Roger Salazar

Spokesman, California Democratic Party

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With the shortfall between spending and income growing day by day, Republicans yesterday offered their ideas for a balanced  budget : $15.6 billion in cuts -- more than $10 billion…

Republicans Bring a Hatchet to the Budget Debate

With the shortfall between spending and income growing day by day, Republicans yesterday offered their ideas for a balanced budget : $15.6 billion in cuts -- more than $10 billion…

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Democrat  Don Perata  of Oakland is president pro tem of the State Senate. He’s also been under federal investigation for four years. FBI agents have raided his home.

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Democrat Don Perata of Oakland is president pro tem of the State Senate. He’s also been under federal investigation for four years. FBI agents have raided his home.

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Last year,  Governor Schwarzenegger  negotiated contracts with four California Indian tribes.

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Last year, Governor Schwarzenegger negotiated contracts with four California Indian tribes.

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