- University of Nevada, RenoJournalism, 1989
- Oakridge High School, Oakridge, Oregon1976 - 1980
- Building Industry Association of the Bay AreaEast Bay Executive Director for Governmental Affairs, 2014 - present
- Contra Costa Times/Bay Area News Grouppolitics and government reporter/columnist, 1996 - 2014
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California 2014-2015 budget: Sen. Mark DeSaulnier's reaction
“Governor Brown's proposed budget is a responsible, prudent plan for California. His proposal wisely uses our surplus to tackle our debt, re
California 2014-2015 budget: Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla's reaction
“The Governor's budget proposal devotes special attention to helping schools transition to the new Smarter Balanced Assessments by designati
California 2014-15 budget: Assemblyman Jim Frazier's statement
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S.F. airport offers therapy dogs for weary travelers
Weary travelers at San Francisco International Airport can now while away time at the terminal by cavorting with black Labs, Saint Bernards,
Bakery family hailed by Obama enjoys sweet success
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With the death of journalist Mike Taugher, California lost a principled voice in support of environmental protection and open government.
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Traffic on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge...
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Bay Bridge contractor in line for bonus if new span opens on time
The contractor building the Bay Bridges iconic suspension span will collect a $20 million bonus if it opens to traffic as planned on Sept.
Left Coast Lifter set to leave Bay Area after Bay Bridge work
Huge crane barge Left Coast Lifter will help build the Tappan Zee Bridge over the Hudson River. But will New Yorkers embrace its well-earned
New Bay Bridge would be safe after quake but not unscathed
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Election 2012: More than 800,000 Bay Area residents have already voted -...
Election Day may be just hours away, but more than 800,000 Bay Area voters wont be showing up at the polls Tuesday: They have already voted