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Rep. Steve Knight (CA-25) invites members of the community to attend an upcoming town hall meeting.  

The town hall meeting will be held at Canyon High School on June 1st at 4:00p(more..)


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(SANTA CLARITA, CA) –Representative Steve Knight (CA-25), through a partnership with the House of Representatives Wounded Warrior Fellowship Program, is seeking a wounded warrior or medically(more..)


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(By Scott Wilk) No one likes paying taxes. But it is insulting when the government we trust with our hard earned dollars wastes, mismanages, redirects and redistributes our money to where we never (more..)


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(WASHINGTON, DC) – Today, Representative Steve Knight’s (CA-25) bill, No Hero Left Untreated Act, passed unanimously from the House of Representatives and now heads to the Senate for co(more..)


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(WASHINGTON, DC) – Yesterday, Representative Steve Knight’s (CA-25) bill, No Hero Left Untreated Act, passed from the House Veterans Affairs Committee and is likely on its way to the fl(more..)


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On Saturday, Bryan Caforio announced his candidacy for Congress. At the largest kick-off in the history of the 25th Congressional District, local leaders and supporters sent a clear message that Ca(more..)


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(WASHINGTON, D.C.) –Rep. Knight (CA-25) introduced a bipartisan measure ahead of Mother’s Day that would improve access to lactation rooms in airports for breastfeeding mothers along wi(more..)


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SACRAMENTO - Senator Scott Wilk, R- Antelope Valley, issued the following statement regarding the Legislature's annual budget shell game: "As Governor Brown was scheduled today to release his updat(more..)


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SACRAMENTO– Today, Assemblyman Dante Acosta (R-Santa Clarita) issued the following statement in response to Governor Brown’s May Revision of his 2017-18 budget proposal: “In light(more..)


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(latimes.com) The citizen planning group for the Measure H sales tax drew up final recommendations Wednesday for how Los Angeles County should spend $355 million annually over the next three years (more..)