George Runner

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Member of the California State Board of Equalization; former Republican Senator representing California's 17th District

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The US Supreme Court ruled in 1992 that online retailers  don't have to collect sales tax  unless they have a physical presence in the state.

Amazon, Traditional Business and the California Ballot

The US Supreme Court ruled in 1992 that online retailers don't have to collect sales tax unless they have a physical presence in the state.

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Last year, 70% of California voters approved  Jessica’s Law —a measure designed to crack down on sexual predators.  It prohibits paroled offenders from living within 2,000 feet of a…

Has Jessica’s Law Kept California Children Any Safer?

Last year, 70% of California voters approved Jessica’s Law —a measure designed to crack down on sexual predators.  It prohibits paroled offenders from living within 2,000 feet of a…

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Governor Schwarzenegger once promised to "  blow up the boxes " by reorganizing state agencies that are inefficient and sometimes dysfunctional.

Schwarzenegger Cries Budget Wolf

Governor Schwarzenegger once promised to " blow up the boxes " by reorganizing state agencies that are inefficient and sometimes dysfunctional.

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