In a squeaker vote, the California Assembly approves a $52-billion transportation package

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—After a nail-biter vote in the Assembly, the $52-billion transportation package cleared the California Legislature late Thursday night and now goes to Gov. Jerry Brown for his signature. “Members, it’s been a long, crumbling road to get where we are today,” said Assemblyman Jim Frazier, a Democrat who helped craft the legislation. Frazier cast the…

3 Responses to In a squeaker vote, the California Assembly approves a $52-billion transportation package

  1. Thomas Adams April 8, 2017 at 1:09 pm

    Requesting pieces of information from Citizens Journal:
    1) Could you provide a record of who voted “yes” for this boondoggle?
    2) Can find past bills for road improvement?
    3) How much of our CA budget is already allocated to roads, bridges, etc?

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  2. William Hicks April 8, 2017 at 5:56 am

    Do you think it’s about time to ask your new Assemblyman how he voted and why?

    Reply

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