Assemblyman Jose Solorio may have doomed Orange County to yet another bankruptcy. A vote he cast last year has now cost the County of Orange $48 million in revenue – and we aren’t getting that back.
Solorio was one of only two Orange County lawmakers to vote for the initial bill that took the $48 million from the county in the first place in June. The other lawmaker was Assemblyman Tony Mendoza, whose district only includes a sliver of Buena Park, according to the O.C. Register. Continue reading