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Bob Hertzberg's suggestion to break up the L.A. Unified School District is more of an idea than a plan, since even the candidate admits there won't be any specifics unless he's elected and appoints a task force to look into it. Nonetheless, today at 3:30 in Santa Monica, Hertzberg is meeting with Gov. Schwarzenegger to "discuss the plan." From the press summons:

The meeting is closed to reporters. Cameras will have access to the meeting for still photographs and file footage/b-roll. Following the meeting, Hertzberg will be available for questions and comment outside of the building.

Oh and remember, the Gov says he isn't endorsing anybody in the race. Hertzberg today also cancelled a press screening of his new TV commercial.

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