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  • Thompson Recognizes Sylvia Villa-Serrano as 2017 Woman of the Year in Contra Costa County

    Napa, CA – Today, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05) formally announced Sylvia Villa-Serrano as this year’s Woman of the Year in Contra Costa County. In February, Thompson accepted nominations from across the Fifth Congressional District for his annual awards honoring women who make an impact in our community. After careful consideration, Villa-Serrano was selected for her work with the Hercules Lion Club and the Hercules Chamber of Commerce.

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  • Thompson Recognizes Ronit Rubinoff as 2017 Woman of the Year in Sonoma County

    Napa, CA – Today, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05) formally announced Ronit Rubinoff as this year’s Woman of the Year in Sonoma County. In February, Thompson accepted nominations from across the Fifth Congressional District for his annual awards honoring women who make an impact in our community. After careful consideration, Rubinoff was selected for her work with Sonoma County Legal Aid.

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  • SATURDAY: Thompson To Hold Town Hall in Lake County

    Kelseyville, CA – On Saturday, April 1st at 1:00 PM, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05) will hold a Community Town Hall a tKelseyville High School. With Congress considering a number of crucial matters—including healthcare, national security, and tax reform—Thompson will offer his perspective and hear from constituents. All who attend will have the opportunity to ask a question or share their thoughts.

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  • Thompson Recognizes Dr. Rhonda Renfro as 2017 Woman of the Year in Solano County

    Napa, CA – Today, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05) formally announced Dr. Rhonda Renfro as this year’s Woman of the Year in Solano County. In February, Thompson accepted nominations from across the Fifth Congressional District for his annual awards honoring women who make an impact in our community. After careful consideration, Dr. Renfro was selected for her work as the founder and Director of Club Stride.

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  • Thompson: Time To Put Aside Bad Policies

    Washington – Today, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05) released the following statement after Republicans pulled their repeal of the Affordable Care Act:

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  • Thompson Speaks Against ACA Repeal

    Washington – Today, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05)—senior Member of the Ways and Means Health Subcommittee—spoke on the House floor against the Republican bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act. His remarks are as follows:

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  • TODAY: Thompson to Join Media Availability on ACA Repeal Later, Gives Remarks Following the Vote on Facebook Live

    Washington – Today, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05)—Senior Member of the Health Subcommittee of the House Committee on Ways and Means—will be available at 1:30 PM ET / 10:30 AM PT in HVC-215 to give an update on the vote on the repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

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  • Thompson, Cook Introduce Tax Incentives to Help Homeowners Prepare for Earthquakes

    Washington – Today, Reps. Mike Thompson (CA-05) and Paul Cook (CA-08) introduced the Earthquake Mitigation Incentive and Tax Parity Act of 2017 to exclude incentives for residential seismic retrofits from federal taxation. These earthquake mitigation measures are already tax-free at the state level in California.

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  • Thompson Joins Biden, Democrats in Support of ACA

    Washington – Today, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05) joined Vice President Joe Biden and House Democrats in a press conference to highlight the impact and success of the Affordable Care Act. Seven years ago today, President Barack Obama signed the landmark healthcare bill into law, giving more than 20 million previously uninsured Americans access to the care they need and deserve.

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  • Thompson Pushes for Affordable Housing

    Washington – Today, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05) called for improvements to low-income housing tax credits, which encourage property owners and private investors to invest in affordable housing. Tax credits are awarded to developers, who then use them for affordable housing projects that otherwise would not be profitable because of low rents.

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