Torey Van Oot

Sacramento Bee

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Reporter for the Sacramento Bee, covering the California Legislature and state politics

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California became the first state to enact  term limits  for state legislators 22 years ago.  Politicians can serve three two-year terms in the state Assembly and two four-year terms…

Proposition 28: Another Flap over Term Limits

California became the first state to enact term limits for state legislators 22 years ago.  Politicians can serve three two-year terms in the state Assembly and two four-year terms…

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