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U.S. Representative from California's 44th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party.
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ENG: Janice Kay Hahn (born March 30, 1952) is the U.S. Representative from California's 44th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. She was previously a Los Angeles City Councilwoman representing the 15th district from 2001 to 2011. From 1997 to 1999 she served as an elected representative on the Los Angeles Charter Reform Commission. On July 12, 2011, Hahn won a special election for Congress to fill the seat vacated by Democrat Jane Harman. She defeated Republican Craig Huey, a Tea Party-backed direct marketer from the Torrance area, with 55 percent of the vote to Huey's 45 percent. Early life, education, and business career Hahn was raised in a politically involved family. She is the daughter of the late Ramona Hahn (née Fox) and the late Kenneth Hahn, a ...
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Representative Janice Hahn sworn in

As the newly elected representative of the 36th congressional district, Janice Hahn is jumping into the thick of things in Washington, with the debt ceiling budget raging and a balance budget appearing to be elusive to both major parties. And then ....However, without a respite or a honeymoon period, in less than a year, she'll be traveling down the campaign road again; her recent victory only allows her to finish her predecessor's term. She will have to gear up again to run for her very own full term. Last Tuesday, Congresswoman-elect Janice Hahn joined the California delegation and became ...

Janice Hahn to Run Against Laura Richardson

The majority of Long Beach used to be housed within the 37th District, which also included parts of Carson and Compton, represented by Congressmember Laura Richardson. With redistricting finally complete, that is no longer the case as the old 37th has been split into the new 44th and 47th districts, with Long Beach residing in the latter.The new 47th District includes more Republicans and is also less diverse due to its inclusion of Orange County cities, so Richardson has potentially opted to run in the new 44th, which is strongly Democratic and more diverse, featuring a larger African ...

Democrat Janice Hahn Wins CA-36 Special Election

It's tough for a Republican to win California's 36th congressional district, where Democrats enjoy a sizable registration advantage, but it seemed like this could be the year. The competition, L.A. City Councilwoman Janice Hahn, had a long record of squandering time on ill-advised initiatives. She upset some Democrats during the primary campaign. And turnout was guaranteed to be low, a possible opening for a long shot challenger with an enthusiastic base of support. Early Wednesday morning, however, unofficial results showed that the Democrats won anyway, defeating challenger Craig Huey by a ...

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House Passes Funding for LA River
Washington, DC—Today, the House passed the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) including a provision providing $376 million in federal funding to the Los Angeles River restoration project.  Congresswoman Janice Hahn (CA-44), a member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, applauded the passage of this important provision and the impact this investment will have in Los Angeles. “Today the House passed critical legislation providing federal funding to the efforts underway to revitalize the LA River.  This is exciting news for the River’s advocates back home and for my colleagues and I who have made this project a priority. With this funding, work can get underway to restoring natural habitat and creating new green spaces for our communities.” 
Congresswoman Hahn Announces $3 million Federal Grant to AltaSea
The new marine research facility in San Pedro is expected to create 300 new local job Washington, DC—Today, Congresswoman Janice Hahn (CA-44) announced that AltaSea, a new marine research facility underway at the San Pedro Waterfront, has been awarded a $3 million federal grant from the Economic Development Administration. The funding will go toward modernizing the AltaSea site, City Dock No. 1, and support the creation of 300 new local jobs and attract $102 million in private investment.   “I applaud the EDA’s decision to award a $3 million federal grant toward the construction of the new AltaSea campus on the San Pedro waterfront,” said Congresswoman Hahn. “This ambitious project will not only be home to the future of marine research, it will bring millions of dollars of new investment into our community and create hundreds of new jobs and opportunities for local residents.” ###
Congresswoman Hahn Slams Botched WRDA Bill
Washington, DC-- Today, Congresswoman Janice Hahn (CA-44) voiced her disapproval of changes made to the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) before it is expected to come to a vote on the House Floor next week. “My colleagues and I on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee worked hard this year to put together a bipartisan WRDA bill that strengthens our ports and moves our nation’s economy forward. That legislation included taking the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund off-budget -- a reform I have fought for since I was elected to Congress that would finally fulfill the promise we made to our ports years ago.  However, this important bipartisan provision was stripped out of the bill after it was passed out of committee. This is disrespectful to the Transportation Committee and its members.  We cannot continue to neglect our port infrastructure and put at risk job growth and our economy. Therefore, I will not support WRDA in its current form and I encourage my colleagues to
Congresswoman Janice Hahn, Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas and Local Leaders Urge Gov. Brown to Take Immediate Action to Address Homelessness
Rep. Hahn releases letter signed by 32 Members of Congress to Governor Brown Long Beach, CA – Today, Congresswoman Janice Hahn (CA-44) and Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas (District-2) were joined by local elected officials and homeless aid providers to call Governor Brown to designate additional resources to combat the crisis of homelessness in California.  The leaders held a press conference outside of the Winter Weather Shelter in North Long Beach and were joined by Representatives Alan Lowenthal, Loretta Sanchez, and Grace Napolitano, as well as Long Beach City Councilman Rex Richardson, and Shari Weaver, the Regional Coordinator of Service Planning Area 8. “The homeless crisis has hit Los Angeles County hard, but we are not alone,” said Congresswoman Hahn. “My colleagues in Congress from communities across the state have witnessed a devastating rise in homelessness—proving that homelessness is not a Los Angeles problem, or a San Francisco problem, it is

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