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What Happens When Extremism Becomes Mainstream?

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Dianne Feinstein pleas for GOP votes on drought bill

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Study Finds Tripling Tobacco Tax Would Ignite Smuggling

"Russian & Armenian Organized Crime Groups from Sacramento & Southern California when the Tobacco Tax was increased I think 10 years ago, created a brand new and largely uncontrolled form of smuggling where Ryder or Uhaul Trucks were driven to Indian Reservations in Las Vegas and their is nothing that Ag Inspection in Barstow could do, there is nothing illegal in hauling Cigarettes as long as there is a bill of sale."

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Kings owners set to announce deal with labor unions on downtown arena construction

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Minimum wage bill advances to Senate floor

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 CHP forwards videotaped freeway beating case to district attorney

A California Highway patrolman seen on videotape pummeling a homeless woman along a Los Angeles freeway may face serious criminal charges, the CHP announced Wednesday.Officer Daniel Andrew, who had worked desk duty since the beating of Marlene ... »Read

In this article: Jackie Lacey, water, Maxine Waters
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 Supreme Court puts hold on Virginia same-sex marriages in signal to courts (+video)

The Supreme Court action sends a clear signal to other appeals courts and federal judges across the country that it expects them to issue similar stays in future same-sex marriage cases. »Read

In this article: Same-sex marriage, Paul A. Smith, Paul Smith
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 Southern California lawmakers condemn killing of American journalist James Foley

Federal lawmakers representing the Southland on Wednesday condemned the execution of American freelance journalist James Foley, saying his murder shows the true colors of the al-Qaida offshoot known as the Islamic State that has taken control of ... »Read

In this article: Howard P. Mckeon, Barack Obama, Adam Schiff, Brad Sherman
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 Local leaders discuss challenges, opportunities for those in poverty

Policies that stifle job creation, a lack of financial literacy and missed employment opportunities have conspired to keep many Southern Californians in poverty, a host of experts said Wednesday.Speaking at a 'Fifty Years into the War on Poverty' ... »Read

In this article: Gray Davis, minimum wage
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 LA to settle police-death lawsuit for $5 million

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to pay $5 million to the family of an unarmed, disabled man who was killed by police in a shooting captured on live television.... »Read

In this article: Joe Buscaino, Bernard Parks
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 Epic environmental battle: Plastic bag ban opponents up the ante in Sacramento

Lobbyists have launched an eleventh-hour effort to kill a bill that would make California the first state to outlaw flimsy plastic grocery bags, delaying a key vote and setting up one of the fiercest legislative battles of the year. »Read

In this article: Kevin De Leon, Adam Gray, Ricardo Lara, Frank Molina, Mark Murray, Alex Padilla, Henry Perea, Susan Talamantes Eggman, Leland Yee
Bills: SB 270,
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 California bill would let birth certificates reflect same-sex parents

(Reuters) - Birth certificates in California would be changed to more accurately reflect families in which parents are of the same gender under a bill passed by the legislature on Wednesday. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Jimmy Gomez, Legislature
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 Get Ready for Lots of Advertising: Props 45 and 46 Favored by Likely Voters

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In this article: Field Poll, Dave Jones, Brian Leubitz
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 Don't let oil industry delay clean air rules

Perea, after accepting tens of thousands of dollars in oil industry campaign contributions, is working hand-in-hand with those very same oil interests to advance legislation to exempt the oil industry from California's cap-and-trade program, the ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Henry Perea, Proposition 23
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 The Buzz: Jerry Brown passes bucket challenge to his trusty corgi

At least one of the three people Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson dared to take the Ice Bucket Challenge has declined. Sort of. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Sutter Brown, Mike Gatto, Kevin Johnson, Maria Shriver, water
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 Panel OKs state librarian despite initial concerns

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- The son of a former California Supreme Court justice won approval Wednesday from a state Senate panel as the new state librarian after initial concerns that he had never worked in the field and had no formal training ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, George Deukmejian, Greg Lucas, Donna Lucas, Arnold Schwarzenegger
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 Governor criticizes new-hire pension enhancements

