Tony Cárdenas

Democratic Congressman

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Democratic Congressman from the San Fernando Valley (Pacoima, Panorama City and Van Nuys) and a leading member of Congressional Hispanic Caucus; former Los Angeles City Councilman representing the 6th District and Chair of the City's Ad Hoc Committee on Gang Violence and Youth Development

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The future of the monthly Child Tax Credit (CTC) payments remains in limbo as Sen. Joe Manchin wants to require that all CTC recipients have a job.

1.4 million LA families lose financial lifeline as Child Tax Credit ends

The future of the monthly Child Tax Credit (CTC) payments remains in limbo as Sen. Joe Manchin wants to require that all CTC recipients have a job.

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Since Barbara  Boxer announced her retirement  from the US Senate, Attorney General  Kamala Harris  is the only announced candidate. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has endorsed her.

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Since Barbara Boxer announced her retirement from the US Senate, Attorney General Kamala Harris is the only announced candidate. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has endorsed her.

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Major League Baseball means Big Money: In the next 25 years, the Dodgers will get more than $8 billion from Time-Warner Cable. But it only serves 30% of the LA market.

Is Time-Warner Cable Monopolizing the Dodgers?

Major League Baseball means Big Money: In the next 25 years, the Dodgers will get more than $8 billion from Time-Warner Cable. But it only serves 30% of the LA market.

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