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Former U.S. Representative for California's 3rd congressional district (from 2005 to 2013).
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ENG: Daniel Edward "Dan" Lungren (born September 22, 1946) was the U.S. Representative for California's 3rd congressional district, serving from 2005 to 2013. During his tenure, the district covered most of Sacramento County, portions of Solano County, and all of Alpine, Amador, and Calaveras counties. Lungren is a member of the Republican Party, and a former member of the Republican Study Committee. Lungren previously represented the Long Beach area in Congress from 1979 to 1989, served as California's Attorney General from 1991 to 1999, and was the Republican nominee for Governor of California in 1998, losing to Democrat Gray Davis, who was later recalled. Early life, education and career Dan Lungren was born in Long Beach, California, of Irish, Swedish, and Scottish extraction. ...
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Lungren Supports Next Step In Reining in Government Spending


Congressman Dan Lungren (R-Gold River-CA) voted in favor of the updated Budget Control Act of 2011. This updated version of the bill – which passes 269-161 - has been agreed to by the President and congressional leadership for both the Democrats and Republicans. Following the vote Congressman Lungren provided the following statement: ‘This is the first time we have voted to raise the debt ceiling – so our country can pay its bills – while incorporating immediate and long term spending cuts. Is this bill perfect? No. There are people who believe it goes too far and some ...


Desp.moratorium, Lungren staff met with firm seeking earmark


Six months after Rep. Dan Lungren, R-Calif., joined a House Republican voluntary moratorium on requesting earmarks, his staff met with executives from a cyber security company that requested an earmark to explain their appropriations process, according to internal company emails from the firm released by a group of hackers known as Anonymous. Though House Republicans requested no earmarks in 2010 and the House Republican leadership agreed to a ban on requesting earmarks--appropriations directed to specific beneficiaries in congressional spending bills--in 2011, there have been some ...


Lungren: More debt ceiling debate to come


Rep Dan Lungren (R-Gold River) started August in Washington, D.C., by voting in favor of raising the federal government’s debt ceiling.He then spent the rest of the month in his district with a number of visits to Elk Grove to explain his rationale.Lungren said he voted to raise the debt ceiling by $900 billion because of roughly $917 billion in cuts, including many to be implemented immediately.Lungren delivered a speech on Aug. 26 at the monthly Elk Grove Chamber of Commerce luncheon without hecklers, in contrast to his town hall meeting held earlier in Elk Grove where two protestors ...


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Prominent Republican Congressman Dan Lungren Debunks Romney’s 47 Percent Lie
Last night, prominent Republican Rep. Dan Lungren (CA) debunked presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s lie that 47 percent of Americans don’t pay taxes and are simply demanding favors from the government. During a debate with progressive Ami Bera, Lungren was asked about Romney’s comments and offered a strong rebuke of his infamous statement: MODERATOR: Mitt Romney’s been trying to explain a lot lately what he meant at a fundraiser. What he said, ’47 percent of Americans,’ and I quote him, ‘Dependent upon government believe that they are victims, who believe the government is responsible for them, who believe they are entitled to health care, food, housing. Is that how you see the country? And if not, can you tell me how you differ from Governor Romney? LUNGREN:  I think he made a major mistake in calling people victims, saying that they want to be victims. I do think he pointed that there are approximately 47, 49 percent of the people who don
VIDEO: Constituent Calls Out Rep. Dan Lungren For Supporting Fracking
The man at the microphone stood up to his congressman and his Koch Brothers backers. Lobbyists for big natural gas companies and drillers have been leaning on Washington to support the controversial and dangerous process of fracking. Last week, one of Rep. Dan Lungren’s (R-CA) constituents confronted him at a town hall about his support for fracking and the over $100,000 of oil money his campaigns have received from the oil industry: CONSTITUENT: You implied later that [earlier] evening that you support research into alternative energy sources. One that we hear brought about is natural gas, which is obtained by a process known as fracking, or hydraulic fracking. This process of drilling has actually caused earthquakes in Ohio and it has polluted rivers and it has polluted sources of drinking water for humans so that it’s not for drinking for humans or animals. And in 2005 you voted for an exemption in the Clean Water Act which would allow this process to go unchecked. You&
VIDEO: Constituent Calls Out Rep. Dan Lungren For Supporting Fracking
The man at the microphone stood up to his congressman and his Koch Brothers backers. Lobbyists for big natural gas companies and drillers have been leaning on Washington to support the controversial and dangerous process of fracking. Last week, one of Rep. Dan Lungren’s (R-CA) constituents confronted him at a town hall about his support for fracking and the over $100,000 of oil money his campaigns have received from the oil industry: CONSTITUENT: You implied later that [earlier] evening that you support research into alternative energy sources. One that we hear brought about is natural gas, which is obtained by a process known as fracking, or hydraulic fracking. This process of drilling has actually caused earthquakes in Ohio and it has polluted rivers and it has polluted sources of drinking water for humans so that it’s not for drinking for humans or animals. And in 2005 you voted for an exemption in the Clean Water Act which would allow this process to go unchecked. You&



 
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