Steve Maviglio

Forza Communications

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Sacramento-based Democratic consultant; founder and President of Forza Communications, a public affairs and campaign firm, he blogs at the California Majority Report; press secretary to then-Governor Gray Davis and former Deputy Chief of Staff for Assembly Speakers Karen Bass and Fabian Núñez

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A discussion about Proposition 54, which, if approved, would end the practice of last-minute lawmaking by California legislators.

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A discussion about Proposition 54, which, if approved, would end the practice of last-minute lawmaking by California legislators.

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Republican  Steve Cooley  and Democrat  Kamala Harris  are the District Attorneys of Los Angeles and San Francisco Counties, respectively.

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Republican Steve Cooley and Democrat Kamala Harris are the District Attorneys of Los Angeles and San Francisco Counties, respectively.

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