Workers in the Capitol speak a language all their own. With a little help from our legislative glossary, even political novices will be able to figure out what lawmakers, aides and lobbyists are talking about.
Workers in the Capitol speak a language all their own. With a little help from our legislative glossary, even political novices will be able to figure out what lawmakers, aides and lobbyists are talking about. Brian Baer Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Workers in the Capitol speak a language all their own. With a little help from our legislative glossary, even political novices will be able to figure out what lawmakers, aides and lobbyists are talking about. Brian Baer Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
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How to speak like a Capitol insider

August 16, 2015 05:01 PM

UPDATED August 17, 2015 03:14 PM

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