The state pension board on Wednesday approved nearly 100 types of supplemental pay that can be used to boost retirement benefits for newer public employees, one of which drew a strong rebuke from Gov. Jerry Brown. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, CalPERS, Mike Morrell
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 Ruling backs district elections for cities

If you live in a California city that elects its council citywide, rather than by district, a change may be on the way. The state Supreme Court denied review Wednesday of a ruling that requires charter cities to switch to district elections if they ... »Read

In this article: Robert R. Rubin
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 California Board of Equalization hit with $75 million employee lawsuit

Three state workers are suing the Board of Equalization, aiming to build a $75 million class action case that the agency violated its duty to provide a safe workplace and for years concealed serious work site health hazards from employees. The ... »Read

In this article: Board of Equalization, CalPERS
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 Drought debate: Homeowner fined for replacing grass with drought-tolerant plants

A San Ramon homeowner association says it will fine a woman $50 a month until she replants grass in 25 percent of her front yard. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Nora Campos, Lorena Gonzalez, water
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 Jailed Marine's fate; Deal with drunk drivers

On Aug. 26, a luncheon hosted by Gov. and Mrs. Brown is being held honoring President Enrique Pena Nieto of Mexico, while an active United States Marine is being held captive by his government. »Read

In this article: Tim Donnelly, Duncan Hunter
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 Feds Allege Mexican Billionaire Has Long History Of Criminal Activity

Federal prosecutors say a Mexican billionaire at the center of a campaign finance scandal in San Diego has a long history of criminal activity. »Read

In this article: campaign finance, Bonnie Dumanis, Bob Filner, Ravneet Singh, Juan Vargas
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 PG&E CEO Anthony Earley says utility won't be bankrupted by fines from pipeline explosion

PG&E believes it can withstand expected fines of up to $3.6 billion resulting from the fatal 2010 gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno without having to file for bankruptcy, and also was surprised by an obstruction of justice charge in a criminal ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Michael R. Peevey, Mark Toney
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 PG&E's CEO, Anthony Earley, says utility won't be bankrupted by fines from pipeline explosion

PG&E believes it can withstand expected fines of up to $3.6 billion resulting from the fatal 2010 gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno without having to file for bankruptcy, and also was surprised by an obstruction of justice charge in a criminal ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Michael R. Peevey, Mark Toney
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 Drought debate: homeowner fined for replacing grass with drought-tolerant plants

San Ramon homeowner association says it will fine woman $50 a month until she replants grass in 25 percent of front yard »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Nora Campos, Lorena Gonzalez, water
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 Legislature wades into Martins Beach access fight

Lawmakers have passed a bill requiring a state agency to negotiate public access to a secluded beach south of Half Moon Bay that requires going through a billionaire's private waterfront property. »Read

In this article: Tim Donnelly, Jerry Hill, Vinod Khosla
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 Silicon Valley chamber endorses Ro Khanna over Mike Honda

The San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce's political action committee endorsed Ro Khanna in his bid to unseat fellow Democrat Mike Honda, a San Jose congressman. »Read

In this article: Michael Honda, Ro Khanna, minimum wage, Chuck Reed, Jim Reed
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 Committee OKs Brown's choice for state librarian

A state Senate committee has approved Gov. Jerry Brown's choice for state librarian, after initial concerns about the appointee's qualifications. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Greg Lucas, Donna Lucas
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 Hewlett-Packard's quarterly sales top expectations, but profit declines

Tech giant Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday reported third-quarter sales that exceeded what Wall Street had forecast, but its profit slumped. »Read

In this article: Steve Johnson, Meg Whitman
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 Senate approves lactation rooms at major airports

The state Senate has passed legislation requiring large airports to offer a private space for mothers to breastfeed or pump milk. »Read

In this article: Kevin De Leon, Bonnie Lowenthal
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 Supreme Court puts hold on Virginia same-sex marriages in signal to courts

The Supreme Court action sends a clear signal to other appeals courts and federal judges across the country that it expects them to issue similar stays in future same-sex marriage cases. »Read

In this article: Same-sex marriage, Paul A. Smith, Paul Smith
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 California Assembly approves bill to settle private beach dispute

