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Walters Takes Steps to Remove Spent Nuclear Fuel from Orange County

Mar. 14 | Press Release
March 14, 2018 Contact: T.W. Arrighi (202) 225-5611 Walters Takes Steps to Remove Spent Nuclear Fuel from Orange County

Rep. Walters Participates in Bipartisan, Bicameral Roundtable on Human Trafficking

Mar. 13 | Press Release
March 13, 2018 Contact: T.W. Arrighi (202) 225-5611 Rep. Walters Participates in Bipartisan, Bicameral Roundtable on Human Trafficking

House Passes Landmark Human Trafficking Legislation Including Amendment from Congresswoman Walters

Feb. 27 | Press Release
  February 27, 2018 Contact: T.W. Arrighi (202) 225-5611 House Passes Landmark Human Trafficking Legislation Including Amendment from Congresswoman Walters

Rep. Mimi Walters’ Amendment Included In Major Sex Trafficking Legislation

Feb. 21 | Press Release
February 21, 2018 Contact: T.W. Arrighi (202) 225-5611 Rep. Mimi Walters’ Amendment Included In Major Sex Trafficking Legislation

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OC Register Op-Ed: How The 114th Congress Measures Up

Sep. 20 | In The News

As I travel around Orange County, the people I represent have expressed their frustration with Washington. They witness the Obama administration making dangerous deals with our adversaries. They turn on the news to see a Congress depicted as partisan and gridlocked. They see a federal government that smothers small businesses in bureaucratic red tape. They see signs of an anemic economy.

Univision Op-Ed: Sexual Assault Survivors Must Have Access To Justice

Sep. 20 | In The News

The injustice displayed in convictions in recent sexual assault cases has highlighted the need to improve the treatment of sexual assault survivors as their cases move through the legal system.

Independent Journal Review Op-Ed: Why We Cosponsored A Bill To Give Sexual Assault Victims A Bill of Rights

Sep. 20 | In The News

National outrage over the handling of recent high-profile sexual assault cases have spurred universities into action as leaders have looked for ways to transform how sexual assault survivors are treated.

OC Register Op-Ed: A Better Way For National Security

Jun. 20 | In The News

A week ago Sunday, Americans woke to the news of the most deadly terrorist attack on American soil since 9/11. We mourn the 49 Americans who died far too soon, and we pray for a full recovery for the 53 who were injured. While many questions remain unanswered, it is clear that serious “red flags,” which could have prevented this attack, were missed.

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