Sen. Steven Glazer, center, the only Democrat in the Senate to vote against a $52 billion gasoline tax increase road repair deal in April, announced Friday that he is resigning his post as chair of the Senate Governmental Organization Committee at the request of President Pro Tem Kevin de León, right. Also pictured with Glazer and de León in 2015 is Daniel Alvarez, secretary of the Senate, left.
Sen. Steven Glazer, center, the only Democrat in the Senate to vote against a $52 billion gasoline tax increase road repair deal in April, announced Friday that he is resigning his post as chair of the Senate Governmental Organization Committee at the request of President Pro Tem Kevin de León, right. Also pictured with Glazer and de León in 2015 is Daniel Alvarez, secretary of the Senate, left. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
Sen. Steven Glazer, center, the only Democrat in the Senate to vote against a $52 billion gasoline tax increase road repair deal in April, announced Friday that he is resigning his post as chair of the Senate Governmental Organization Committee at the request of President Pro Tem Kevin de León, right. Also pictured with Glazer and de León in 2015 is Daniel Alvarez, secretary of the Senate, left. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
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