California Institute Breakfast Features Rep. Devin Nunes  — May 20, 2004 — California Capitol Hill Bulletin — Volume 11, Bulletin 17

On Tuesday, May 18, 2004 the California Institute for Federal Policy Research held a breakfast featuring remarks by Congressman Devin Nunes. Rep. Nunes represents California’s 21st Congressional district, which includes all of Tulare County and portions of Fresno County. Tim Ransdell, Executive Director of the California Institute, introduced the Congressman and briefly discussed his background. Mr. Nunes spoke regarding the significance of agriculture to his district and praised the House Resources Committee, of which he is member, for reporting out the CALFED water resources bill. Congressman Nunes fielded questions from attendees on various subjects ranging from immigration, to child nutrition, to the Congressional agenda for the remainder of the year. The Institute has reinstituted these bipartisan delegation breakfasts as a way for its supporters to hear the views of members of the California delegation. Upcoming meetings will feature remarks by Reps. Linda Sanchez and Dennis Cardoza.

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