Governor Urges Legislators to Take Action
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger insisted on Wednesday that 2005 must be the year for fundamental change in state government.
Wednesday, January 26, 2005
Speaking to the Sacramento Press Club, Schwarzenegger accused the Democratic-dominated legislature of just “hanging” rather than taking action, action, action. The governor said that unless lawmakers act fast, he’ll push hard for a special election on budget reform and redistricting. CUT: Arnold10 :10 Democratic Assembly Floor Leader Dario Frommer was in the audience. He said legislators still haven’t even received many of the governor’s reform proposals. CUT: Frommer06 :06 Frommer said many voters now see Schwarzenegger as an enemy of education and an ally of the rich, and will not support his positions if there is a special election. SOC