Lowenthal, 80, the patriarch of a political dynasty in Long Beach, said Wednesday that he had decided not to pursue another term in the U.S. House of Representatives so he could spend time focusing on taking care of himself and spend more time with his family.
We have been given opportunity after opportunity to address the issue of police brutality and social inequality. But we have let each opportunity slide away, as if hoping the underlying problem would go away on its own.
We know that social distancing has serious economic costs, and we don’t take these measures lightly. We need to recognize that everyone is making sacrifices to protect one another. The federal government needs to do everything in its power to help families get by while we fight this disease.
The bill would require corporations to build, manage and finance waste recycling systems.
Despite the Supreme Court ruling on Thursday, Lowenthal says the fight to end gerrymandering will continue.
Lowenthal joins about four dozen other House of Representatives Democrats calling for some form of impeachment proceedings to at least be considered.
There were several moments Monday night where Congressman Alan Lowenthal heeded to the raucous crowd that packed an auditorium on the Liberal Arts Campus of Long Beach City College. Instead of battling through the noise, Lowenthal patiently waited, microphone in hand, for the roar to subside to finish his points during his first large-scale town hall event, one that drew nearly 900 people.
Congressman Alan Lowenthal will host his first large-scale town hall meeting of the year Monday March 13 where he’s slated to discuss a variety of issues with his constituents including healthcare reform, immigration policies under the new White House administration and environmental issues.
Congressman Alan Lowenthal has thrown his name into the hat of nearly 60 Democratic lawmakers who will not attend the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump Friday.
President-elect Donald Trump’s choice of David Friedman as ambassador to Israel drew some local condemnation yesterday, when United States Congressman Alan Lowenthal slammed the president-elect’s pick on Facebook, calling it a move that would “damage” US credibility in trying to bring peace to the region.