My office is committed to fighting for the priorities of the California’s 37th Congressional District:
- Jobs & Economic Recovery– Clearly, this is the most important priority for our nation. We must spur economic development by investing in infrastructure and industry within the United States as well as cutting taxes cuts for the poor and middle class
- Civil Rights– Expand equal rights and opportunity to all communities, especially those who have been historically underserved and underrepresented
- Education– Expand access to quality education for all. Address achievement gaps by ensuring excellent resources for all of our schools from Culver City to Los Angeles
- Environment– Protect clean air, water, and land. Expand park access and resources, specially for parks and waterways in the 37th Congressional District, including the Ballona Creek, the Kenneth Hahn Park, and the LA River
- Health Care– Protect gains made through the Affordable Care Act and expand access to health care for all. Assist with the successful implementation of Covered California.
- Immigration– Support comprehensive immigration reform, protecting the rights of all residents, and supporting access to education and health, especially for youth
- Human Services– Improve the foster care system and protect the social safety net
- Senior Issues– Protect and preserve Social Security and Medicare
- Transportation– Advocate for the American Fast Forward and 30/10 plan to transform transportation infrastructure in Los Angeles with 30 projects in the next ten years
- Small Business– Expand access to capital and procurement opportunities
For more information concerning my work and views on local issues, please contact my LA office. I look forward to your feedback.
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“In addition to his distinguished career, he cared deeply about social and political issues in Los Angeles and the rest of the country. I was lucky to share many conversations with him about these issues over the course of our long friendship.
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“Senior scams are becoming more sophisticated and more common,” said Rep. Bass. “As a result, Congress should adapt and react. The resolution I’ve introduced this week calls on Congress to not only pass legislation to prevent senior scams from happening, but also to improve protections for seniors from these vicious scams. I look forward to working with my colleagues to diminish the effects these scams have had on the older members of our communities.”
“Especially in the wake of one of the worst mass shootings in our country’s history, it’s important to be vigilant and keep elected officials accountable,” Rep. Bass said. “These forums give me the opportunity to not only report back on what has been happening in Washington, but to also hear about how I can better serve my community. I look forward to taking what was discussed back to Washington with me and continue working on the important issues raised.”
Please join me on Wednesday, February 21st from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the Consolidated Board of Realtist for my meeting: "Congressional Conversation: The Hills and Heights” I have been visiting neighborhoods all across the 37th Congressional District, and now I am headed to meet with you and your neighbors in Baldwin Hills, Windsor Hills, View Park and Ladera Heights. This meeting will be an opportunity to meet you, listen to your concerns about your community, and discuss what is happening in Washington, DC.
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