Bob Huff

Chairman, California State Senate Republican Caucus

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Republican State Senator for the 29th District (portions of Los Angeles, Orange, and San Bernardino Counties), Chairman of the Republican Caucus and Vice Chair of the Senate Budget Committee

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Tonight, Governor Brown made the first  State of the State  speech since he was elected last year, his eighth in all, he reminded the legislature, if you count his first two terms.  He…

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Tonight, Governor Brown made the first State of the State speech since he was elected last year, his eighth in all, he reminded the legislature, if you count his first two terms.  He…

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The budget drama continues in Sacramento, where the Governor and the Legislature are under pressure to close a  $24 billion budget gap  with no time to spare.

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