Advancing an effort to ensure public access to a contested California beach, the Assembly on Wednesday narrowly passed and legislation compelling the state to step into a dispute over Martins Beach. File - In this May 12, 2014, file photo, Sun ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Tim Donnelly, eminent domain, Vinod Khosla, Mark Stone
Bills: SB 968,
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 Hewlett-Packard's quarterly sales top expectations, but profit misses

Tech giant Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday reported third-quarter sales that exceeded what Wall Street had forecast, but its profit slumped and earnings-per-share fell well short of analysts expectations. »Read

In this article: Steve Johnson, Meg Whitman
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 Legislation would require boating safety course

The state Assembly is endorsing legislation that would require Californians to take a boating safety course, an online test and obtain a vessel operator card before driving a motorized boat. »Read

In this article: Mark DeSaulnier, Curt Hagman, Bonnie Lowenthal, William W. Monning
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 California law aims to protect rights of sperm donors, surrogates

SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - A bill aimed at protecting the parental and adoptive rights of non-traditional families in California was sent to Governor Jerry Brown on Wednesday in an effort to close gaps in a state law that have led to at least one ... »Read

In this article: Tom Ammiano, Jerry Brown
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 Incredible Edibles draws hungry crowds to support Y in Upland

Scheu Family YMCA of Upland organizers got the name right for its annual Incredible Edibles mid-summer fundraiser.The recent event featured an incredible show of support from all segments of the local community - from the Upland Unified School ... »Read

In this article: Ray Musser, Acquanetta Warren
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 California lawmakers discuss regulating groundwater

California lawmakers are looking at ending the state's status as one of the last in the West to start managing groundwater. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Peter H. Gleick, Fran Pavley, water
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 California lawmakers, actors press for film tax credit

Thirty-five members of California’s congressional delegation are pressing Gov. Jerry Brown to support an expanded film tax credit significant to California’s TV and movie industry, while actors and crew members rallied in support of the ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Judy Chu, Legislature, Film tax
Bills: AB 1839,
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 Governor vetoes bill boosting mental-health parity enforcement

Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed legislation Tuesday that would have given California Department of Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones authority to levy fines of up to $2,500 a day against health plans that ignore state mental-health parity laws. Senate Bill ... »Read

In this article: James T. Beall, Jerry Brown, Dave Jones, Legislature, Steve Poizner
Bills: SB 1046,
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 LA City Council To Pay $5M In Death Of Veteran Shot By Police After Televised Corvette Pursuit

The Los Angeles City Council agreed Wednesday to pay $5 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of a disabled veteran who was fatally shot by Los Angeles police after a pursuit. »Read

In this article: Joe Buscaino, Bernard Parks
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 State slammed with $75M suit over BOE building

Employees of the California Board of Equalization hit the agency with a $75 million lawsuit this week alleging illnesses related to mold in a building now notorious for leaky pipes and other construction issues. The suit, intended to be a class ... »Read

In this article: Board of Equalization, Jerome Horton, Legislature, water
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 Hewlett-Packard's quarterly sales top expectations, but earnings miss

Tech giant Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday reported third-quarter sales that exceeded what Wall Street had forecast, but its profit slumped and earnings-per-share fell well short of analysts expectations. »Read

In this article: Steve Johnson, Meg Whitman
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 Brown administration trying to rewrite state milk regulation

Gov. Jerry Brown’s agricilture secretary trying to rewrite state milk regulation late in session. Case van Steyn looks out at some of the 400 cows at his dairy farm in Galt, California, in 2012. Dairy farmers, citing high feed costs, ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Legislature, Richard Pan, Karen Ross, Dan Walters
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 Family Of Oceanside Man Killed By LAPD Gets $5 Million

The Los Angeles City Council agreed to pay the $5 million to settle a lawsuit filed by family members of a disabled veteran from Oceanside who was fatally shot by Los Angeles police following a pursuit. »Read

In this article: Joe Buscaino, Bernard Parks
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 NEW: Early release from CA prisons now a flood

