From AIDS to Assassinations, Sen. Feinstein Was Always There for Us

Author: John Casey

The first thing I remember about Senator Dianne Feinstein was her height. After I had moved to New York from Capitol Hill in the mid 1990s, I was invited to a private fundraiser for her in Manhattan by one of my high-powered lobbyist friends. When Feinstein entered the apartment, which had a high ceiling, I remember how she seemed to tower over everyone.Views expressed in The Advocate’s opinion articles are those of the writers and do not necessarily represent the views of The Advocate or our parent company, equalpride.

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