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  • Democratic Rep. John Garamendi, right, gestures as he discusses legislation he and Republican Rep. Doug LaMalfa, left, are proposing to study the cost of building a reservoir in the Sites Valley during a news conference near Maxwell, Calif., Wednesday, March 19, 2014.   The proposed measure calls for a federal study of the costs of building a reservoir in a valley about an hour's drive north of Sacramento.  The bill would not guarantee federal funding for the reservoir, which is expected to cost between $2 billion and $3 billion dollars. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

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  • "University of California students can look forward to the same authoritarian management style Secretary Napolitano brought to the Department of Homeland Security, hardly a bastion of free speech and open government," said Rep. Doug LaMalfa, a California Republican. "While I am pleased to see her leave Homeland Security, Napolitano's views are entirely incompatible with the UC system's history of civil liberties and the decision to appoint her is perplexing."

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  • "It's disappointing but we have an intractable White House," said Rep. Doug LaMalfa, R-Calif. "This is a hard deal for us but it's also important that we keep the country operating and the financial markets stable, so this is the thing we have to take until somehow there's a change in attitude in the Senate or the White House or a change of occupancy of the Senate or the White House."

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