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February 13, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Assembly Republicans heard Wednesday from Assemblyman Steve Samuelian (R-Clovis), but did not ask for the resignation of the lawmaker against whom Fresno police have recommended a loitering charge. Police stopped Samuelian on Feb. 1 for cruising a motel-lined Fresno street known for prostitution. Samuelian told officers he got lost trying to find the local farm bureau.
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February 13, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Assembly Republicans heard Wednesday from Assemblyman Steve Samuelian (R-Clovis), but did not ask for the resignation of the lawmaker against whom Fresno police have recommended a loitering charge. Police stopped Samuelian on Feb. 1 for cruising a motel-lined Fresno street known for prostitution. Samuelian told officers he got lost trying to find the local farm bureau.
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December 5, 2003 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Just months after a second run-in with police over allegations of soliciting prostitution, Republican Assemblyman Steve Samuelian said that he would not run for reelection next year. Observers said the young politician's popularity had been waning after he was caught twice by police in an area of Fresno frequented by prostitutes.
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February 21, 2003 | From Associated Press
No charges will be filed against a Clovis assemblyman suspected of trying to solicit a prostitute because of insufficient evidence, the city attorney's office said Thursday. Fresno police recommended that Steve Samuelian be charged with loitering for the purpose of soliciting an act of prostitution after stopping him in a state-leased vehicle on Feb. 1. Samuelian allegedly was following a woman in an area known for street prostitution.
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January 14, 2004 | Nancy Vogel, Times Staff Writer
Two bills aimed at curbing conflicts of interest between politicians and lobbyists who also work for them as campaign consultants cleared an Assembly committee Tuesday. The bills were introduced in July as a result of a Capitol hallway outburst by Richie Ross, one of the few people in Sacramento who works as both a political consultant and a registered lobbyist.
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February 11, 2003 | Mark Arax, Times Staff Writer
It seemed like a minor misdeed at the time, at least in the eyes of many San Joaquin Valley voters reeling from the affairs of then-Rep. Gary A. Condit (D-Ceres). Two years ago, in the buildup to a race for state Assembly, Republican candidate Steve Samuelian admitted to a rather embarrassing fall from grace.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 2003 | Patt Morrison, Times Staff Writer
Constituents have called to say they think it stinks, but state Sen. Don Perata believes that when California babies grow up, they'll thank their forebears for taxing disposable diapers to keep them out of landfills.
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April 21, 2003 | Patt Morrison, Times Staff Writer
Two million and counting -- and gloating. Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer has some cool $2 million banked for her reelection campaign next year -- a number that sounds big but is leaving Republicans gleeful that "Bill and Hillary can't bail her out this time." Why, Sen. Harry Reid, the Nevada Democrat also running for reelection, already has more than $2 million, and we're talking Nevada.
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September 11, 2003 | Evan Halper and Carl Ingram, Times Staff Writers
California legislators whipped through dozens of bills in an end-of-session frenzy Wednesday, ultimately passing measures that would crack down on Central Valley air pollution, require cleaner bathrooms in public schools and move the state a step closer to taxing sales over the Internet. Republicans continued to voice frustration at the fast pace in which legislation breezed through both houses, which Democrats dominate. Some accused Democrats of trying to take advantage of a vulnerable Gov.
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March 7, 2002
GOVERNOR How California Voted 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Democrat Gray Davis (1): 1,589,113 (81%) Anselmo A. Chavez: 164,177 (8%) Charles Pineda Jr.: 127,085 (6%) Mosemarie Boyd: 87,237 (4%) Republican Bill Simon: 1,012,428 (49%) Richard J.
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