Ofelia Medina

North Association of Latino Elected Officials

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Director of State Civic Engagement Policy at the North Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO)

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With the state legislature's current session is scheduled to end tomorrow, it's time to invoke a long-standing maxim: "the hardest, most controversial proposals are almost always left…

In Sacramento, Saving the Biggest for Last

With the state legislature's current session is scheduled to end tomorrow, it's time to invoke a long-standing maxim: "the hardest, most controversial proposals are almost always left…

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