Barbara Boxer

Former US Senator

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Former Democratic US Senator for California and Chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee

Barbara Boxer on KCRW

After spending more than three decades in Congress, California Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer stepped down from her seat last month. Democrats are in the minority in Washington DC.

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