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Lodi-area senators Dave Cox, Lois Wolk admit to gifts; Tom Berryhill case pending

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Posted: Wednesday, February 3, 2010 12:00 am

Here is the list of California lawmakers who have acknowledged they failed to report gifts, all in 2008. Seven other lawmakers, listed at the end, have outstanding cases with the commission:

A state senator representing Galt, Dave Cox, R-Fair Oaks, is on the list along with Sen. Lois Wolk, D-Davis, who represents parts of Stockton and the Delta.

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  • posted at 7:20 am on Wed, Feb 3, 2010.


    dogs, we can agree that for hiding a grunty $50 contribution just to conceal the contributors' name would make me want to investigate further and want to know how much they received in $$$$$ cash perks from these same contributors they seem to have forgotten gave them anything at all.

  • posted at 6:12 am on Wed, Feb 3, 2010.


    preureon your correct concerning Wine & Roses, evidently down town doesn`t offer what is needed. Indian Tribes and their money grabbing lobbyists are like most football, basketball and baseball players, all over paid.Agree that every person on the list should be looked at by the ethics commission, if one can be found.

  • posted at 5:45 am on Wed, Feb 3, 2010.


    I don't think that it was the amount of the contributions but the contributors who gave them their perks.All those contributions are from the wealthy, money throwing large corporate lobbyists. What bothers me is the many contributions from the Pechanga Indian Tribe. Doesn't this revolve around the issue of gambling and casinos? Each and every person on this list should be looke at thoroughly by the ethics commission. Hiding such paltry amounts of contributions to conceal the high powered entities that gave them raises a red flag. I certainly wasn't surprrised to see the Wine$Roses mentioned. They need to stop loading that pandering to places like this whose rates and services are highly overpriced and depend on lobbyists and the city of Lodi for the bigger part of their business.

  • posted at 5:08 am on Wed, Feb 3, 2010.


    I wonder if the fine was $5000.00 for each infraction that so many would easily not report it and take the fine?



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