Senate members were given small plastic cards with the number for “Sacramento 24 hr transportation.” Featuring a “California State Senate” banner across the top and a picture of the Capitol dome in the background, the card also includes a phone number for the Senate’s Chief Sergeant-at-Arms Debbie Manning, telling members to call her “in an emergency.” Manning's number has been obscured by The Sacramento Bee.
Senate members were given small plastic cards with the number for “Sacramento 24 hr transportation.” Featuring a “California State Senate” banner across the top and a picture of the Capitol dome in the background, the card also includes a phone number for the Senate’s Chief Sergeant-at-Arms Debbie Manning, telling members to call her “in an emergency.” Manning's number has been obscured by The Sacramento Bee.
Senate members were given small plastic cards with the number for “Sacramento 24 hr transportation.” Featuring a “California State Senate” banner across the top and a picture of the Capitol dome in the background, the card also includes a phone number for the Senate’s Chief Sergeant-at-Arms Debbie Manning, telling members to call her “in an emergency.” Manning's number has been obscured by The Sacramento Bee.
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California Senate offers 24-hour rides for lawmakers too drunk to drive

May 29, 2015 06:11 PM