The Capitol annex was built when Earl Warren was governor in 1951. Lawmakers are deciding whether to renovate or rebuild the 65-year-old annex, whose problems range from lack of space to inadequate ventilation.
The Capitol annex was built when Earl Warren was governor in 1951. Lawmakers are deciding whether to renovate or rebuild the 65-year-old annex, whose problems range from lack of space to inadequate ventilation. Sacramento Bee file
The Capitol annex was built when Earl Warren was governor in 1951. Lawmakers are deciding whether to renovate or rebuild the 65-year-old annex, whose problems range from lack of space to inadequate ventilation. Sacramento Bee file
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Should California renovate part of the Capitol – or tear it down?

July 06, 2017 6:00 AM

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