Justin Knighten, a vice president of Lucas Public Affairs, helped launch the conversation series “What’s Possible” in partnership with Sacramento State University’s Hornets Policy and Politics Alumni group, California Forward and the League of California Cities.
Justin Knighten, a vice president of Lucas Public Affairs, helped launch the conversation series “What’s Possible” in partnership with Sacramento State University’s Hornets Policy and Politics Alumni group, California Forward and the League of California Cities. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Justin Knighten, a vice president of Lucas Public Affairs, helped launch the conversation series “What’s Possible” in partnership with Sacramento State University’s Hornets Policy and Politics Alumni group, California Forward and the League of California Cities. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

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