Press Releases

Press Items
September 2022
Statement from Congressman Castro on Shooting of Migrants in Hudspeth County
House Passes Castro-Kim Bill to Expand Global Impact of the Millennium Challenge Corporation
Castro, Torres, Warren, Murphy Demand Answers from Commerce Department about Troubling Increase in Assault Weapon Export Approvals
Statement from Reps. Castro and Sires on New Report Detailing State-Sponsored Human Rights Violations in Venezuela
Congressman Castro to Release Federal Report on Latino Representation in American Media at National Press Club on October 5
Congressman Castro Introduces Bill to Improve Credit Transfer Process for Community College Students
Castro, Sires Introduce Bill to Protect Human Rights in Venezuela and Ensure Accountability for Maduro Regime
August 2022
Congressman Castro Welcomes Labor Secretary Walsh to San Antonio to Showcase City’s New Ready to Work Job Training Program
Congressman Castro Applauds Administration Action to Forgive up to $10,000 in Student Debt for Borrowers
Congressman Castro Announces $1.3 Million in Security Grants for Charitable and Faith-Based Organizations Serving San Antonio
Castro, Grijalva, Chu Demand Accountability from Customs and Border Protection After Continued Reports of Turban Confiscations
Congressman Castro Votes for the Inflation Reduction Act to Lower Prescription Drug & Energy Costs, Create Jobs, and Cut Carbon Pollution
Rep. Castro and Senator Warren Call on the Department of Defense to Fix Misleading and Confusing Billing Practices at Military Hospitals and Protect Civilian Patients from Crushing Medical Debt
Statement from Congressman Castro on Senate Passage of the Honoring Our PACT Act
July 2022
Congressman Castro Votes to Ban Assault Weapons Used in Uvalde, El Paso, and Sutherland Springs Mass Shootings
House Foreign Affairs Committee Advances Castro/Kim Bill to Expand Global Development Impact of the Millennium Challenge Corporation
Amid Reports of Deaths and Racial Profiling Under Operation Lone Star, Congressman Castro Calls on DOJ to Protect Civil Rights in Texas
Congressman Castro Votes to Pass CHIPS and Science Act to Tackle Semiconductor Shortage, Invest in American Manufacturing, and Lower Costs for Consumers
Castro, Clarke, Luján Lead Congressional Call for FCC to Establish New Diversity Reporting Requirements for Media Licensees and Regulatees
Reps. Castro, Cicilline, Sires Lead Letter Urging Biden Administration to Expand Support for LGBTQI+ Rights in Latin America
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