Spurred by a series of court decisions ruling the state’s prison crowding unconstitutional, Gov. Jerry Brown’s ongoing “realignment” effort sought to make adequate room for the state’s worst convicts by diverting ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Luis Patino
Bills: AB 900,
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 Sen. Hueso's bad geothermal bill may become law

The Legislature may approve a bill that represents the worst of government interference. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Ben Hueso, Legislature, renewable energy
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 Aug. 21 letters to the editor

Airstrikes not being conducted properlyI don't approve of President Barack Obama's use of airstrikes in Iraq because his current policy is uncoordinated. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Legislature, Barack Obama, Michael R. Peevey
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 Assembly passes constitutional amendment to suspend lawmaker pay

The Assembly on Wednesday deferred for two years the public’s vote on a constitutional amendment empowering lawmakers to strip wayward colleagues of their salaries. Sen. Ron Calderon, D-Montebello, speaks at a news conference at the ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Ron Calderon, Tim Donnelly, Darrell Steinberg, water, Roderick Wright, Leland Yee
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 Governor: CalPERS 'got it wrong' on pension boost

The California Public Employees' Retirement System approved on Tuesday many options for new workers to increase their pensions, including temporary promotions for those holding interim jobs. The move sparked a fast admonishment from Gov. Jerry ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, CalPERS
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 Governor passes Mayor Johnson’s ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ to his dog

At least one of the three people Mayor Kevin Johnson dared to take the Ice Bucket Challenge has declined. Sort of. Sutter Brown, the California governor’s Welsh corgi, was designated as stand-in to have a bucket of ice water dumped on ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Sutter Brown, Kevin Johnson, Maria Shriver, water
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 California Governor decries Calpers vote on pensions

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California Governor Jerry Brown decried a move by the state's giant public pension fund on Wednesday to include temporary pay hikes in the way pensions are calculated for newly hired workers. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, CalPERS
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 Audit: $93M Medi-Cal payments could be fraudulent

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- State auditors have found Medi-Cal, the nation's largest Medicaid program, was hit with more than $93 million in potentially fraudulent bills by substance abuse clinics across California.... »Read

In this article: Ted W. Lieu, Norman Williams
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 City Council Members Believe Offering Cash Lottery Prize To Voters Is 'Worth Looking At'

The president of the Los Angeles City Council wants to explore the idea of offering a large cash prize to lure voters to the voting booths. »Read

In this article: Joe Buscaino, Eric Garcetti, Herb Wesson, Dennis Zine
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 Jerry Brown blasts CalPERS board for authorizing pay enhancement for pension purposes

A divided CalPERS board this morning approved nearly 100 types of supplemental pay categories as counting toward state and local government pensions, including a temporary salary supplement that drew a sharp rebuke from Gov. Jerry Brown. ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, CalPERS, Chuck Reed
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 NEW: Bill could double car registration fees

  A bill that could double California counties’ vehicle registration fees has passed the Legislature, and is awaiting a signature or veto from Gov. Jerry Brown. Assembly Bill 2393, by Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-San Rafael, authorizes counties ... »Read

In this article: Assembly Democrats, Jerry Brown, JOHN P. CALDWELL, Mark DeSaulnier, global warming, Legislature, Marc Levine, Proposition 26, Dave Roberts, Arnold Schwarzenegger, water, David Wolfe
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 Assembly Approves Birth Control Access Bill

California health insurers would be required to provide free coverage of all FDA-approved birth control methods under a bill that passed the state Assembly Wednesday. Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) argued that health insurers ... »Read

In this article: Toni Atkins, Marie Waldron
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 Poll: Californians strongly support measure regulating health insurance rates

Californians are showing overwhelming support for one of the most hotly contested propositions on the November ballot -- a measure allowing the state's insurance commissioner to reject proposed health insurance rate hikes. »Read

In this article: Jamie Court, Mark DiCamillo, Field Poll, Ricardo Lara
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 DiCaprio voices climate change film

The actor is lending his voice and support to a new short film, bringing attention to climate change. »Read

In this article: Barbara Boxer, renewable energy
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 A rather spectacular bit of politicking

