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By: Claire Trageser
Congressman Mike Levin on Tuesday waded into the ongoing dilemma over what to do about the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
By Shawn Raymundo
Holding his inaugural Coffee with Your Congressman event, Rep. Mike Levin, of California’s 49th District, met with constituents at Ellie’s Table at Egan House on the morning of Friday, March 22.
Levin, a resident of San Juan Capistrano, spent one-on-one time with locals answering their questions.
By Andrew Dyer
By Adam Elmahrek
Rep. Mike Levin, a vocal opponent of plans to extend the 241 toll road through south Orange County, has called on the governor’s office to ensure proper oversight of the local tollway authority after a Times article revealed questionable payments to the agency’s public outreach consultants.
Newly elected Rep. Mike Levin has organized a task force to consider how millions of pounds of radioactive waste from the shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant can be safely stored in coming years — or moved far away from the coast.
OCEANSIDE, Calif. (CN) – Hundreds of Southern California residents packed a high school auditorium Saturday for Rep. Mike Levin’s first town hall where the freshman congressman focused heavily on environmental concerns, including the shuttered San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) just minutes down the freeway from his family’s home.
When the people of California’s 49th District elected me to represent them in Congress, I did not imagine that I would be sworn in during a partial government shutdown. On the same day that I raised my right hand and took the oath of office, I also cast my first votes to fund federal agencies that have been shut down by President Donald Trump.
Congressman Mike Levin, who was elected to represent San Diego County's 49th Congressional District, was sworn into office last week amid one of the longest government shutdowns in recent history.
Funding for a border wall has been the main sticking point in negotiations to reopen the government.