Joshua Stewart

San Diego Union Tribune

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Politics and Government Reporter, San Diego Union Tribune.

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All 14 California House Republicans voted for the GOP health care bill. Among them were San Diego County’s Darrell Issa and the Central Valley’s Jeff Denham.

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