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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Rocky Chavez
A Republican assemblyman is accusing the California Latino Legislative Caucus of discrimination after he says he was denied entry because of his party affiliation.
"It further amplifies the division of this building and we shouldn't be that way. We should look at trying to make the state better," he said.
"I asked to be a part of the Latino Caucus," said Rocky Chavez, a Latino Republican representing the 76th district, a local ABC affiliate reported