Young Kim, Asif Mahmood on abortion, inflation, healthcare

Kim
“My top priority is to curb inflation and bring skyrocketing prices down. This begins by cutting back on the reckless spending that fuels inflation. I will continue to fight to secure our border and will urge Congress to consider my bill — HR 7260, the Comprehensive Southern Border Strategy Act — to develop a strategy to stop illegal immigration, human trafficking and fentanyl crossing our southern border reached. I will also work to advance my legislation – HR 7552, the Golden-preneurship [Act]to support seasoned entrepreneurs looking to start or expand their small business.”

Mahmoud
“My top legislative priorities are protecting reproductive rights, enacting sound gun safety laws, fighting inflation and reducing healthcare costs. The Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn abortion rights is an attack on women… In Congress, I will fight to pass federal legislation that protects the right to free choice,” he said.

Mahmood said he will push for legislation to ban assault weapons, step up background checks and work to help families in need. “Food, gas and housing are all increasing while many are seeing their paychecks stay the same. The cost of higher education, preschool and early childhood education is prohibitive for many. In Congress, I will pass legislation to lower taxes on the middle class while eliminating tax breaks for large corporations that outsource jobs abroad. I will work to improve workforce education and create better opportunities for our families to thrive economically.”

https://www.latimes.com/politics/story/2022-10-20/2022-california-midterm-election-young-kim-asif-mahmood-on-abortion-inflation-immigration Young Kim, Asif Mahmood on abortion, inflation, healthcare

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