Doug LaMalfa

Republican State Assemblyman

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Republican State Assemblyman from the 2nd District and a co-chair of the Yes on 90 campaign

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Local, state and federal governments have always been able to seize property that owners don't want to sell for public uses like roads, schools, parks or fire stations.  Last year, the…

Proposition 90: Private Property, Eminent Domain and the Environment

Local, state and federal governments have always been able to seize property that owners don't want to sell for public uses like roads, schools, parks or fire stations.  Last year, the…

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