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Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed former Sacramento City Councilwoman Lauren Hammond to a six-figure job on the state Gambling Control Commission.

Hammond, a Democrat who served on the city council from 1997 until last year, will earn $128,109 a year on the commission, which regulates tribal casinos, card rooms and remote caller bingo operations.

Hammond, 55, worked as a consultant in the state Senate from 1981 to 2004. The new position requires confirmation by the Senate.



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