Denise Moreno Ducheny

Democratic State Senator

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Democratic State Senator, representing parts of San Diego and Riverside counties and all of Imperial County, and Chair of the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee

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The budget drama continues in Sacramento, where the Governor and the Legislature are under pressure to close a  $24 billion budget gap  with no time to spare.

State Moves Closer to Insolvency

The budget drama continues in Sacramento, where the Governor and the Legislature are under pressure to close a $24 billion budget gap with no time to spare.

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The Assembly and Senate were supposed to pass a state budget almost a month ago.  Last week  the Assembly passed a $145 Billion dollar spending plan and left on vacation.

Intransigent Republicans Attack Welfare

The Assembly and Senate were supposed to pass a state budget almost a month ago. Last week the Assembly passed a $145 Billion dollar spending plan and left on vacation.

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