Last week, the Orange County Board of Supervisors effort to establish limited campaign finance oversight had its proverbial head cut off. State lawmakers gutted the bill after a rather spectacular bit of politicking, leaving this dragon not ... »Read

In this article: campaign finance, Lou Correa, Shirley L. Grindle, Legislature
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 NEW: New evidence of Gov. Brown's utter disinterest in pension reform

Later today, the governing board of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System is expected to pass rules giving state employees 99 ways to spike their “pensionable pay.” Gov. Jerry Brown only objected to one of the 99 ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, CalPERS, CalSTRS, Chris Reed, state budget
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 Late arrival, missing signatures voided many California mail ballots, study finds

Even as voting by mail becomes increasingly common in California elections, more mail ballots are not being counted, according to a study of mail voting in three counties, including Sacramento. Voters cast their ballots at the El Dorado County ... »Read

In this article: Kim Alexander, Neal Kelley, Legislature, Jim Miller
Bills: SB 29,
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 New law requires more representation disclosure by brokers

Commercial real estate brokers will soon be required to disclose potential conflicts of interest to parties in any deal they handle. A bill signed last week by Gov. Jerry Brown, Senate Bill 1171, takes effect Jan. 1. It requires brokers to ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Ben Hueso, Legislature
Bills: SB 1171,
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 An Unhealthy Dependence on the Rich

Upper-income taxpayers are paying the highest share ever of the California personal income tax. This is good news in good times, but underscores the need for Proposition 2, the rainy day reserve measure placed on the November ballot by the ... »Read

In this article: Legislature, Proposition 2
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 Keep Hint of Prosecutorial Action Out of Legitimate Political Debates

In the war of words over an attempt to stall the extension of AB 32’s cap-and-trade to transportation fuels, liberal groups sent a public letter to Attorney General Kamala Harris asking her to keep an eye out for collusion by oil companies in ... »Read

In this article: Kamala Harris
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 Paper Bag Fee Impacts Everyone

International Paper Operates 27 Facilities in California With More Than 2,500 Employees For decades, grocery stores offered safe, sustainable paper bags to customers without taxes or fees. Now, due to the debate surrounding the ban on plastic bags, ... »Read

In this article: Legislature
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 On the Goal Line

As we enter the start of football season, I always look forward to watching a team march down the field with pinpoint passes and well executed running plays to score the winning touchdown with seconds left on the clock. This scenario acts as an ... »Read

Bills: AB 1839,
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 Stop Bullying Charter School

Imagine if your student was being bullied at school. As parents, we would take the necessary steps to prevent this unacceptable behavior and alert school administrators. Often times, it’s simply name-calling or teasing. However, what may be ... »Read

In this article: Fran Pavley
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 California Pension Committee Approves Retirement Compensation Proposals

Temporarily promoted new hires would be factored into how the California Public Employees’ Retirement System calculates its pensions under a vote Tuesday of a CalPERS Committee. »Read

In this article: CHRISTY E. BOUMA, Jerry Brown, CalPERS
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 November Ballot Set: No School Bond, Lawmaker Suspension Measures

Legislative proposals to add a school bond and constitutional amendment allowing lawmakers to be suspended without pay to California’s November ballot have stalled. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Joan Buchanan, Legislature, Darrell Steinberg, water
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 Proposal to expand California film tax credit to get a show of support

California lawmakers are poised to quadruple funding for the state's film and TV tax credit program, but industry supporters aren't leaving anything to chance. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Film tax
Bills: AB 1839,
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 AM Alert: Field Poll finds support for health care ballot measures

A new Field Poll has found strong early support for two contentious health care-related ballot measures. Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones has pushed for Proposition 45, which would give him more regulatory power over health insurance rates. »Read

In this article: California Republican Party, Field Poll, Elaine Howle, Dave Jones, Legislature, Dan Walters
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 Immigrant children may get free legal help

State Attorney General Kamala Harris is asking private law firms to provide free legal help to the wave of Central American children pouring into the state. Officials tell us that nine out of 10 children who appear at immigration hearings without a ... »Read

In this article: Art Agnos, David Beltran, Willie Brown, Kamala Harris, Edwin M. Lee
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