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 Editorial: Massive UC fee hike unjustifiable

Gov. Jerry Brown made the jaunt this past week from Sacramento to San Francisco to attend a meeting of the UC Board of Regents, during which he urged the overseers of the 10-campus UC system to reconsider a proposal before them to whack UC ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Legislature, Gavin Newsom, Bruce Varner
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 Joel Kotkin: Unnatural alliances within Democratic Party

As California morphs ever more into the grand blue-state role model, it also is becoming ground zero for the next great division within the Democratic Party. At a time when at least some progressives nationwide worry about the loss of the white... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Kamala Harris, Joel Kotkin, Legislature, Tom Torlakson
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 Tom Campbell: Use cap-and-trade revenue to lower business tax rates

In 2006, California adopted Assembly Bill 32 to restrict greenhouse gas emissions. It gave to the California Air Resources Board the authority to decide how to reach the goal of reducing California‚Äôs emissions to 1990 levels by 2020, and to ... »Read

In this article: Air Resources Board, Tom Campbell, greenhouse gas, state budget
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 Garcetti's high-tech, innovation agenda faces old-school hurdles

With painted brick walls, exposed pipes and laptop workstations shaped like pingpong paddles, the workspace known as Hub LA in downtown's trendy Arts District embodies the disruptive, start-up ethos. »Read

In this article: Eric Garcetti, Richard Riordan
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 Twenty years after Prop. 187, attitudes toward illegal immigration have changed dramatically in California

The hard-nosed feelings Californians harbored toward illegal immigrants just 20 years ago have softened a great deal; today a plurality backs President Obama taking executive action to protect millions from deportation. »Read

In this article: Mark Baldassare, Gray Davis, Field Poll, illegal immigration, Barack Obama, PPIC, Dan Schnur, Bill Whalen, Pete Wilson
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 Chiefly speaking, Ontario meetings are back to normal

After months of drama, not to mention farce, at Ontario City Council meetings, voters re-elected the trio of incumbents by comfortable margins -- which certainly calmed the waters at Tuesday's meeting.Naysayers stayed away and several speakers said ... »Read

In this article: Paul Vincent Avila, Paul S. Leon, Alan Wapner, water
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 Billionaire tech disrupter Sean Parker shakes up politics

Billionaire venture capitalist Sean Parker loves to shake up calcified industries. Nationally, Parker was among the 50 biggest individual donors during the midterm elections, sprinkling $3.6 million nearly equally among Republicans and Democrats in ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Newt Gingrich, Kamala Harris, Edwin M. Lee, Lawrence Lessig, minimum wage, Charles Munger, Proposition 8, state budget, water
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 Principal of Andrews Elementary School in North Whittier gets national recognition

NORTH WHITTIER >> In Alicia Aceves' book, all children deserve an excellent education.All children can learn, she says.And all children can be successful.'Our students from struggling homes are achieving the same as those who are not from struggling ... »Read

In this article: Ian Calderon, Linda T. Sanchez
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 Student sit-in continues at UC Berkeley over tuition hikes

A student sit-in protesting tuition hikes at the University of California continued at UC Berekley's Wheeler Hall for the third day Saturday, while others planned to make a peaceful presence felt at the football game between Cal and Stanford. »Read

In this article: Toni Atkins, Jerry Brown, state budget
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