Rep. George Miller To Retire After 40 Years in Congress
On Monday, Rep. George Miller (D-Calif.) -- who was instrumental in passing the Affordable Care Act -- announced that he will retire when his term ends, concluding a 40-year career in Congress. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said that Miller "has written some of the most creative legislation of our time -- on health care, education, child policy and labor rights, and also on the environment, energy and national parks."
- "Rep. Miller's retirement Leaves Nancy Pelosi Without One of Her Closest Allies" (Lillis/Joseph, "Ballot Box," The Hill, 1/13).
- "Rep. George Miller To Retire After 40 Years" (Lochhead/Garofoli, San Francisco Chronicle, 1/14).