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Topic - Jane Harman
The hot issue of Tuesday's special runoff election for an open House seat in Los Angeles isn't the economy, immigration or Medicaid — it's gangs, thanks to what may be the most jaw-dropping political attack ad ever run.
Coastal California is Democratic turf, where the party often rolls up landslide victories for its candidates.
Longtime Democratic Rep. Jane Harman plans to resign from the House to become the next president of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Three years after he led the charge to require consumers to ditch their comfortable old incandescent lights in favor of those twisty CFL bulbs, Rep. Fred Upton now wants to be the man to help undo that law as the next chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Two bills that would make the Homeland Security Department more transparent are poised to pass in Congress, in light of a tide of secrecy that has swept the government since Sept. 11, 2001.
Once Bush publicly acknowledged the use of waterboarding in September 2006, she said, "Congress began to push back."
"The label is wearing off. It's an old dress for my old grandma body," says Rep. Jane Harman, California Democrat, who told The Washington Times she is fond of rocking the same John Galliano body-hugging number she bought at Saks Jandel some 20 years ago.