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May 7, 1990
Increasingly, the most successful ethnic minority politicians are learning how to win by appealing to voters of all races. Here are two who have succeeded and one who hopes to win in November: Mary King Mary King had been a drama student, a 20-year-old single mother, a secretary and a telephone operator before she entered the world of politics. A black woman, she upset a white man in a 1988 Alameda County supervisors race from a district with a 10% black population. Her strategy?
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 24, 2009 | Eric Bailey
A moderate assemblyman cut ties with the Democratic Party on Tuesday and became an independent, a move that could throw an unexpected curve into the state's budget fight. Fresno Assemblyman Juan Arambula, who has frequently clashed with Democratic leaders, re-registered as decline-to-state.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 24, 2009 | Eric Bailey
A moderate assemblyman cut ties with the Democratic Party on Tuesday and became an independent, a move that could throw an unexpected curve into the state's budget fight. Fresno Assemblyman Juan Arambula, who has frequently clashed with Democratic leaders, re-registered as decline-to-state.
NEWS
May 7, 1990
Increasingly, the most successful ethnic minority politicians are learning how to win by appealing to voters of all races. Here are two who have succeeded and one who hopes to win in November: Mary King Mary King had been a drama student, a 20-year-old single mother, a secretary and a telephone operator before she entered the world of politics. A black woman, she upset a white man in a 1988 Alameda County supervisors race from a district with a 10% black population. Her strategy?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 1, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
Fresno County supervisors have decided to schedule some of their meetings for the evening in hopes of generating more public participation. Board members said meeting during the day has made it hard for residents with regular work schedules to attend. "It's really just an attempt to provide greater access to the public," board Chairman Juan Arambula said. "If it serves a useful purpose, we will continue it."
NEWS
July 24, 1988
A U.S. citizen who was deported from a San Joaquin Valley lettuce-growing area to Mexicali two years ago has received $12,000 and a formal apology from the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. "We were wrong," a Border Patrol official said. Agents picked up Gonzalo Serrano in a southern Fresno County field and took him in for questioning in July, 1986, even though he had showed agents a copy of his birth certificate.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 4, 2006
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has vetoed a bill that would have required farm labor contractors to include on pay stubs the names and addresses of the growers whose fields their farmhands work. The legislation, by Assemblyman Juan Arambula (D-Fresno), sought to help farmworkers track down liable growers when fly-by-night contractors cheat them.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 2007 | Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer
SACRAMENTO -- In a move to head off election fraud, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed legislation Monday requiring county registrars to send a card to voters notifying them when papers have been filed to change their party affiliation. Assemblyman Juan Arambula (D-Fresno) wrote the bill after a controversy last year in which workers were paid to register new Republicans in Orange County. Later, 279 voters complained that their party affiliation had been changed without their consent.
BUSINESS
March 24, 2009 | Marc Lifsher
Tens of thousands of out-of-work Californians, slated to exhaust their unemployment benefits next month, could soon get an extra 20 weeks of help thanks to a compromise bill approved by the Assembly on Monday. It passed 76 to 0. The bill now goes to the Senate for action Thursday. If passed and signed into law by Gov.
NEWS
February 11, 2010 | By Anthony York
What was supposed to be a relatively quick debate over the confirmation of the appointment of Sen. Abel Maldonado (R-Santa Maria) as lieutenant governor turned into a drawn-out, five-hour affair that could wind up being decided in the courts. In the end, the Assembly failed to confirm Maldonado's nomination. He received 37 votes in favor of his confirmation and 35 votes against confirmation. All but one of the Assembly's Republican members voted for his promotion. Only eight members of the 49-member Democratic caucus voted to support Maldonado.
BUSINESS
September 28, 2010 | By Marc Lifsher, Los Angeles Times
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday vetoed a pair of bills aimed at curbing theft by employers of wages paid to hourly workers. The most controversial of the two measures, backed by the California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, would have created a new misdemeanor crime for employers that willfully fail to pay all wages within 90 days after a worker leaves. A second bill would have increased the maximum amount of damages that a worker could be awarded in a wage-related legal dispute or state enforcement action.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 2010 | By Rong-Gong Lin II, Los Angeles Times
Next fall, seventh-through12th-grade students in California will be required under a new state law to get a whooping cough booster shot before starting school, health officials said this week. Before Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Assembly Bill 354 last week, California had been one of only 11 states that did not require middle school students to get a booster shot against whooping cough, or pertussis. The legislation had been stalled for several years amid concerns that California would have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for vaccinations for children on Medi-Cal, the government insurance program for the poor.
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