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May 04 2015 Executive Secretary Jane Heidenreich is no longer on Republican Assembly Committee's staff.
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Apr 30 2015 assemblyman marc steinorth’s bipartisan regulatory reform measure passes the assembly with unanimous support » Read
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Apr 30 2015 holden’s legislation to improve public school education pass key education committee (ab 288 & ab 148) » Read
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