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10-3-2014
Senadores Republicanos te están escuchando, y trabajando al otro lado del pasillo para pasar importante legislación.
10-3-2014
California Senate Republicans are listening to you, and working across the aisle to pass important legislation.
06-5-2012
State Senate Joe Simitian (D-Palo Alto) questions the High Speed Rail Authority on its lack of leadership and why the people of California should trust this untested organization.
03-21-2012
Senator Dutton's remarks as Senate Republicans attempt to stop further corrosion of public transparency in the state budget process by voting against a series of 40 budget “spot bills” that Legislative Democrats passed today on a party-line vote.
03-21-2012
Senator Emerson's remarks as Senate Republicans attempt to stop further corrosion of public transparency in the state budget process by voting against a series of 40 budget “spot bills” that Legislative Democrats passed today on a party-line vote.
03-21-2012
Senator Fuller's remarks as Senate Republicans attempt to stop further corrosion of public transparency in the state budget process by voting against a series of 40 budget “spot bills” that Legislative Democrats passed today on a party-line vote.
03-21-2012
Senator Anderson's remarks as Senate Republicans attempt to stop further corrosion of public transparency in the state budget process by voting against a series of 40 budget “spot bills” that Legislative Democrats passed today on a party-line vote.
03-21-2012
Senator Blakeslee's remarks as Senate Republicans attempt to stop further corrosion of public transparency in the state budget process by voting against a series of 40 budget “spot bills” that Legislative Democrats passed today on a party-line vote.
03-21-2012
Senator Huff's remarks as Senate Republicans attempt to stop further corrosion of public transparency in the state budget process by voting against a series of 40 budget “spot bills” that Legislative Democrats passed today on a party-line vote.
03-21-2012
Senator Huff's remarks as Senate Republicans attempt to stop further corrosion of public transparency in the state budget process by voting against a series of 40 budget “spot bills” that Legislative Democrats passed today on a party-line vote.

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