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Inventory of the Teresa P. Hughes Papers
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Description
Teresa P. Hughes, Democrat, was both a State Assembly Member, 1975-1992 and a State Senator, 1993-2000. She represented cities in Los Angeles County in the 47thth Assembly District and the 25th Senate District. The Teresa P. Hughes Papers consist of 14 cubic feet of textual records reflecting Hughes's activities during her 25-year career in the Assembly and Senate. The records contain Bill Files, 1975-2000.
Background
Teresa P. Hughes, Democrat, was both a State Assembly Member, 1975-1992 and a State Senator, 1993-2000. She represented cities in Los Angeles County in the 47thth Assembly District and the 25th Senate District.Senator Hughes did not run for re-election in 2000 due to term limits. In July of 2000, Hughes was given a formal tribute by the Honorable Julian C. Dixon in the House of Representatives for her distinguished public service to the citizens of California. The renaming of an elementary school in Cudahy, California as the "Teresa P. Hughes Elementary School" was another tribute that Hughes received in 1988. This commemorated Hughes's longtime public and personal commitment to ensuring quality education for California's school children. Hughes served as a California Assembly Member and State Senator for 25 years.
Extent
14 cubic feet
Restrictions
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Availability
Collection is open for research.