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Good morning, we'll likely be short today, as it's the day after budget. We all, whether we drink or not, have a hangover from watching the 17 bills move through the two houses yesterday. I actually woke up at 10am, which is 5 hours later than normal. 

The budget wasn't as late as previous years, but still exhausting. But, we have a budget.

Meanwhile, it's sweltering here in Sacramento. It's already 88 out and on the way to 100. My plans for the Davis Music Fest this weekend are highly in question, with highs forecasted of 104 tomorrow and 108 on Sunday. 

Stay cool, mi familia.

 

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Schumer Asks For All 100 Senators To Meet On Health Care - Politico
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