George Passantino

Senior Fellow at the Reason Foundation

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Senior Fellow at the Reason Foundation; former director on Governor Schwarzenegger's California Performance Review

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Governor Schwarzenegger  spent last week signing bills with
George Clooney by his side and Tony Blair appearing by video linkup. Today and
tomorrow he'll be putting partisanship…

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