Curt Hagman

San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors

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San Bernardino County Supervisor representing the 4th District; California state assemblyman (R-Chino Hills) and vice chair of the Assembly Public Safety Committee

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Fourteen people were shot to death this morning and 17 others were injured at a holiday party for state health workers at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.  Three shooters…

San Bernardino Mass Shooting

Fourteen people were shot to death this morning and 17 others were injured at a holiday party for state health workers at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.  Three shooters…

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Last month's  state budget  failed to provide a blueprint for cutting $1.2 billion from the  Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation .

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Last month's state budget failed to provide a blueprint for cutting $1.2 billion from the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation .

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