Katie Porter

Democratic Congresswoman representing parts of Orange County

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Katie Porter talks about the prospect of another coronavirus relief package, the CDC’s performance, what President-elect Biden must do about health care, and why many of her Democratic…

Rep. Katie Porter on economic relief during pandemic, CDC’s performance, health care and Biden

Katie Porter talks about the prospect of another coronavirus relief package, the CDC’s performance, what President-elect Biden must do about health care, and why many of her Democratic…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

With COVID-19 keeping families inside, some women are discovering how unbalanced work and life are. California Congresswoman Katie Porter has proposed legislation to help.

Moms struggle to create work-life balance during COVID-19

With COVID-19 keeping families inside, some women are discovering how unbalanced work and life are. California Congresswoman Katie Porter has proposed legislation to help.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Irvine Congresswoman Katie Porter and the director of the Centers for Disease Control, Dr.

Irvine Congresswoman Katie Porter on coronavirus testing for all Americans

Irvine Congresswoman Katie Porter and the director of the Centers for Disease Control, Dr.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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