Ross Johnson

Chairman, California Fair Political Practices Commission

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Chairman of the California Fair Political Practices Commission; former Republican State Senator and Assemblyman from Orange County

Ross Johnson on KCRW

In the  latest survey  by the Public Policy Institute of California, approval of the California state legislature dropped to a record low.  Just 14% of registered voters thought the…

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In the latest survey by the Public Policy Institute of California, approval of the California state legislature dropped to a record low.  Just 14% of registered voters thought the…

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California’s next election is exactly a month away, featuring six propositions on state finance.  Interest groups on all sides will be doing a lot of spending.

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