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Famed Buffalo Soldiers of the U.S. Armed Forces Honored by the State Senate at a Capitol Ceremony & Reception

Sacramento – Today, to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Buffalo Soldiers, an historic group of African American service members, Senator Tony Mendoza (D-Artesia) and Senator Isadore Hall III (D–Compton), Chair of the Legislative Black Caucus, hosted a reception in the State Capitol and presented Senate Concurrent Resolution 128. More photos may be found at Senator Mendoza’s website: http://bit.ly/1tdc ...

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Let’s Talk About Race

We're going to change that this year in California. Assembly Bill 2757 will remove overtime, meal break and wage exemptions that have left farmworkers unprotected for decades, finally treating everyone equally who works hard each day to keep us fed and healthy. ...

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AG Harris Files Lawsuit Against Pong Marketing & Promotions Inc. Over Illegal Gambling Devices

SACRAMENTO - Attorney General Kamala D. Harris filed a lawsuit against Pong Marketing & Promotions Inc., a major sweepstakes gambling software provider, for illegal gambling in violation of state criminal and unfair competition laws.  In the suit, filed in Solano County Superior Court, Attorney General Harris seeks injunctive relief and penalties of approximately $10 million. Pong, a company based in Ca ...

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