Making Healthcare Work for You: Community Resource Fair

On Nov. 14, residents in South LA joined Rep. Karen Bass for a health resource fair. Hundreds of families and individuals were able to receive flu shots, free vision and dental screenings, and get help with getting or keeping their health insurance.
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Congressional Conversation Series: Palms

On September 21, 70+ constituents in the Cheviot Hills & Beverlywood neighborhoods joined Rep. Karen Bass for a small community meeting.
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Girls & Women of Color: The Pipeline to Prison

On August 22, Rep. Bass joined Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Senator Holly Mitchell and Human Rights Project for Girls, an organization working to change the criminal justice system, to discuss how we should address the specific needs of women and girls in the judicial system.
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Briana Smith shadows Rep. Bass during "Congressional Foster Youth Shadow Day"

More than 60 youth came to Capitol Hill for the 4th Annual "Congressional Foster Youth Shadow Day" in order to raise awareness about young people in foster care.
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Congressional Conversation Series: Culver City

Nov 22, 2015 Event

Please join Rep. Bass & your Culver City neighbors for this small meeting at the Culver City Teen Center.

Rep. Bass introduces bipartisan legislation to curb recidivism, increase opportunities for ex-offenders

Nov 20, 2015 Press Release

In light of President Obama's work to stem over-incarceration, Congressmember Karen Bass introduced bipartisan legislation that would bolster the Administration's efforts to eliminate barriers to education for ex-offenders.

Making Healthcare Work for You: Community Resource Fair

Nov 14, 2015 Event

Get free healthcare services and learn how make your health coverage work for you.

Rep. Bass introduces legislation to address Physician Assistant educational needs

Nov 5, 2015 Press Release

As the only former Physician Assistant (PA) now serving in Congress, Rep. Karen Bass introduced two pieces of legislation to make sure that people who want to become Physician Assistants have the ability to successfully attend college as well as making sure that Physician Assistant education programs have the resources they need.

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Jun 03,2015
"I know that it will inspire other states, I have no doubt about it," U.S. Rep. Karen Bass, D-Los Angeles, said in response to the bill package. "We are going to continue to make sure that we can do the same on a federal level."
May 21,2015
Rep. Karen Bass took to the House floor Wednesday for a one-minute speech, standing next to a picture of a smiling young woman. That same young woman sat in the gallery above as Bass told her story.
Mar 26,2015
In the tradition of town hall meetings, Congresswoman Karen Bass, whose district includes Culver City, held a town meeting on March 12 to present arguments involving authorization of the use of military force (AUMF) against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), also known as ISIS.
Oct 16,2014
A trio of House Democrats—including Rep. Karen Bass—concerned that there are not enough healthcare workers in Liberia called Wednesday for President Obama to allow U.S. troops to provide direct care to Ebola patients.
Oct 16,2014
At a community town hall meeting at Holman United Methodist Church, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, chairperson of the African Union Commission, told residents she and other African leaders wanted to change the world’s viewpoint of Africa.