Providing a high quality education to all of America’s students from all backgrounds and income levels is the backbone of our country.
Energy independence and combating climate change is a flagship issue for Congresswoman Pelosi.
Tragically, each day ninety-one people in America are killed by guns. Too many families in our nation bare the painful stories of loved ones lost to gun violence and this heartbreak ripples through our communities with each new gun death. Americans deserve a nation where their homes, their neighborhoods, their dance clubs, their places of worship and their classrooms are free from fear.
Access to quality, affordable health care is critical to the well-being of America, today and in the future.
Since her first day in Congress, combating HIV and AIDS has been a priority for Congresswoman Pelosi, stating in her first speech in Congress on June 9, 1987, that “…now we must take leadership of course in the crisis of AIDS. And I look forward to working with you on that.”
Affordable housing is a critical tool in our shared efforts to build a stronger, more vibrant, more inclusive future for San Francisco.
As Americans, we must protect human rights both at home and abroad—the right to live freely without the threat of violence or repression, the right to live with dignity and respect.
In America, the beauty is in the mix. For generations, America’s immigrant communities have enriched our culture, strengthened our economy, and defended the country that they call home.
Congresswoman Pelosi celebrates University of California, San Francisco Mission Bay campus landing a $10 million transportation grant that will ensure critical infrastructure for access to the cutting-edge research and patient care programs.
Congresswoman Pelosi celebrates expansion, innovation, and job creation in the health care industry during a ribbon cutting at Practice Fusion’s new headquarters in the Tenderloin.
Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi attends the ceremony commemorating the Harvey Milk Forever Stamp’s first day of issue and honors the life and legacy of Harvey Milk, a San Francisco hero who dedicated his life to the fundamental American value of equality.
House Republicans’ flawed priorities have stalled middle class opportunity while consistently stacking the deck for wealthy special interests. Instead of tax incentives to create good paying jobs to “Make It In America,” they give tax favors to corporations that ship jobs overseas. Instead of allowing college students to refinance staggering student debts, they protect bank profits.
Our nation’s leaders have no greater responsibility than ensuring the safety and security of the American people.
Congresswoman Pelosi joins former Supervisor Sophie Maxwell and community leaders to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Social Security.
When crafting our transportation options, we must work to reduce the focus on driving and increase our options for bus and rail transit, walking, biking, and transit-oriented development while creating vibrant livable communities.
We owe our veterans a sacred pledge: that just as the military leaves no one behind on the battlefield, we must leave no veteran behind here at home.
Voting rights are essential to who we are as Americans, to the cause of equality, and to the strength of our democracy. We must secure the most basic privilege of American citizenship: the right to vote. Congress plays an important role in removing obstacles to voting to ensure every citizen has the right to vote and every vote is counted as cast.
Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi joins Bay Area women celebrating Women’s Equality Day, marking the 94th anniversary women gaining the right to vote, to highlight the Middle Class Jumpstart Agenda to empower women in the workforce and ensure access to comprehensive health care and family planning.