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Top 10 Xavier Becerra Quotes On History

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Xavier Becerra Quotes On History:

We are on pace this year to have a trade deficit that is larger than $800 billion. We have never faced that before, but we continue to put forward trade agreements like these that leave us naked to competition that is neither free nor fair.

Xavier Becerra

Today, we have a trade regime which has led to the largest trade deficits this country has ever experienced.

Xavier Becerra

The Smithsonian museums are among this country’s most endearing treasures and I look forward to helping maintain and enhance their coveted works of art.

Xavier Becerra

It is critical that parents and other trusted adults initiate conversations with kids about underage drinking well in advance of the first time they are faced with a decision regarding alcohol.

Xavier Becerra

Individuals with kidney disease who are able to obtain treatment early experience a higher quality of life and are able to maintain more of their day-to-day activities, including keeping their jobs.

Xavier Becerra

February 19, 1942, is the year in which Executive Order 9066 was signed, and this was the order that called for the exclusion and internment of all Japanese Americans living on the west coast during World War II.

Xavier Becerra

I hate to say it but I think it has become very obvious that our system for devising trade agreements, so very important to this country’s functioning around the world, has not only broken, but it has broken completely.

Xavier Becerra

But 18 years after the passage of the Civil Liberties Act, there still remains unfinished work to completely rectify and close this regrettable chapter in our Nation’s history.

Xavier Becerra

As a regent, I hope to bring that important perspective of a typical family visitor in combination with my background as a Member of Congress and a proponent of the Smithsonian’s efforts to reach all Americans.

Xavier Becerra

African Americans make up about 13 percent of the U.S. population but comprise 32 percent of patients treated for kidney failure, giving them a kidney failure rate that is 4.2 times greater than that of white Americans.

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