Meet California Assembly Minority Leader James Gallagher
By Daniela Pardo and Jackson Ellison Sacramento
PUBLISHED 2:25 PM PT Sep. 30, 2022
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California Assemblyman James Gallagher, R-Yuba City, prides himself on representing the rural area of California his family has called home since the 1860s. A sixth-generation Californian, Gallagher grew up working on his family’s rice farm.
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James Gallagher is a sixth-generation Californian, grew up working on his family's rice farm
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