Then-state Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg introduces a resolution in March 2014 to suspend with pay three senators facing criminal charges. Proposition 50 on the June primary ballot would amend the state constitution to allow legislators to suspend their peers without pay.
Then-state Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg introduces a resolution in March 2014 to suspend with pay three senators facing criminal charges. Proposition 50 on the June primary ballot would amend the state constitution to allow legislators to suspend their peers without pay. Steve Yeater Associated Press file
Then-state Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg introduces a resolution in March 2014 to suspend with pay three senators facing criminal charges. Proposition 50 on the June primary ballot would amend the state constitution to allow legislators to suspend their peers without pay. Steve Yeater Associated Press file

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