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Video: Janice Hahn on Education, Immigration and the L.A. Times

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    NewsConference: Democratic Candidate for Lt. Gov. Janice Hahn, May 22, 2010

    L.A. City Councilwoman Janice Hahn is a Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor. She is the daughter of a legendary L.A. political leader,Kenny Hahn, and sister of a former L.A mayor Jim Hahn. And she's become a well-respected leader in her own right: She's been a member of the City Council since 2001.

    In an interview with Conan Nolan, she discusses education, immigration, the Lieutenant Governor's race -- and she explains why she's canceling her subscription to the Los Angeles Times.

    NewsConference: Conan Nolan Interviews Janice Hahn, Democratic Candidate for Lt. Governor

    [LA] NewsConference: Conan Nolan Interviews Janice Hahn, Democratic Candidate for Lt. Governor
    L.A. City Councilwoman Janice Hahn is the Democratic Candidate for Lieutenant Governor. She is the daughter of a legendary L.A. political leader--Kenny Hahn--and sister of a former L.A. mayor--James Hahn. Janice Hahn is attempting something neither has achieved--state wide office. In this segment she talks about her race against San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom. She explains why she is a better candidate. She talks about the controversial Arizona Boycott, and how she felt when Newsom jumped into the Lt. Governor race after dropping out the Governor's race.