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Today’s vote in @HouseJudDems  for Isabel Bueso starts the process to #SaveIsabelith  our private bill. We will keep pushing so the Bueso family can have peace of mind & put their focus on maintaining Isabel’s health. @maddow  @Lawrence 

Delighted to be joined by Isabel Bueso of Concord as my guest to the #SOTU . @maddow  @Lawrence 

Thank you @Lawrence  for continuing to shine a light on Isabel Bueso’s story. As one of the faces of President Trump’s cruel immigration policies, Isabel’s presence at the #SOTU  was a signal that we will not back down.

Before the State of the Union, my guest, Isabel Bueso, and I sat down with @AlexSavidgeKTVU  to discuss the need for recipients of medical deferred action, like Isabel, to remain in the United States to get the medical treatment they need and deserve.

LIVE NOW: Join me as I chat with my #SOTU  guest, Isabel Bueso, before tonight’s State of the Union. Tune in on my Facebook page.

Isabel Bueso, my guest to the #SOTU , and I sat down to talk with @AlexSavidgeKTVU  & @abc7newsbayarea  before the address.

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𝗟𝗜𝗩𝗘 𝗮𝘁 𝟮:𝟰𝟱 𝗽.𝗺. 𝗣𝗧: Join me and my #SOTU  guest, Isabel Bueso, on Facebook to hear Isabel’s story as a recipient of medical deferred action, her courageous advocacy work on behalf of individuals with rare diseases, & her trip to Washington.

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Tune in to my Instagram tomorrow for a very special guest, Isabel Bueso, who will be sharing her photos and experiences as my guest to the #SOTU  on my page. Follow along during her time in Washington, D.C.

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isabel bueso'>Maria Isabel Bueso, the Bay Area advocate who fought successfully to regain humanitarian protections for sick immigrants, will attend President Trump’s State of the Union address next week.

I am delighted to announce Isabel Bueso, a recipient of medical deferred action and a rare disease advocate, as my guest to the State of the Union.

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Maria Isabel Bueso’s story inspired countless Americans to speak out for immigrants like herself who benefit from medically deferred action, a humanitarian initiative that is literally life-saving. It was my pleasure to welcome her to the U.S. Capitol today.

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Trump Administration ends its effort to force kids receiving life-saving medical care to stop treatment and get out of the country. USCIS will reinstate the policy. Statement from Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (represents Isabel Bueso in California):

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@realDonaldTrump Please extend Isabel Bueso’s Medical Deferred Action status. She has been in the US legally for 16 years & will die without her medication. She came here under a clinical trial to help herself and others. We must #SaveIsabel 

“I have been feeling super scared and overwhelmed," said isabel bueso'>Maria Isabel Bueso, who came to the U.S. as a child for treatment of a rare genetic disease. "The treatment that I receive keeps me alive.” She must soon leave the country or face deportation.

For many immigrants in U.S., incl the Bay Area's isabel bueso'>Maria Isabel Bueso, medical deferred action has been the difference btwn life & death. Now, Trump Admin will deport families benefiting from this humanitarian relief. This immoral decision must be reversed.

Isabel Bueso, born in Guatemala with a rare genetic disease, was recruited by a US hospital to participate in a vital clinical trial that led to a treatment. And now the US is trying to deport her.

Doctor of Isabel Bueso writing in WaPo — “Immigrants help us find treatments for rare diseases. We owe them for that.”

Live now on @maddow : isabel bueso'>Maria Isabel Bueso, who just testified before Congress about the Trump administration’s move to deport critically ill immigrants. Bueso came from Guatemala as a child to participate in a study that led to a life-saving treatment for her rare disease.

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During an @OversightDems  hearing today, I asked Isabel Bueso what her reaction was when she first received the a heartless form letter from USCIS on August 13th giving her 33 days to leave the country. Her response is powerful. #SaveIsabel 

The Trump Administration has effectively handed Concord resident, Isabel Bueso a death sentence. We will not stand for this & are fighting along side Isabel & her family. @maddow  has more on this remarkable young woman & the contributions she brings to our community. #SaveIsabel 

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