Dena Bunis

Washington Bureau Chief, Orange County Register

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First, Republican candidate  Carly Fiorina  was raising money in Washington yesterday for her campaign against Democratic US Senator  Barbara Boxer .

Fiorina Tries to Liken Herself to Feinstein

First, Republican candidate Carly Fiorina was raising money in Washington yesterday for her campaign against Democratic US Senator Barbara Boxer .

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Immigration reform is moving back to the front burner in Washington as the Bush Administration cracks down on both undocumented workers and their American employers.  At the same time,…

The Impact of Immigration on California

Immigration reform is moving back to the front burner in Washington as the Bush Administration cracks down on both undocumented workers and their American employers.  At the same time,…

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