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Congresswoman Maxine Waters

Representing the 43rd District of California

Maxine In The News

January 22, 2013 Maxine in the News
For some lucky ticket holders, inauguration weekend kicked off Saturday with a screening of Eugene Jarecki's provocative documentary about America's war on drugs, "The House I Live In," at the Shiloh Baptist Church in Washington's Shaw neighborhood.
January 22, 2013 Maxine in the News
While Dodd-Frank opponents will attempt to make "technical" corrections to the legislation, they may encounter fierce resistance from Rep. Maxine Waters, the 12-term California Democrat recently appointed as the ranking member of the House Financial Services Committee.
January 22, 2013 Maxine in the News
Partisan rancor presides over Washington, but for a few fleeting hours on Inauguration Day, bipartisan comity takes over as official Washington breaks bread — literally, as Vice President Biden would say — for the inaugural luncheon held for more than a century.
January 22, 2013 Maxine in the News
African-American leaders praised President Obama's second inaugural address for its bold, inclusive language about poverty, climate change and civil rights. Obama, America's first black president, was inaugurated for a second term in an historic ceremony Monday. The occasion coincided with Martin Luther King Jr. Day, adding to its meaning, particularly for black leaders.
January 20, 2013 Maxine in the News
Congresswoman Waters was featured in the Torrance Tribune on the day of her swearing in to the 113th Congress. Congresswoman Waters will represent California's 43rd Congressional District and will serve as the Ranking Member of the House Financial Services Committee.
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January 18, 2013 Maxine in the News
Efforts by House Republicans to turn back the landmark Dodd-Frank banking law will meet with staunch resistance from Rep. Maxine Waters.
January 10, 2013 Maxine in the News
The multimillion-dollar expansion and facelift of Los Angeles International Airport is running into resistance from some residents. People who live in the shadow of the airport are speaking out against plans to relocate a runway even closer to their homes. They aired their concerns at a public meeting on Tuesday night.
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January 10, 2013 Maxine in the News
Neighbors of Los Angeles International Airport turned out in force at a public hearing Tuesday night to protest plans to separate the two northern runways by 260 feet for safety and efficiency reasons.  
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January 10, 2013 Maxine in the News
As the board of the American International Group weighs whether to join a shareholder lawsuit against the United States government, several lawmakers have a simple message for the bailed-out insurer.
January 10, 2013 Maxine in the News
Facing outrage from all quarters, AIG Inc. said Wednesday it would not sue the U.S. government over terms of its multi-billion dollar bailout.

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