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    Governor Connects the Dots Between Jobs and the State Budget

    By netboots, on Jan 7, 2010

    [Source: California Republican Party News]

    In his final push toward an improved fiscal legacy, Governor Schwarzenegger has boldly drawn the connection between creating a job-friendly state and solving California's long-term financial crisis in his 2010-2011 budget proposal.<br /><br />The Governor and Republicans understand that the quickest and most efficient way to close the estimated $20 billion shortfall is to eliminate the job-killing policies that have plagued our state, while at the same time reforming the bloated pension system and redefining the relationship between Washington and Sacramento.<br /><br />The Governor's budget plan is a positive step forward that all Republicans can embrace.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.flashreport.org/featured-columns-library0b.php?faID=2010010815305350">Complete article on the Flashreport</a><div class="blogger-post-footer"><img width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/4415342305243133312-6373213081914411872?l=blog.cagop.org' alt='' /></div>

    Governor Connects the Dots Between Jobs and the State Budget

    By netboots, on Jan 7, 2010

    [Source: California Republican Party News]

    In his final push toward an improved fiscal legacy, Governor Schwarzenegger has boldly drawn the connection between creating a job-friendly state and solving California's long-term financial crisis in his 2010-2011 budget proposal.

    The Governor and Republicans understand that the quickest and most efficient way to close the estimated $20 billion shortfall is to eliminate the job-killing policies that have plagued our state, while at the same time reforming the bloated pension system and redefining the relationship between Washington and Sacramento.

    The Governor's budget plan is a positive step forward that all Republicans can embrace.

    Complete article on the Flashreport

    Paul Hegyi: A Solid Republican Leader

    By netboots, on Jan 5, 2010

    [Source: California Republican Party News]

    Republican leader Paul Hegyi is someone I've come to respect over the years as someone who understands both policy and politics, and equally important, someone willing to do the hard day to day work necessary to move the ball down the field. This week Paul ended his campaign for the 10th Assembly District, a seat held (for the moment) by Democrat Alyson Huber. <br /><br />I'm confident Paul will serve in elected office one day. Our party, and our state, need leaders like Paul who are right on the issues, and willing to do the hard work to turn solutions into reality.<div class="blogger-post-footer"><img width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/4415342305243133312-5101687098841121236?l=blog.cagop.org' alt='' /></div>

    Paul Hegyi: A Solid Republican Leader

    By netboots, on Jan 5, 2010

    [Source: California Republican Party News]

    Republican leader Paul Hegyi is someone I've come to respect over the years as someone who understands both policy and politics, and equally important, someone willing to do the hard day to day work necessary to move the ball down the field. This week Paul ended his campaign for the 10th Assembly District, a seat held (for the moment) by Democrat Alyson Huber.

    I'm confident Paul will serve in elected office one day. Our party, and our state, need leaders like Paul who are right on the issues, and willing to do the hard work to turn solutions into reality.

    San Diego's Campaign Finance Law Challenged in Federal Court

    By netboots, on Dec 30, 2009

    [Source: California Republican Party News]

    <span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Times; font-size: medium; -webkit-border-horizontal-spacing: 2px; -webkit-border-vertical-spacing: 2px; "><p class="MsoNormal"><span>Last week, a coalition of plaintiffs asked a federal court to grant a preliminary injunction to keep San Diego from enforcing campaign finance laws that violate the First Amendment. One of the plaintiffs, Phil Thalheimer, wants to be able to spend his own money to announce his run for City Council, yet he is prohibited by the law from so much as mailing a letter that even implies he <em><span>might</span></em> be a candidate. Another plaintiff, Lincoln Club, wants to be able to spend as much of its own money as it wants for independent expenditures-that is, spending that is made totally without any coordination with any candidate, while plaintiff Associated Builders and Contractors PAC wants to be able to spend money it raises from its supporting businesses for independent expenditures. Plaintiff John Nienstedt, meanwhile, wants to be able to give more than $500 to the candidates he supports. And, the Republican Party wants to be able to contribute money to its candidates' campaigns, and make coordinated expenditures on their behalf. Yet, San Diego's laws prohibit each of these plaintiffs from engaging in these activities.</span></p><div><p class="MsoNormal"><span>James Bopp, Jr., lead counsel in the suit, stated, "Each of the challenged laws violates the rights guaranteed to all Americans under the First Amendment. The Supreme Court has made clear that candidates should never be told that they cannot spend their own money to support their campaign. Nor should any political party be told that they cannot support their own candidates. The Supreme Court has said that groups that want to spend money independent of candidates have the right to spend as much as they want. And, the contribution limits of $500 are lower than any the Supreme Court has ever found constitutional. These laws infringe on the rights of all citizens of San Diego."</span></p></div><div><p class="MsoNormal"><span>Mr. Bopp further explained that while the plaintiff organizations tend to be pro-business, if the court declares the law unconstitutional, it will benefit labor as well. Similarly, if the court decides that the Republican Party should be able to contribute to its own candidates, other political parties will be able to, also. Mr. Bopp commented, "This is not a lawsuit that will only benefit conservatives. If the court agrees that these laws are unconstitutional, all San Diego's citizens will be able to exercise their First Amendment rights."</span></p></div></span><div class="blogger-post-footer"><img width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/4415342305243133312-3443605660415419893?l=blog.cagop.org' alt='' /></div>