Actor Rob Lowe, pictured here on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in December, says that Board of Equalization member Jerome Horton made anti-Semitic remarks during a private meeting last summer.
Actor Rob Lowe, pictured here on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in December, says that Board of Equalization member Jerome Horton made anti-Semitic remarks during a private meeting last summer. Chris Pizzello The Associated Press
Actor Rob Lowe, pictured here on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in December, says that Board of Equalization member Jerome Horton made anti-Semitic remarks during a private meeting last summer. Chris Pizzello The Associated Press

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Does Rob Lowe case hurt California state workers?

March 08, 2016 03:58 PM

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