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Topic - Jessica Levinson
A Humane Society lobbyist is coming under scrutiny for her close relationship with a member of California Gov. Jerry Brown's inner circle: his dog Sutter.
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Jessica Levinson, associate professor at Loyola University Law School in Los Angeles, told the San Francisco Chronicle that Ms. Fearing is "a powerful person who wants something from the government."
Her access to 10-year-old Sutter's leash means that "she has access to Gov. Brown," Ms. Levinson said. "There are a variety of ways to exercise influence."