoman Jackie Speier described a brittle brand of plastic pipe used in PG&E distribution lines as a ticking time bomb, but acknowledges the company has committed to replacing the hazardous material.
Human rights advocates and lawmakers were in San Francisco Wednesday to support a state ballot initiative that would impose stricter punishment on human traffickers.
San Mateo County officials are trying to put an end to the problem of human trafficking.
Pacific Gas & Electric Co., which is responsible for a gas pipeline that blew up in San Bruno, cannot find key records needed to set safe pressures for nearly a third of its largest transmission lines.
Hundreds of people convened at a town-hall meeting in San Bruno Friday night where residents asked if settlement payments from PG&E are taxable.
Congresswoman Jackie Speier was on hand in Millbrae for Saturday’s home foreclosure prevention workshop geared towards giving homeowners assistance when it comes to navigating the process of protecting their homes.