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14 01 2008

San Francisco Chronicle published an article on January 13, 2008; Governor’s budget aims to curb spending mandates by Tom Chorneau. The article mentioned a few things that we all should be aware of. It is about Jack O’Connell stance on how our governors are going in wrong directions by cutting budgets in the education arena. Later in the article, there were suggestions for us to contact variety governors in our state to express our opinions on cutting the education budget. I strongly suggest us to contact different governors and make them listen to our concerns than weighting our issues on a person, Jack O’Connell.

Excerpt from Governor’s budget aims to curb spending mandates

To comment on the governor’s proposed budget, contact:

— Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger: Sacramento office (916) 445-2841; San Francisco office (415) 703-2218; e-mail from the governor’s Web site at gov.ca.gov.

— Assembly Speaker Fabian Núñez, D-Los Angeles: Sacramento office (916) 319-2046; e-mail speaker.nunez@assem bly.ca.gov.

— Senate President Pro Tem Don Perata, D-Oakland: Sacramento office (916) 651-4009; district office (510) 286-1333; e-mail senator.perata@sen.ca.gov.

— Senate Republican leader Dick Ackerman of Irvine (Orange County): Sacramento office (916) 651-4033; e-mail senator.ack erman@sen.ca.gov.

— Assembly Republican leader Mike Villines of Clovis (Fresno County): Sacramento office (916) 319-2029; e-mail assem blymember.villines@assembly.ca.gov.

 

shared by Jason Kulchinsky, parent and community member

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