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Janice Hahn

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  • Campaign watchdog agency rescinds warning letters to Hahn, De Leon

    SACRAMENTO — California's campaign finance watchdog agency on Wednesday rescinded warning letters that had been sent to state Sen. Kevin De Leon (D-Los Angeles) and U.S. Rep. Janice Hahn (D-Calif.) regarding disclosure of political spending. The...
  • 19 members of Congress urge approval of driver's license design

    19 members of Congress urge approval of driver's license design
    Nineteen Democratic members of Congress from California have signed a letter asking the Obama administration to rescind its rejection of a design for a driver’s license to be issued to up 1.5 million people in the country illegally. “We...
  • Some officials dismayed that 'Promise Zone' excludes South L.A.

    Some officials dismayed that 'Promise Zone' excludes South L.A.
    When President Obama officially announced Thursday that several low-income Los Angeles neighborhoods would be eligible for grants as part of his signature poverty initiative, some city officials reacted with surprise that none of the areas were in South...
  • Anti-poverty zone leaves out L.A.'s poorest

    Anti-poverty zone leaves out L.A.'s poorest
    In January, President Obama announced a block-by-block approach to relieving poverty in Los Angeles. Federal money, he said, would pour into a newly created Promise Zone. The boundaries encompassed crowded immigrant communities around MacArthur Park and...
  • Members of Congress seek pay for workers at closed trade school

    Members of  Congress seek pay for workers at closed trade school
    Two members of Congress sent a letter this week to the owners of a closed South Gate trade school demanding that former employees be properly compensated. The for-profit Career Colleges of America closed suddenly in January after its accreditation and...
  • A setback for Jordan Downs project

    A setback for Jordan Downs project
    Plans for the revitalization of the Jordan Downs housing project in Watts have been thrown into disarray after Los Angeles officials learned Monday that the city will not be awarded a $30-million federal grant they had been counting on for the...
  • Phillips 66 oil line in Wilmington blamed for 1,200-gallon spill

     Phillips 66 oil line in Wilmington blamed for 1,200-gallon spill
    Crews worked Tuesday to fix a fingertip-sized hole in an underground pipe that allowed about 1,200 gallons of crude oil to seep onto a quiet residential street in Wilmington. Phillips 66, which earlier in the day said it was almost positive that it...
  • Rep. Janice Hahn calls on state GOP to take down 'fake' Obamacare site

    Rep. Janice Hahn calls on state GOP to take down 'fake' Obamacare site
    SACRAMENTO -- A website run by California Assembly Republicans has come under fire this week, with critics alleging it misleads visitors about the Affordable Care Act and one Democratic congresswoman calling for it to be taken down. The Assembly GOP...
  • Congresswoman wants more scrutiny of college accrediting agencies

    Congresswoman wants more scrutiny of college accrediting agencies
    A California lawmaker Thursday questioned whether the federal government is providing enough scrutiny of higher education accrediting agencies, citing the controversial decision by a private panel to revoke the accreditation of City College of San...
  • Joe Buscaino in Council District 15

    Joe Buscaino in Council District 15
    A year and a month is hardly enough time on which to base an adequate assessment of a City Council member, but in the case of Joe Buscaino, it will have to do. Buscaino was elected in January 2012 to finish out what was left of the term of Janice Hahn,...
  • California delegation split over taking pay during shutdown

    WASHINGTON -- When it comes to the question of whether lawmakers should accept their pay during the federal government shutdown, California’s congressional delegation is, as usual, divided. Some Democrats and Republicans are forgoing their...