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Common Cause California Letter Concerning Public Utilities Commission Employee Regulations

January 24, 2012

This Common Cause California letter begins, 'Dear Senator Yee, On behalf of California Common Cause and our 400,000 national members, please accept this letter of support for Senate Bill 981, which shuts the revolving door between the Public Utilities Commission and utility companies, which are subject to its regulatory authority, for two years.'

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Activist Kit

An activist kit for interested advocates in California


Recent accomplishments by Common Cause California's Sacramento Media Group

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Kathay Feng

Executive Director, California Common Cause & National Redistricting Director, Common Cause, State Staff

Kathay Feng is Executive Director of California Common Cause and National Redistricting Director.

Nicolas Heidorn

Policy and Legislation Counsel, State Staff

Nicolas Heidorn is California Common Cause's Policy and Legislation Counsel, based in the Sacramento office.

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