Having researched this bill prior, and receiving a notice, the vote on this bill is at the end of the week, I was urged to call my state rep. i first checked to see if Doug La Malfa had received campaign contributions from the Telecom industry and Cable companies. I discovered he had received more than $4000, and called his office. I spoke to Matt, and asked if having received this money would compremise La Malfa's vote, since it will greatly benefit these entities. I was told I would have to call the campaign group, to ask this question. I clearified, I was not asking for donor information or amounts, just wanted to know if there was a conflict of interest here, on a bill written by members of my state government, that had taken large amount of money from Cable/Phone companies. Matt would not answer my question. I told him this looks like a large conflict of interest. The bill adversely effect consumers and would cause the regulatory agencies to be impotent. Matt would not discuss the issue.

I guess we know where this is going...

Pissed off, & 99%

Linda Miller

530-547-4348

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