Democrats Maintain Assembly Majority After Recount Changes Nothing The official canvass shows Susan Shelley, a Republican, losing to Democrat Matt Dababneh by 329 votes among nearly 30,000 ballots cast in Southern California Court To Consider California’s DNA Collection Law A federal appeals court appeared ready last year to strike down as an unconstitutional invasion of privacy a controversial California law requiring police to collect DNA samples from every person arrested in the state.
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Democrats Maintain Assembly Majority After Recount Changes Nothing The official canvass shows Susan Shelley, a Republican, losing to Democrat Matt Dababneh by 329 votes among nearly 30,000 ballots cast in Southern California Call Kurtis: How Long Can Companies Backbill You? Bill Jones says he was billed for almost nine years of alarm monitoring service -- a sum of more than $2,300.
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