Senator Boxer's offices provide various services for her California constituents. Below are the main areas of assistance that Senator Boxer can provide.
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This page includes a listing of resources and information to help Californians through these difficult times. This page will be updated frequently, and I encourage you to engage in the important discussions occurring about water use within the state and your local community.
In March 2010, Congress passed, and the President signed, comprehensive health reform into law. Millions of Americans are already benefiting from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and millions more will benefit from important reforms that take effect next year. This section details all of the law's benefits for Californians.
Living away from home and attending school with students from across the country allows Pages to experience a myriad of new ideas, perspectives, and issues. Pages have the opportunity to meet some of the nation's most prominent leaders and witness firsthand political debates in the United States Senate, often referred to as the "greatest deliberative body in the world."
Are you planning a trip to the nation's capital? Senator Boxer's D.C. office can help California Constituents schedule tours of the U.S. Capitol, White House, Library of Congress, Bureau of Engraving and Printing. There are also many other sites to visit that require or recommend that you make reservations.
California individuals and organizations can purchase and have flags flown over the United States Capitol Building for special occasions such as retirements, birthdays and Eagle Scout Awards. These flags are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the Architect of the Capitol. It is also possible to purchase an official United States flag that has not been flown over the Capitol.
The Constitution gives every Senator the right and responsibility to provide advice and consent to the President on nominations to our federal justice system. One of the most essential roles that Senators play in this process is to recommend individuals to serve as District Court Judges, U.S. Attorneys and U.S. Marshals in their states.