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October 10, 2012 | Patt Morrison
David Dreier was 26, still living in a dorm at Claremont McKenna College and working as a college administrator, when he ran for Congress the first time, in 1978. He lost then but never thereafter. Sixteen times, Dreier was elected to the House of Representatives from a San Gabriel Valley/San Bernardino County district. He became the youngest-ever chairman of the Rules Committee, mastering the machinery of the House. But in February, he announced he would not seek reelection. He leaves behind a sharply redrawn district, and a Congress he insists is not so awfully different from the one he entered more than half his life ago. You went to Washington in the "Ronald Reagan Class of 1980.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 2013 | By Richard Simon
WASHINGTON -- As a member of Congress, the ever polite House Rules Committee Chairman David Dreier (R-San Dimas) helped promote the idea of  a bipartisan retreat to teach lawmakers how to be more civil to one another.      Though congressional civility retreats are a thing of the past, Dreier, who retired from the House in January, is once again promoting the idea of retreats. In his new role, he will lead a commission to organize gatherings at Sunnylands, the Annenberg estate in Rancho Mirage, and other places to contemplate big issues, beginning with seeking ways to promote trade in the Pacific Rim.      The former congressman joined the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands on Wednesday in announcing the creation of the Annenberg-Dreier Commission to organize events at Walter and Leonore Annenberg's former estate.
MAGAZINE
June 21, 1992
It is difficult to imagine an article on the women of NPR without mention of Mara Liasson, who has provided superb coverage of the revolutions in Eastern Europe and in the United States Congress, where women are on the ascent as well. REP. DAVID DREIER (R-CALIF.) Washington
NEWS
June 28, 1992
Marcela Sedano, 17, a senior at San Dimas High School, recently was named the overall winner of the 1992 Youth Volunteer Award program sponsored by Rep. David Dreier (R-La Verne). Sedano was honored for her work with the San Dimas/La Verne Gang Task Force, where she has spoken to many organizations about gang activity. Also honored were runners-up Kelli Miller of Charter Oak High School and Shelly Ann Freeland of Bishop Amat High School.
WORLD
June 27, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
Prime Minister Tony Blair's eldest son will intern for a U.S. congressional committee, Blair's office said. Euan Blair, 21, will take a short, unpaid internship with the House Rules Committee, a spokesman said. He did not specify when the internship would start. The Rules Committee is chaired by Rep. David Dreier (R-San Dimas). The Sunday Telegraph newspaper reported that Dreier would mentor Euan Blair, whose father leads Britain's Labor Party.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Sheriff Lee Baca said Thursday that he supported legislation that would make it a federal offense for anyone to flee the country after killing a peace officer in the United States. The matter is significant to Baca because the man accused of killing Sheriff's Deputy David March in 2002 managed to avoid prosecution for more than four years by fleeing to Mexico. Legislation introduced recently by Rep.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1998
A $2-million congressional appropriation for Angeles National Forest will be used to buy remaining tracts of private land within it boundaries. The appropriation comes from $700 million set aside by Congress to add environmentally sensitive tracts to national parklands and wildlife areas, said Rep. David Dreier (R-San Dimas).
NEWS
February 17, 1994
Applications are being accepted for the ninth annual Youth Volunteer Award sponsored by Congressman David Dreier (R-San Dimas). Open to high school students ages 14 to 18 who live in the 28th Congressional District, the awards will be given in June to the volunteer of the year and three runners-up.
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