Congresswoman Karen Bass (D-Los Angeles) welcomed more than 150 constituents to her first Congressional Conversation of the year at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church for a “Congressional Conversation” for the Baldwin Hills and Baldwin Vista neighborhoods.
Bass provided an update on the latest news from Washington, DC and then answered questions from attendees about the Affordable Care Act, crime in the community, President Obama’s recent action to address gun violence, and issues about parking in the neighborhood.
Bass was joined by Los Angeles County Assessor Jeff Prang, a representative from Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson’s office, representatives from the United States Postal Service and a representative from the Los Angeles Police Department to answer questions about discuss the latest information about what was taking place in the community.
“I want to thank the neighbors for joining me and for sharing their ideas and their concerns about what is happening in Washington and the neighborhood” said Rep. Bass. “It is my hope that these meetings bring real resources and answers to my constituents and empower them to get involved in making our community better.”
Bass will continue to visit neighborhoods throughout 2016. Neighbors who were not able to visit are invited to call Rep. Bass’ office at 323-965-1422 and provide their questions and feedback.