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Shannon Grove Hosts Jaz McKay Radio Show KNZR 1560, Wednesday September 6th, Noon-3pm

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Shannon Grove speaking at The Real Resistance Conference presented by Tea Party California Caucus

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Support Shannon Grove for State Senate with the Bakersfield Association of Realtors, June 28th

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Shannon Grove speaking at California Business & Industrial Alliance, May 30th

 

 

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Support Shannon Grove for State Senate with Special Guest Senator Rick Santorum at Madorom Winery

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Support Shannon Grove for State Senate with Special Guest Rick Santorum

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Come and Support Shannon Grove, Republican for State Senate

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Opposition to SB 1146 is growing!

"This bill would prevent religious schools that receive state funding from performing actions that California deems “discriminatory” on the basis of religion.

This would include things like requiring students to take certain theology or religious studies courses, requiring students to attend chapel, having corporate prayer in convocations or classes, mandating student moral conduct codes based in the school’s religious doctrine, and integrating religious faith throughout the school’s non-theological curriculum."

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When seconds count, the police are only minutes away!

Democrats in Sacramento don’t care about protecting our God given rights to self-defense, as evidenced by the anti-firearms bills they approved in the Assembly this week. They would rather have us dependent on the government for protection. But I would rather have a Glock in my hand, than 911 on the phone.

On June 1, the state Assembly leadership used a procedural move called “without reference to file” to move four anti-gun bills, AB 1664, AB 1673, AB 1674 and AB 1695, from the second reading file to the third reading file. This move allowed final Assembly consideration without notice to the public of their eligibility for a vote. The result was the passage of these four bills along with AB 2607, which already appeared on the third reading calendar. 
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Prominent ag columnist calls ALRB dishonest, cheating, & bordering on ‘criminal misrepresentation’

“For anybody with the integrity to view the circumstances honestly the status of California’s Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB) is truly astounding in its embrace of dishonesty, partiality and cheating,” Don Curlee wrote in the Agricultural Action Committee’s newsletter, Ag Accent.

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