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Indian American freshman U.S. Rep. Ro Khanna was among more than a quarter of California's members of Congress who sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security regarding work eligibility of spouses of H-1B visa holders.
The man's complaint seemed straightforward: He had come to the emergency room last June at Harrington Hospital in Southbridge, Massachusetts, for wrist pain that wouldn't quit.
I really hate starting stories with, “So I was dating this guy,” but unfortunately, that’s precisely how this one begins. Jake, a blindingly handsome man with more game than Steph Curry, and I had been seeing each other somewhere between casually and semi-seriously for a while. We were sleeping together regularly, but we’d never had “the talk” about exclusivity.
The Battle of 1498.
What sounds like something on a history class pop quiz is actually the answer to a civics question, one Americans are asking in mounting anger: How do we cut drug prices in the U.S., which are the highest in the world, and provide universal access to lifesaving drugs?
Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) and 12 other House Democrats have introduced legislation intended to curb workplace violence in health care facilities.
The Health Care Workplace Violence Prevention Act, introduced March 8, would direct OSHA to create a standard that would require health care facilities to develop and implement facility- and unit-specific workplace violence prevention plans.
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr, an outspoken gun control advocate, is set to join U.S. Rep. Ro Khanna for a town hall with high school students discussing gun violence, according to a news release from Khanna's office.
In the age of “shut up and dribble,” Steve Kerr continues to speak out.
The Warriors head coach will participate in a town hall-style meeting with California's 17th congressional district representative Ro Khanna and a group of high school students at Newark Memorial High School in Newark, Calif. on Monday to discuss gun violence in America.
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has been outspoken about gun violence in the United States.
According to The Mercury News, he will participate in a town-hall style meeting scheduled to begin at 3:45pm PT on Monday, Mar. 12 with high school students and Representative Ro Khanna to further discuss the issue.
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr will attend a town hall meeting Monday at Newark Memorial High School in Newark, California, to discuss gun violence.
Kerr discussed the meeting with reporters Thursday before the Warriors played the San Antonio Spurs, and he dismissed the idea of arming teachers to solve the problem, sarcastically replying they should "have tanks."
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr is set to participate Monday in a town-hall-style discussion on gun violence with Rep. Ro Khanna and high school students at Newark Memorial High School.
The students will be from California’s 17th congressional district, which represents areas in Silicon Valley.