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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Bonnie Lowenthal
San Diego is only about 100 miles from Long Beach, and the cities resemble each other in many ways.
Two female California state lawmakers have condemned Oscar host Seth MacFarlane's comments during Sunday's awards presentation as degrading toward women and asked the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to use better judgment in the future.
Lowenthal told the Los Angeles Times Wednesday that "everyone makes mistakes" and she'd approved a nighttime picture of the correct skyline.