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    Protesters Against Immigration Reform Amnesty To Demonstrate In Valencia

    Protesters against immigration reform amnesty and border surge are set to demonstrate in several hundred cities across the United States, including Santa Clarita, according to a news release.

    Santa Clarita City Council Race '14: Deadline For Voter Registration Is Monday

    The deadline to register for the April 8 Santa Clarita City Council race is Monday, March 24, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder's Office

    Jim Keysor, 1970's Santa Clarita Valley Assemblyman, Dies At 86

    James B. Keysor Jr., who represented parts of the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys in the state Assembly from 1970 to 1978, has died. He was 86.

    25th Congressional District Race 2014 Candidate Profile: Evan Thomas

    Evan Thomas, a self-described newcomer to the political spectrum, is seeking Buck McKeon's spot in the 25th Congressional District seat for the House of Representatives

    McKeon Expresses Optimism About End To Government Shutdown

    Congressman Buck McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, said he was 75 percent confident that the government would reopen by Monday. An agreement, which could possibly involve a five week extension of the debt ceiling, would have to be reached in the House and Senate.

    Local Veteran Boycotting Jane Fonda As Nancy Reagan Gains National Support

    Canyon Country Navy veteran Larry Reyes has gained national support for his boycott of Lee Daniels' film "The Butler," which casts Jane Fonda as Nancy Reagan. "The Butler" tells the story of a White House butler who served under eight presidents.

    Assemblymember Fox Of Palmdale Addresses Assembly Bill 93

    Assemblymember Steve Fox (D-Palmdale) discussed Assembly Bill 93 in this week's Democratic Radio Address.

    Steve Knight's Gun Rights Resolution Defeated in Senate

    A resolution introduced by state Senator Steve Knight on June 8 to recognize the 5-year anniversary of a historic gun rights Supreme Court case, was struck down in the Senate after it failed to get a majority vote.