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35th District candidates face off on array of issues


September 29, 2004 12:00 AM

NEWS-PRESS STAFF WRITER

State Assembly candidates Pedro Nava and Bob Pohl sparred on issues ranging from mandatory health care for employees to reducing traffic congestion on Highway 101 at a Tuesday night forum.



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