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Congresswoman Waters Announces $4.5 Million Federal Grant for LA County for Residential Noise Mitigation in Lennox and Athens
September 24, 2014
Washington, DC- Today, Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43) announced that the
Congresswoman Waters Marks the 20th Anniversary of the Passage of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
September 12, 2014
Waters Salutes Women in Service
Washington, D.C. – Just one day after the 13th anniversary of the tragic September 11 attacks on our nation, Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43) paid tribute to women who bravely serve our nation as members of the military, law enforcement, fire departments, first responders, USO and the American Red Cross.
Congresswoman Waters Announces $10.25 Million Federal Grant for Improvements to the Willowbrook/Rosa Parks Metro Station
September 12, 2014
Congresswoman Waters Announces $10 Million Federal Grant for the City of Inglewood for Residential Noise Mitigation
September 11, 2014
Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43) released the following statement today regarding the California Department of Industrial Relations' Division of Occupation Safety and Health's (Cal/OSHA) announcement to fine Menzies Aviation $77,250 following an investigation into the February death of an employee at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
July 30, 2014
Congresswoman Waters and Congressman Enyart Lead 126 Members Urging Robust Funding for TIGER Grants
The measure, introduced by Rep. Richard Hudson (R-N.C.), is named in honor of Gerardo Hernandez, the Transportation Security Administration screener who was shot to death Nov. 1 while on duty at LAX.
U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, a longtime activist and Los Angeles resident since the early 1960s, has seen most of that change — both good and bad. Despite the changes, she says, the struggle continues.
Fifty years ago today, the U.S. Senate adopted the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, which outlawed discrimination based on race, gender, religion and national origin.
The 73-27 vote on June 19, 1964, after 83 days of Senate debate, was a watershed moment followed quickly by the act's approval in the House of Representatives and President Lyndon Johnson signing it into law on July 2 of that year.