Cameron Smyth

California State Assemblyman (R-Santa Clarita)

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Republican Assemblyman representing 38th District (Santa Clarita, Simi Valley)

Cameron Smyth on KCRW

Governor Brown today  vetoed the budget  passed yesterday by the Democratic majority in Sacramento, issuing an explanation on YouTube.

Governor Brown Says, 'Thanks, but No Thanks'

Governor Brown today vetoed the budget passed yesterday by the Democratic majority in Sacramento, issuing an explanation on YouTube.

from Which Way, L.A.?

It’s budget season again in Sacramento, with a June 30th deadline that hasn’t been met for the past 20 years.

Trying to Fill Another Huge State Budget gap

It’s budget season again in Sacramento, with a June 30th deadline that hasn’t been met for the past 20 years.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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