Op-Eds and Articles
When Rep. Henry Waxman, who will turn 75 in September, retires at the end of this year after 46 years in elected office, it will mark more than just the end of a storied career as one of the most prolific lawmakers in Congress.
The Los Angeles City Council proclaimed last Friday as “Henry Waxman Day in L.A.” and invited the retiring U.S. Congressman to city hall, where officials praised his 40-year career in politics.
On January 30, 2014 Congressman Henry A. Waxman, senior Democrat from California, announced his decision not to seek reelection to the House this fall.
An Op-ed by Henry Waxman
Park Labrea and Beverly Press cover Representative Waxman holding a press conference calling for tougher regulations on cigar sales to minors.
Malibu Surfside News Report published an article detailing a report released by Rep. Waxman and the House Committee on Energy and Commerce revealing the failure to protect coastal environments during the 112th Congress.
Malibu Times releases an article quoting Rep. Henry Waxman's recent press conference.
Santa Monica Patch covers Rep. Henry Waxman's call for renewed protections on California’s coastline in the wake of a new report detailing Republican attacks on coastal water, marine life and the environment.
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