Roger Niello

Republican Assemblyman

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Republican Assemblyman representing the 5th District, which includes suburban Sacramento. He is the Assembly Budget Committee Vice Chairman (R-Fair Oaks).

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In January, with a 14 billion dollar deficit,  Governor Schwarzenegger  proposed a 10% cut in spending across the board including almost 5 billion from schools.

Anti-tax Governor Considers Closing Tax Loopholes

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