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A female member of a legislative assembly:‘a state assemblywoman and lead sponsor of the bill’
- ‘After-hours calls to the assemblywoman's offices in the Bronx and Albany were not immediately returned.’
- ‘A Democratic assemblywoman peered 400 years back into history to King James I.’
- ‘She is set to collect government pensions from two jobs, as an assemblywoman and as a department head at a county-run hospital.’
- ‘A retired Democratic assemblywoman runs the committee that organizes the shelter, where she has been a volunteer since 1986.’
- ‘A state assemblywoman has defended it, saying the plan is a way to reduce the federal deficit.’
- ‘Last weekend I talked to the assemblywoman behind the proposed law.’
- ‘The Long Island state assemblywoman complained, 'I don't know where we're going to find it without raising taxes.'’
- ‘In a few weeks, one of them will be sworn in as an assemblywoman representing Flushing, making her the first Asian-American woman to be elected to the State Legislature.’
- ‘The money also paid for summer interns for both officials and flooring for the assemblywoman's district office, authorities said.’
- ‘'Climate changes resulting from auto emissions have already had a dramatic impact on the environment of this state,' says the state assemblywoman who authored the bill seeking the CO 2 curbs.’
- ‘I want to bring in the assemblywoman right now because you're part of this panel investigating Bridgegate.’
- ‘A state assemblywoman who represents parts of Northern Westchester and Putnam County was host to a forum on this topic at Cortlandt Town Hall here.’
- ‘Every year since 2005, Margaret M. Markey, a New York State assemblywoman, has introduced a bill to extend the statute of limitations for five more years, a modest increase.’
- ‘A bill was recently proposed by a California state assemblywoman banning the use of Indian logos and mascots in public institutions.’
- ‘A local Assemblywoman was quoted as saying, 'We're going through some extraordinary times.'’
- ‘She's a little-known assemblywoman from the northern part of Nevada.’
- ‘The judge delivered the sentence to a courtroom filled with the former assemblywoman's supporters.’
- ‘After her election as a state assemblywoman in California in 1982, Gloria Molina was voted into the Los Angeles City Council in 1987.’
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