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November 28, 2014 6:07 PM

A junior class of legislators for Sacramento region

Incoming Assemblymen Kevin McCarty and Jim Cooper and newly elected state Sen. Richard Pan will have their work cut out, as Sacramento competes for its share of funding with Southern California and the Bay Area.

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