Xavier Becerra will lead the Dept of Health and Human Services

Attorney Gen. Xavier Becerra, son of Mexican immigrants, has been selected to lead the Dept of Health and Human Services under Biden. ✊🏾 🇲🇽🇺🇸 #LatinosLeading

Becerra, a Stanford grad, has sued Trump 100+ times to protect our healthcare & communities.

 

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“In this moment of crisis with C19 devastating Latino communities, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus is proud that California’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra, a dedicated public servant, will be nominated by President-Elect Biden to lead to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

As Attorney General, Becerra led the charge to defend the Affordable Care Act, lower prescription drug costs, and protect immigrant families. Becerra has lived the American Dream and he is a champion for working families, which we saw firsthand during his tenure as a leader in Congress.

We welcome the news of Becerra’s nomination, and the CHC is encouraging President-Elect Biden to appoint five Latinos in the Cabinet, including Latinas in prominent positions. We will continue to work in partnership with the Biden-Harris transition team to assemble the most diverse administration in American history.” – Hispanic Caucusunder Biden. ✊🏾 🇲🇽🇺🇸 #LatinosLeading

Becerra, a Stanford grad, has sued Trump 100+ times to protect our healthcare & communities.

“In this moment of crisis with C19 devastating Latino communities, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus is proud that California’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra, a dedicated public servant, will be nominated by President-Elect Biden to lead to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

As Attorney General, Becerra led the charge to defend the Affordable Care Act, lower prescription drug costs, and protect immigrant families. Becerra has lived the American Dream and he is a champion for working families, which we saw firsthand during his tenure as a leader in Congress.

We welcome the news of Becerra’s nomination, and the CHC is encouraging President-Elect Biden to appoint five Latinos in the Cabinet, including Latinas in prominent positions. We will continue to work in partnership with the Biden-Harris transition team to assemble the most diverse administration in American history.” – Hispanic Caucus