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Bauer-Kahan and Glazer meet with constituents

Original post made on Mar 18, 2019

Working with a new colleague can sometimes be difficult, but State Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan and legislative veteran State Senator Steve Glazer showed a united front at their joint Dublin Town Hall March 12, where they discussed the various issues affecting the Tri-Valley, as well as how they are working together to represent their constituents.

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Posted by DiabloTony
a resident of Diablo
on Mar 18, 2019 at 9:10 am

The story above is a joke. We attended a joint session at the Sycamore Valley Elementary School in Danville a while back. Written questions were submitted by the audience and Rebecca's staff chose a few "softball" questions for reply, mainly to augment her agenda. The other questions were left unanswered. They promised a response from their staff at some later date. I'm not holding my breath.

Three questions were submitted by my Wife, a friend and I: 1. What is her position on Single Payer Medical Coverage proposed by her Party which will cost taxpayers $400,000,000,000.00. How is is to be funded and how will it affect Kaiser, Blue Shield, etc.? 2. What is her position on ex-Governor Brown's "Super Train to Nowhere." 3. What is her position on eliminating Prop. 13 on business and commercial properties and will this drive further companies to exit California like Toyota and McKesson? Now that we have a one-party system firmly in place for the next 10 years at the very minimum, how will it affect our pocketbook?

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Posted by Resident
a resident of San Ramon
on Mar 20, 2019 at 2:34 pm

CA has become a one party dictatorship. Too Bad Catherine Baker didn't get re-elected; did ballot stuffing have a part in that sad story?

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