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Safe Long Beach Earns City a Spot on National Forum to Prevent Youth Violence

safe-long-beach The City of Long Beach has been selected to join a U.S. Department of Justice National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention (Forum). The national designation will enable the City to apply for federal grant awards to implement its Safe Long Beach Violence Prevention Plan (Safe Long Beach).

Sen. Lieu to Introduce Bill Banning State From Helping Feds Spy on Citizens

ted-lieu In response to repeated federal admissions of widespread spying on innocent American citizens, Sen. Ted Lieu will introduce a sweeping bill that would ban state agencies, officials and corporations that provide services to the state from supporting or assisting the federal government to spy or collect certain data on Californians.

John Sellers Selected to Represent CSULB in Congressional Internship Program

CSULB Political Science Student John Sellers Spending Fall Semester in Washington, D.C. as Participant in Panetta Institute’s Annual Congressional Internship Program. CSULB Political Science Student John Sellers Spending Fall Semester in Washington, D.C. as Participant in Panetta Institute’s Annual Congressional Internship Program. John Sellers, a senior political science major at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), is spending the fall semester in Washington, D.C.

Bonnie Lowenthal’s Notes from the Capitol

Now that I chair the Joint Committee on Emergency Management, I’m constantly thinking of preparedness. That’s why I’ve met with California firefighters, who were happy to show me their aging air fleet.

Richardson Moves to Tighten Security at Federal Buildings

Congresswoman Laura Richardson Congresswoman Laura Richardson Congresswoman Laura Richardson (CA-37) introduced two amendments to the Federal Protective Service Reform and Enhancement Act that would improve and increase safety standards at Federal facilities across the country.

New Historical Exhibition, Rebuilding for the Future A New Deal for Long Beach 1933-1942

historical-society-art-exhibit The Historical Society of Long Beach is proud to announce the opening of its next original exhibition, Rebuilding for the Future- A New Deal for Long Beach 1933-1942. Funded in part by a grant from the Long Beach Navy Memorial Heritage Association, it features photographs by J.

Celebration of Life Remembering Steve Horn, former CSULB President and U.S. Congressman, Set for April 30

steve horn memorial at csulb CSULB will host a celebration of life for Steve Horn on April 30. A public Celebration of Life remembering Steve Horn, former president of California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) and U.S. Congressman, will be held Saturday, April 30, 2011.

DOT Awards Long Beach Airport More Than $2 Million in Grant Funding

long beach airport The City of Long Beach has been awarded $2,045,569 in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation in support of projects occurring at the Long Beach Daugherty Field Airport. “The Long Beach Airport is extremely important to our city’s economy, not only meeting a consumer need for passenger service but also playing a vital role in our goods movement system” said Congresswoman Laura Richardson (CA-37). 

$9 Billion in Cuts Isn’t Enough Says the USPS

post office seeks bailout The post office says that government regulations are partly to blame for the fiscal problems it faces. Photo by pacdog. The Postmaster General told a congressional subcommittee Wednesday that despite taking aggressive steps to reduce costs, the U.S.

Federal Officials Tour Port’s Security Safeguards

federal officials tour long beach port John S. Pistole, Administrator of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, along with other federal officials visited the Port of Long Beach on Thursday to see firsthand the testing of a key security measure for shipping facilities.

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