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Senate: Bolded members are in critical need of hearing from you
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ROTH: RIVERSIDE (916) 651-4031 / (951) 680-6750
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PAN: SACRAMENTO (916) 651-4006 / (916) 262-2904
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GLAZER: CONTRA COSTA (916) 651-4007 / (925) 942-6082
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MCGUIRE: DEL NORTE, HUMBOLT, MENDOCINO, SONOMA (916) 651-4002 / (707)-576-2771
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LEYVA: LOS ANGELES, SAN BERNARDINO (916) 651-4020 / (909) 591-7016
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WOLK: NAPA (916) 651-4003 / (707) 454-3808
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GALGIANI: STANISLAUS, SAN JOAQUIN (916) 651-4005 / (209) 576-6273
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HUESO: SAN DIEGO (916) 651-4040 / (760) 335-3442
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Assembly: Bolded members are in critical need of hearing from you
Many of these Legislators voted WITH the dairy industry and against the original bill –we want to HOLD their votes!

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BROWN: SAN BERNARDINO (916) 319-2047 / (909) 381-3238
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GRAY: MERCED, STANISLAUS (916) 319-2021 / (209) 521-2111
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SALAS: KINGS, KERN (916) 319-2032 / (559) 585-7170

*Rudy Salas, despite having one of the largest dairy districts in the state–voted in FAVOR of the bill, after telling the industry he was with us.
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LEVINE: SONOMA, MARIN (916) 319-2010 / (707) 576-2631
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IRWIN: VENTURA (916) 319-2044 / (805)483-4488
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DABABNEH: LOS ANGELES (916) 319-2045 / (818) 904-3840
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LINDER: RIVERSIDE (916) 319-2060 / (951) 371-6860
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WOOD: MARIN, HUMBOLDT, DEL NORTE (916) 319-2002 / (707) 576-2526 / (707) 463-5770
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DALY: ORANGE (916) 319-2069 / (714) 939-8469
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EGGMAN: SAN JOAQUIN (916) 319-2013 / (209) 948-7479
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COOLEY: SACRAMENTO (916) 319-2008 / (916) 464-1910
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FRAZIER: CONTRA COSTA (916) 319-2011 / (707) 399-3011
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COOPER: SACRAMENTO (916) 319-2009 / (916) 670-7888
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LOW: SANTA CLARA (916) 319-2028 / (408) 446-2810
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QUIRK: ALAMEDA (916) 319-2020 / (510) 583-8818
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NAZARIAN: LOS ANGELES (916) 319-2046/ (818) 376-4246
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DODD: NAPA (916) 319-2004 / (707) 576-0400
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BLOOM: LOS ANGELES (916) 319-2050 / (310) 450-0041
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The third annual strip-till dairy coach tour hosted by Sustainable Conservation and California Ag Solutions will be held Wednesday, July 15 from 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The half-day tour, which begins at the Hilmar Cheese Visitor Center, will include stops at multiple Merced County dairy farms that have adopted conservation and water efficiency practices. Tour participants will see first-hand technologies and practices, including strip-till, drip irrigation, center pivot irrigation technologies, in addition to dairies utilizing liquid manure instead of synthetic fertilizers to grow forage crops. The tour will also give participants a chance to have one-on-one discussions with dairy producers, agronomists, and irrigation specialists. Participants will also have a chance to examine strip-till equipment on display and learn about a strip-till equipment rental program. The day will conclude with a complementary luncheon and wrap-up at the Hilmar Cheese Visitor Center. The tour route and stops will be provided in the coming weeks.Please RSVP by Friday, July 10th to secure a seat on the bus. Contact Ladi Asgill, Sustainable Conservation, (209) 604-6554,    lasgill@suscon.orgor Denise Romero, California Ag. Solutions, (559) 674-3276, denise@calagsolutions.com.

June 15, 2015 Sustainable Conservation


Republicans captured total control of Congress on Tuesday, riding a wave of voter discontent to take the Senate for the first time in eight years and expand its majority in the House, according to NBC News projections. The vote will recalibrate the balance of power for President Barack Obama’s final two years in office as attention begins to turn to who will succeed him. NBC News projections showed Republicans picking up Senate seats held by Democrats in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Montana, North Carolina, South Dakota and West Virginia — one more than the six they needed to take the chamber.

In the House, Republicans were projected to finish the night with an advantage of 246-189, plus or minus six seats, well ahead of their current edge of 233-199. <click here for more>

Nov. 4, 2014 NBC news