Around California

Flores, G. Stuart
March 2005
Bay Area Reporter;3/3/2005, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p9
Reports on news and developments concerning politics, of interest to the gay community in San Francisco, California. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's threat to call a special election; Assemblyman Mark Leno's introduction of AB1237 that would ban civilians from buying Tasers and require law enforcement officers to write reports each time the stun guns are used.


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