Saturday, December 3, 2022

Longtime Insiders Comment on Interplay of Politics, Policy in Sacramento

CalChamber President and CEO Allan  Zaremberg (right) moderates a lively discussion with Rob Stutzman, founder/president of Stutzman Public Affairs, and Robin Swanson, principal of Swanson Communications, at the Capitol Summit on May 27. Topics include taxes, the 2016 elections, top-two primary and the two-party system. photo by Steve Yeater
CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg (right) moderates a lively discussion with Rob Stutzman, founder/president of Stutzman Public Affairs, and Robin Swanson, principal of Swanson Communications, at the Capitol Summit on May 27. Topics include taxes, the 2016 elections, top-two primary and the two-party system. Photo by Steve Yeater

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