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Mar 28 2017 Scheduler Alissa Jimenez is no longer on legislator Kevin de Leon's staff.
Mar 27 2017 Caucus Consultant Jenny Bach is no longer on legislator Richard Pan's staff.
Mar 27 2017 Communications Director Jann Taber is no longer on legislator Andy Vidak's staff.
Mar 28 2017 hearing tommorrow on film and television tax credit program » Read
Mar 28 2017 key policy committee approves plans to cut fees on the innocent, keep records sealed » Read
Mar 28 2017 assemblyman gallagher challenges state immigration policy » Read
Mar 28 2017 salas bill to connect victims to resources clears first committee ab 326 will train salon professionals to detect signs of abuse » Read
Mar 28 2017 traffic amnesty program ends on friday » Read