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For anyone interested in Ca Politics, or interested in new, innovative, or wacky ways legislators address problems, I have for you the most important Twitter feed in the Twitter-sphere: @SacSloth

Follow me and you'll be rewarded with interesting tweets and commentary on the progressive ways law makers in Ca are addressing problems. I also call out the not so progressive laws, the regressive laws, and the ridiculous laws, that seep into the public sphere here in Ca.  

Here is a sample of my tweets:

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There's a lot more where these tweets came from! I someone wants more info on a particular bill, I can link to the bill for your reading pleasure. Also when a bill hits committee I can link to the analysis, and if televised, I can link to the California Channel, your free internet source for live viewing of hearings and floor events.

I haven't yet, but I also plan to diary here on bills that the community might find interesting.

Thanks to all who've already started following me based on my last post. I look forward to more followers.

If you want to know a little more about me please see my first post here.

Originally posted to @SacSloth on Fri Feb 07, 2014 at 09:29 AM PST.

Also republished by California politics.

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