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California Sees Gridlock Ease in Governing

October 18, 2013
New York Times - ...in the past month, California has been the stage for a series of celebrations of unlikely legislative success...

'Revenge porn' may soon be a crime in California

August 26, 2013
Los Angeles Times - In that innocent age before smartphones and laptops, perhaps the nastiest public revenge that a spurned beau could take was writing “for a good time call …” with his ex’s phone number on a men’s room wall (in the interest of gender fairness, a man's number might also have been...

GOP senator's stances may woo Latinos

April 24, 2013
San Francisco Chronicle - Republicans fearful of political blowback if they support national immigration reform could learn from state Sen. Anthony Cannella - an antiabortion, evangelical Christian Republican who represents a Central California district where 45 percent of the voters are Latino.

Some California GOP lawmakers urge immigration reform

January 31, 2013
ABC 30 - A show of support at the state Capitol Thursday for immigration reform: California lawmakers, both Democratic and Republican, are urging the federal government to pass sweeping legislation. It comes as the state's Latino population continues to grow.

Congessman, State Senator, and Assemblywoman Discuss Business & Government Budget Issues at Public Forum in Turlock

September 27, 2012
Turlock City News - On Wednesday morning, U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock), State Senator Anthony Cannella (R-Ceres), and Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen (R-Modesto) joined community members and local officials at Latif's Restaurant in Turlock for the Stanislaus Business Empowerment Forum,...

Elected officials talk jobs at forum

September 27, 2012
Turlock Journal - The three elected officials who directly represent Turlock on a state and federal level visited Latif's Restaurant on Wednesday, where they took part in a public forum sponsored by the Turlock Chamber of Commerce.

Illegal scrap yards in California a burgeoning problem

August 21, 2012
Los Angeles Times - The state is in the throes of a metal theft epidemic, fueled by scrap yards' willingness to pay high prices for copper and steel that can be resold to hungry factories in Asia.

Some not wild about proposed new name for California Fish and Game

August 16, 2012
Los Angeles Times - First there was Caltrans. Then there was Cal Fire. But is the state ready for Cal Wild? Some lawmakers are fighting a proposal to change the name of the state Fish and Game Department to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, with the official nickname&nbsp...

Calif. Department of Fish and Game getting new name?

August 16, 2012
KCRA Channel 3 - What's in a name? That's the question facing lawmakers as some look at changing the name of the California Department of Fish and Game.

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