Bill Hebert

California State Bar

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President of the California State Bar, he is based in San Francisco

Bill Hebert on KCRW

The legislature and Governors Schwarzenegger and Brown have vastly reduced the budget for the Third Branch of Government.

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The legislature and Governors Schwarzenegger and Brown have vastly reduced the budget for the Third Branch of Government.

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