Diane Harkey

Assemblywoman, R-Dana Point

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Republican Assemblywoman from Dana Point

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This year's legislative session is about to come to an end, with the  state budget  two months overdue and likely to remain so.

Will California Ever Get a Budget?

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Yesterday, Democrats in the State Senate said a tax increase of some $5 billion would avoid massive program cuts proposed by Governor Schwarzenegger.

Assembly Speaker Calls for Oil Severance Tax

Yesterday, Democrats in the State Senate said a tax increase of some $5 billion would avoid massive program cuts proposed by Governor Schwarzenegger.

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