Democratic Rep. Ami Bera is being accused of plagiarizing a business group and the Obama administration for a column about trade that ran under the Elk Grove congressman’s byline in The Sacramento Bee on Sunday. Here, Bera votes at Foulks Ranch Elementary School in Elk Grove in 2012.
Democratic Rep. Ami Bera is being accused of plagiarizing a business group and the Obama administration for a column about trade that ran under the Elk Grove congressman’s byline in The Sacramento Bee on Sunday. Here, Bera votes at Foulks Ranch Elementary School in Elk Grove in 2012. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file
Democratic Rep. Ami Bera is being accused of plagiarizing a business group and the Obama administration for a column about trade that ran under the Elk Grove congressman’s byline in The Sacramento Bee on Sunday. Here, Bera votes at Foulks Ranch Elementary School in Elk Grove in 2012. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file
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Ami Bera admits Bee op-ed on trade included ‘widely used’ statements

May 05, 2015 06:40 PM

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