Real Immigration Reform

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Ruben has led the charge against Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s discriminatory practices and won’t back down to Arpaio’s bullying. In Congress, Ruben won’t just give lip service to comprehensive immigration reform – he’ll fight for it every day.

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Expanding Access to Affordable Health Care

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Since its passage, Ruben has been one of the strongest defenders of the Affordable Care Act in Arizona. Ruben knows what a family goes through when it struggles to get access to health care, and he will fight to ensure that working families, children and the elderly all have access to affordable quality care.

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Quality Jobs and Fair Access

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Ruben will champion policies that lift up working families. He will co-sponsor legislation to raise the federal minimum wage on his first day in office, and will stand with President Obama’s agenda to invest in job creation by repairing infrastructure and investing in job training.

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Gallego In the Huffington Post

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Arizona state Rep. Ruben Gallego, a Democrat, was on the drive to work on Thursday morning when his phone buzzed with the news that U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor (D-Ariz.) plans to retire after 23 years in Congress. Gallego spent the next half an hour talking it over with his wife — they carpool, “like good liberals,” he joked — and by the time they arrived at their destination, they had decided. He’s running for Congress.

Read More: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/27/ruben-gallego-ed-pastor_n_4869759.html?utm_hp_ref=politics

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Arizona Capitol Times 2011 Leader of the Year in Public Policy

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The Arizona Capitol Times celebrated the fifth annual Leaders of the Year in Public Policy awards and presentation, celebrating outstanding individuals and organizations for their professional and civic involvement.

Read more: http://azcapitoltimes.com/2011-leaders-of-the-year-in-public-policy/#ixzz2yQ1h78pD

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