Roger Salazar

Spokesman, California Democratic Party

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Roger Salazar on KCRW

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.

Top Democrats Use Campaign Funds for Staff Pay, Legal Fees

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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