Congressman Ken Calvert Joins Reid & Hellyer for Lunch

March 31, 2010

calvertsmall.jpgDuring his most recent trip back to the district, U.S. Rep. Ken Calvert visited the office of Reid & Hellyer.

Calvert, a Republican, met with attorneys from Reid & Hellyer, leadership from UC Riverside and local businesspeople in late March for a lunchtime discussion of the issues making headlines across the country, including recent healthcare reform legislation, jobs and the economy.

As the upcoming 2010 election season heats up, Reid & Hellyer hosted visits by the two major candidates running for the 44th Congressional District. Calvert's visit follows a visit by his Democratic challenger, Bill Hedrick, in early February.

Reid &Hellyer Associate Attorney Scott Talkov introduced Calvert and organized the event.

"We are delighted that Congressman Calvert chose to spend part of his time in the district with us," Talkov said. "Given the recent developments in Washington, receiving an update firsthand from the Congressman is very exciting."

calverttable.jpgSpeaking to a group of about 40 professionals from the Riverside area, Calvert discussed his vote against the recently enacted healthcare reform legislation, his opposition to increases in the nation's capital gains tax structure and his thoughts on increasing California's water supply. Calvert also explained his support for the Iraq war, his position on a more transparent earmark process and his views on foreign relations with Iran and Russia.

Headquartered in Riverside, Reid & Hellyer has been serving the Inland Empire for more than 100 years as one of the most-respected full service law firms in Southern California, providing legal services in business and real estate litigation, real estate development, transactional and media law, bankruptcy, mediation and civil rights. Reid & Hellyer serves individual and business clients of national, regional and local prominence. Learn more at www.rhlaw.com.

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