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Don't Mess with the 42nd District

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Maybe local politicians aren't so boring after all. The Daily News says that US Congressman Gary Miller of the 42nd District -- which covers Diamond Bar, Whittier, La Habra Heights and Rowland Heights in LA County -- got into a shoving match with a CNN cameraman. Apparently after being manhandled by the cameraman, who must've wanted a better shot of Arnold, Miller pushed back saying, "do it again, push me again."

Too bad Gary Miller spends more time in DC than locally. We just don't see the Mayoral race coming to fisticuffs.

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