Congresswoman Linda Sanchez Says Latinos Are Hardest Hit By Environmental Problems

Congresswoman Linda Sanchez, a California Democrat, said that environmental problems disproportionately affect Latinos, who tend to suffer from high rates of respiratory-related illnesses.

Rep. Linda Sanchez joins the Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss the prospects of passing comprehensive immigration reform this year and why the Republicans will need to act on this issue if they want to win the White House in 2016.

Congresswoman Linda Sanchez (CA-38) joined "All In With Chris Hayes" on MSNBC to talk about Republican attempts to shut down the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Congresswoman Sanchez led a letter with 200 other House Democrats telling Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to end these ideological attacks on workers' rights and consider the full package of President Obama's NLRB nominees.

Rep. Linda Sanchez talks about documents released by Congress, including testimony from Karl Rove, that offer powerful new evidence that the Bush administration fired top attorney who refused to use their offices for partisan politics.

Congresswoman Linda Sánchez speaks out about the barriers that female veterans face when looking for a job after returning from serving our country. Currently, 10.8% of female veterans are unemployed, well above the national average.

With Minimum Wage On State Of The Union Agenda, Fast Food Workers Are Guests Of Honor

On Tuesday night during his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama will announce an executive order increasing the minimum wage for federal contract workers from $7.25 to $10.10.

Rep. Linda Sanchez bill would provide Social Security benefits equity to LGBT couples

Congresswoman Linda Sanchez, D-Cerritos, has introduced a bill that would end a policy denying Social Security benefits to same-sex couples.

In a statement, Sanchez said it is time for government to stop telling gay and lesbian couples that they are "second class citizens."

El Caucus Hispano quiere una reforma migratoria con ciudadanía

La congresista Linda Sánchez afirma que luchara porque el plan incluya la reunificación familiar.

Linda Sánchez, legisladora demócrata que representa al Distrito 38 de California, e integrante del Comité Judicial del Congreso, clave en el debate de la reforma migratoria, no parece optimista con la presentación de los principios republicanos y sostiene que los proyectos de ley que avanzarán serán restrictivos.