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assemblyman

Politics a member of an assembly, esp a legislature
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AB 1850, by Assemblyman Dennis Mountjoy, R-Monrovia, prohibits riding in the trunk of a car or allowing someone to ride in the trunk.
According to the company, the assemblyman joined Shimada Kensetsu's affiliate in April 1984 and was transferred to Shimada Kensetsu in April 1988.
I have always been active in politics, ever since I was a little kid--either as a volunteer, donor or letter writer and I felt that this was an area where I could make a useful contribution," says the freshman assemblyman.
Dan Wieneke, President, TechCity Properties, said, "TechCity is very pleased to have the encouragement and support for our growth from Assemblyman Cahill, Congressman Hinchey, TSEC, NYSERDA, the Empire State Development Corporation and Ulster County.
Former Assemblyman Tom McClintock indicated last week he has no intention of riding off into the sunset despite losing the race for lieutenant governor in November.
California State Assemblyman Chuck DeVore is running for the United States Senate in 2010 against Barbara Boxer.
She will have more responsibility for Rowan and her other son, 3-year-old Gavin, with dad and newly elected state Assemblyman Cameron Smyth gone much of the time.
Quintero would make a solid replacement for the district's outgoing assemblyman, Darrio Frommer.
She stated that it was crucial to obtain bipartisan support for bill S279, which was sponsored by Assemblyman Kruger earlier this year.
At a time when California has billions of dollars in debt, the last thing our state should be doing is increasing healthcare entitlements for illegal immigrants," explained Assemblyman DeVore.
Design-build: AB 2025, by Assemblyman Roger Niello, R-Sacramento, would allow a controversial construction method called design-build to be used on state transportation projects.