Some CA politicians actually work with the other party instead of smearing it | Opinion

Assemblyman Juan Alanis, a Modesto Republican, said, “Joining the Problem Solvers Caucus was an easy choice for me. I believe in getting the work done.”

Modeled on a group of the same name at the US Capitol and supported by a nonprofit foundation, the California Problem Solvers Caucus is rather exclusive, its members (12 Democrats, nine Republicans) reflecting less than 18% of the entire state Legislature. Members pledge not to actively work against each other’s bills, fostering trust.

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