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Gov. Jerry Brown may have met his match in Janet Napolitano. And the University of California president definitely is confronting a skilled adversary in the governor. »Read

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 Joe Montana scores with empty Candlestick Park seats

The idea was to sell thousands of seats from the soon-to-be-demolished stadium as keepsakes for fans, with the city’s Recreation and Park Department getting 70 percent of the take. To make sure Montana’s business didn’t put a damper on the ... »Read

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