United States Senator Dianne Feinstein, a stalwart of American politics, has passed away at the age of 90, confirmed by ABC7 Insider Phil Matier. Serving her sixth term as the senator from California, Feinstein leaves behind a significantly impactful legacy.
Feinstein's health had been a topic of concern in recent times as she battled several health complications. Earlier this year, she was diagnosed with shingles and contracted encephalitis, which left her in a frail state. Despite these challenges, Feinstein continued to serve her duty, announcing grants for California rail projects.
Feinstein was also hospitalized briefly following a fall at her home. However, she managed to recover and return to her duties, demonstrating her unwavering commitment to public service.
After being diagnosed with shingles, Feinstein announced in February that she would not seek re-election in