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Legislation sponsored by Congresswoman Martha McSally would fund treatment programs to help people with mental health issues who currently end up in the Cochise County jail.
McSally’s Mental Health and Safe Communities Act passed the House of Representatives last week. The bill now needs to be approved by the Senate and signed by President Obama to become law.
Over 700 participants and 60 employers take part
TUCSON - U.S. Representative Martha McSally on Saturday, June 4th held a jobs fair at Rincon High School in Tucson with over 700 participants and 60 employers taking part. KGUN9 was there to cover the event.
Freshman Republican Rep. Martha McSally of Arizona has found unusual success moving legislation during her short career as a member of the House.
Early in her second year in Congress, McSally has authored five bills that have passed the House. One of those made it all the way to the president’s desk and into law.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Local leaders came together Saturday to talk about ways to help victims of sex trafficking and prosecute those who force them into a life of sexual slavery.
Congresswoman Martha McSally and other elected officials shared ideas with non-profits. Just this week the House passed a dozen bills related to sex trafficking.
One of the newest lawmakers on Capitol Hill is a former A-10 driver, and she is wasting no time protecting her former aircraft.
Rep. Martha McSally, a freshman Republican from Arizona, on Jan. 29 sent a letter to President Obama and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel urging them not to seek to retire the A-10 in their fiscal 2016 budget request, expected to be unveiled Feb. 2.
U.S. Rep. Martha McSally said Thursday a new strategy to put more Border Patrol resources closer to the border will make Southern Arizona safer for rural residents while putting up a stronger barrier against drug cartels.
PALOMINAS — After a day of round table talks with ranchers and a tour of the U.S./Mexico border in Cochise County on Saturday, a group of 21 congressional representatives have a broader view of border problems.
BISBEE — Nearly two dozen Congress members toured an area between Nogales and Douglas Saturday, and several said later they are confident a billion-dollar-a-year bill aimed at securing the border will pass.
TUCSON- A Tucson teenager is heading to Washington D.C. to attend the State of the Union Address.
Gilbert Valenzuela is an Alta Vista High-School honors student and member of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson.
He was invited to attend the address by U.S. Representative Martha McSally.