Representative Alan Lowenthal

District California 47th
Party Democrat
Terms 2nd
Committees (State Senate) Environmental Quality Committee, Budget and Fiscal Review Subcommittee No.2 on Resources, Environmental Protection, Energy, and Transportation, California Ports and Goods Movement (select committee), Renewable Energy (select committee), The Environment, the Economy, and Climate Change (select committee), Fisheries and Aquaculture (joint committee), Environmental Caucus


Leadership: Representative Alan Lowenthal is a former local city councilman and state legislator (CA-27) in Southern California, where he introduced groundbreaking legislation to clean up our air, and is widely recognized as an effective, bi-partisan problem solver. In Sacramento, Representative Lowenthal took the lead in efforts to improve air quality, increase coastal access and restore inland waterways throughout the state. Due to his leadership on clean air, water, and developing a new green jobs economy, Congressman Lowenthal has been honored by many environmental advocacy groups such as the California League of Conservation Voters, the Sierra Club, the Planning and Conservation League, and the California Coastal Commission.

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