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Patrick McGreevy

Patrick McGreevy covers the California Legislature out of the Sacramento bureau. Since joining the Los Angeles Times in 1998, he has worked in the City Hall and San Fernando Valley bureaus, writing about subjects including Valley secession, LAPD reform and city government during the administrations of Mayors Richard Riordan, James Hahn and Antonio Villaraigosa. He is a native of San Diego and a graduate of San Jose State University.
GOP candidate for governor John Cox spars with Democrats over repeal of gas-tax increase

Foes and supporters of the state’s increased gas tax clashed at the Capitol on Monday, with Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox saying he wants to repeal the new charge because it has become a burden on working Californians straining to fuel their cars.

John Cox, endorsed for California governor by Trump, says he opposes separating immigrant parents from children

John Cox, the Republican candidate for governor, said Monday that opposes the separation of immigrant parents from their children while seeking asylum and called the problems at the U.S.-Mexican border “horrendous” and in need of Congressional attention.

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