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California Democrats resisted a child trafficking bill -- until they couldn't

Original post made on Jul 15, 2023

A backlash swiftly took shape on social media after the bill failed in a committee vote that included one legislator representing the Tri-Valley. Soon the bill began collecting new, high-profile allies...

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Posted by MichaelB
a resident of Pleasanton Meadows
on Jul 15, 2023 at 2:45 pm

MichaelB is a registered user.

""On Tuesday, I made a bad decision," Assemblymember Liz Ortega, a Democrat from Hayward whose district includes part of western Pleasanton and Dublin, wrote Thursday on Twitter. "Voting against legislation targeting really bad people who traffic children was wrong.""

Not a "bad" decision. A predictable one. Yet another "progressive" politician that is more concerned about "fairness" and "social justice" for the offenders vs. consequences for criminal activity and keeping residents of the community safe.

Voters only have to make one decision during the next election cycle - and it's a better one. Choose someone else. Start putting an end to the one-party/left wing rule in this state where criminals do as they wish/have no fear of punishment while residents wonder when they will be the next victims.

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