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Senator Farr answers questions posed by Paul Halvonik, Barbara Pilorget and Ann Germain regarding reapportionment of the California State Senate following a Supreme Court decision and how that would affect Monterey County, representation for rural areas, and Northern California in general.
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Farr, Fred S., 1910-1997; Apportionment (Election law)--California; California. Legislature. Senate
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Farr, Fred S., "Senator Farr Reports, 1964-06-30" (1964). Radio Broadcasts and Other Recordings. 3.