Kevin Gordon

education lobbyist

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Lobbyist for school districts across Southern California, including those in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange Counties

Kevin Gordon on KCRW

In May, California voters will be asked to ratify the  $42 billion tax increase and spending-cut program  worked out by Governor Schwarzenegger and squabbling legislators of both…

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In May, California voters will be asked to ratify the $42 billion tax increase and spending-cut program worked out by Governor Schwarzenegger and squabbling legislators of both…

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