Pete Aguilar

The Issue Is: Gavin Newsom, James Gallagher, Pete Aguilar, John Myers

This week, Elex is joined by Governor Gavin Newsom to discuss the state's surplus and California's tax system. California Assembly Minority Leader James Gallagher stops by to discuss inflation, gas prices and the GOP's 2022 outlook. Rep. Pete Aguilar weighs in on this week's Jan. 6 committee hearings and LA Times Sacramento bureau chief John Myers discusses his retirement from journalism.
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6/15/2022 - Congressman Pete Aguilar AND Denine Torr With The Dollar General Literacy Foundation

Congressman Pete Aguilar discusses nearly $7 million allocated to Inland Empire to support the important work of several local organizations, including KVCR!. Denine Torr from Dollar General Literacy Foundation shares information about the work of the foundation, how like-minded organizations and educational entities can partner with them, and how Inland Empire residents can find assistance.

Pete Aguilar bets on the House

The chamber's Democrats have seen plenty of promising young leadership contenders, including three Latino lawmakers, leave for greener pastures. Not the genial leader from San Bernardino.

Redlands Congressman Pete Aguilar Discusses Participation in Jan. 6 Committee

Jonathan Linden: You're listening to 91.9 KVCR news, and I'm Jonathan Linden. Congressman Pete Aguilar represents California's 31st Congressional District, which includes the cities of Redlands, San Bernardino, and Rancho Cucamonga. Since July 1st of last year, he's been a member of the select committee investigating the events of January 6th, 2021, at the US Capitol. To start Congressman, can you give our Inland Empire listeners a general overview of what the committee has been up to and what some of your most recent developments have been?

Rep. Pete Aguilar discusses the Jan. 6 panel's progress as anniversary approaches

As the one-year anniversary of the January 6 attack on the Capitol approaches, the House investigation into the insurrection continues. The committee, made up of two Republicans and seven Democrats, has hit many speed bumps over the year, finding resistance from those within former President Trump's inner circle. We wanted to get an update on where things stand and to get a sense on where the investigation is headed. For that, we called Congressman Pete Aguilar. He's a Democrat from California and a member of the committee, and he joins us now.