Julia Horowitz

Associated Press

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Reporter for the Associated Press' Sacramento Bureau

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Three years ago, almost two-thirds of California voters passed Proposition 39, the Clean Energy Jobs Act.

Clean Energy Jobs Act: Where Are the Jobs?

Three years ago, almost two-thirds of California voters passed Proposition 39, the Clean Energy Jobs Act.

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Two weeks ago, a committee of the State Assembly gutted a package of anti-smoking bills passed by the State Senate.

New Battlegrounds in the War against Smoking

Two weeks ago, a committee of the State Assembly gutted a package of anti-smoking bills passed by the State Senate.

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