Dan Howle

Independent Voter Project

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Chairman of the Independent Voter Project, a nonprofit organization that sponsors an annual trip to Maui for California lawmakers

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This coming weekend, members of California's Assembly and Senate will be taking off for a five-day vacation at a five-star resort on the Island of Maui.

Lawmakers' Five-Day Vacation to Maui -- All Expenses Paid

This coming weekend, members of California's Assembly and Senate will be taking off for a five-day vacation at a five-star resort on the Island of Maui.

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