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Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills and Writers Bloc Present: Congressman Adam Schiff
March 19, 2019, 7:00pm. At Temple Emanuel, 300 North Clark Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Parking available on local streets and in the Temple’s reserved parking garage located at the corner of Burton Way and Herzl Way.
Congressman Adam Schiff has always been one of the most respected Members of Congress. Now he is one of the most outspoken and sought-after voices to help better understand the complexities of what is taking place in Washington. He is Chair of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, which oversees Departments including Defense, Homeland Security, Justice, Energy and State. Since 2018, he has captured the national spotlight for his work on the Intelligence Committee on issues of national security and other critical matters of State. He is also a leading voice on everything from gun violence prevention and campaign finance reform to immigration.
FREE TO THE PUBLIC. Seating is limited. Please rsvp with this link, and be sure to leave your email address in case we need to contact you for any reason. If you rsvp and find that you cannot attend, let us know promptly at so that we can admit people who are wait-listed.
PLEASE NOTE THE 7:00 PM START TIME DUE TO CONGRESSMAN SCHIFF’S SCHEDULE.
- We ask that you arrive prior to the event start time to be seated. Out of respect to Congressman Schiff’s schedule, we begin promptly at 7:00 pm.
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Writers Bloc thanks Temple Emanuel, The Religious Action Center and the Jewish Center for Justice.