Cruz Reynoso

UC Davis School of Law

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Professor of Law Emeritus at the UC Davis School of Law, former justice on the California Supreme Court

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LA County is bigger than many American states and each of the five County Supervisors represents more than two million people.

A Political Earthquake Heading for Los Angeles County

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