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A dermonstrator at a Sacramento rally against sexual misconduct. (Photo: Tim Foster/Capitol Weekly)
Assemblywoman Laura Friedman, a first-term lawmaker, is among the most prominent figures in the California Capitol working to combat sexual harassment. She’s not only become the Legislature’s de facto point person on sexual misconduct, but also responsible for reshaping the current harassment-reporting process that many say has failed victims.
In the objections it lodged with the Senate committee on Rendon’s bill, the NRA says lead poisoning of wildlife continues despite a partial ban on the use of lead bullets in California.
You name it, it’s on the table
The final weeks of the 2013 legislative session begin Monday.
May God have mercy.
Those five weeks will still be just as frenetic as always despite the back-patting by Gov. Jerry Brown and Democrats in the Legislature about all their “major” accomplishments connected with the June, on-time passage