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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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Minimum wage bill advances to Senate floor

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 In the Loop: Cory Booker (D-Tinseltown)
Washington Post - April 23, 4:58 pm
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 Are Californians becoming Lebowskis?
San Diego Union-Tribune/Opinion - April 23, 4:55 pm
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 Capitol Alert: Jerry Brown appoints Jodi Remke new FPPC chair
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 Regulators pave way for Internet "fast lane" with net neutrality rules
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 Capitol Alert: California car data bill stalls in first committee
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 Opinions > Letters for April 24, 2014 >

Three on the council meeting Re “Ending speculation” (Newslines, by Melissa Daugherty, April 17): While the war on drugs rages on, people like Mary Goloff... »Read

In this article: Proposition 13, referendum, Ken Smith, water
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 Associated Press Sacramento Daybook

Associated Press Sacramento Daybook for Thursday, April 24. »Read

In this article: Roger Niello, Darrell Steinberg
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 Political Outsiders Shine on TIME 100 List

MoreSee the Full ListWith Washington, D.C. mired in partisan gridlock, the nation's political power centers have shifted outside the nation's capital to statehouses and boardrooms across the country. That migration is reflected in this year's TIME ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Hillary Clinton, Gray Davis, John F. Kerry, John Lewis, Barack Obama, Thomas F. Steyer
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 218: House Members Push for Open Debate on NSA Snooping

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In this article: Devin Nunes, Nancy Pelosi
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 House Members Push for Open Debate on NSA Snooping

Bipartisan House members are calling for an open debate when the House takes up legislation later this year dealing with a controversial National Security Agency intelligence gathering program. »Read

In this article: Devin Nunes, Nancy Pelosi
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 Joe Mathews: Dude, we are all Lebowski now

No movie character better represents the 2014 California mainstream than Jeffrey Lebowski. »Read

In this article: Proposition 13, Jerry Brown, Field Poll, Joe Mathews
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 Editorial: 'Friendship' furor in Irvine

Somehow, a proposal this month by Irvine Councilman Larry Agran to have Irvine pursue “friendship city” status with Baoji, China; Karachi, Pakistan; and, most controversially, Nha Trang, Vietnam, has been misconstrued as a political stunt... »Read

In this article: Larry Agran, Beth Krom, Arnold Schwarzenegger
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 James Poulos: Brown's media trickery boosts accomplishments

It’s been a while since anyone has associated Gov. Jerry Brown with a hot new trend. Don't be fooled, however – he’s at the forefront of one of the most notable political developments in years. It all has to do with a big change in the... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Gloria Romero, Arnold Schwarzenegger
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 Reps. Brad Sherman, Janice Hahn urge business leaders in Valley Industry and Commerce Association to speak up

Two local members of Congress urged local business leaders on Wednesday to increase their involvement in issues ranging from transportation to immigration reform if they want to bring more federal dollars to the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles. »Read

In this article: Janice Hahn, Brad Sherman
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 White House chef joins Johnson, Waters for farm-to-fork forum

Sacramento’s stature as the farm-to-fork capital continues to grow. Even the White House takes notice. Sam Kass, 29, the assistant White House chef, helps out at The White House Healthy Kids Fair on the South Lawn Wednesday, October 21, ... »Read

In this article: CalPERS, Kevin Johnson, water
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 SAN BERNARDINO: Protestors disrupt bus line kickoff

Neighbors of the transit agency’s headquarters demand liquefied natural gas tanks be removed from near their homes. Omnitrans says they’re safe. »Read

In this article: Environmental Justice, Liquefied natural gas, Cassie MacDuff, Alan Wapner
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 California Senate takes 'ethics refresher course' Wednesday

The California State Senate held an 'ethics refresher course' for its members on Wednesday. »Read

In this article: Ron Calderon, Robert Huff, Darrell Steinberg, Roderick Wright, Leland Yee
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 Candidates say they would represent a break from Bowen

Would-be successors to Secretary of State Debra Bowen promised Wednesday to inject new life into an office they said has become technologically inept and disengaged. Derek Cressman, left, a Democratic candidate for secretary of state, makes ... »Read

In this article: Kim Alexander, Debra Bowen, campaign finance, Derek Cressman, Fair Political Practices Commission, Field Poll, Legislature, Jim Miller, Alex Padilla, Dan Schnur, Shannan Velayas, Leland Yee
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 Jerry Brown appoints Jodi Remke to head FPPC

After leaving the California Fair Political Practices Commission without a chairwoman for nearly six months, Gov. Jerry Brown announced Wednesday he has appointed the presiding judge of the State Bar Court of California to the post. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, John Burton, Fair Political Practices Commission, Dan Morain, Ann Ravel, Jodi Remke, Robert Stern, water
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 Armenian genocide commemoration events in the Valley

Events in the Valley marking the 99th anniversary of the Armenian genocide: Read comments »Read

In this article: Jim Costa, David G. Valadao
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 Californians strongly support Common Core

Californians of different political affiliations overwhelmingly support the new Common Core State Standards for education, a survey indicates, showing that the Golden State has seen less of the political division and uproar over revamping ... »Read

In this article: Mark Baldassare, Jerry Brown
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 Californians overwhelmingly approve new education standards: poll

SACRAMENTO, California (Reuters) - Most Californians support dramatic changes set to take hold in public education, including funneling more money to schools with disadvantaged students and implementing rigorous national standards known as the ... »Read

In this article: Mark Baldassare, Jerry Brown, Legislature, PPIC, state budget
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 California Senate undergoes ethics training

California senators discussed ethical and legal issues Wednesday during special ethics training prompted by corruption charges lodged against two lawmakers and the conviction of a third for perjury. »Read

In this article: Tom Berryhill, Ron Calderon, campaign finance, Fair Political Practices Commission, Mark Hedlund, Robert Huff, Jason Kinney, Ricardo Lara, Legislature, Senate Democrats, Kevin H. Sloat, Darrell Steinberg, Roderick Wright, Leland Yee
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 Capitol Alert: Californians like Common Core education, finance overhaul

Two major changes in California's public education system - adoption of "Common Core" academic standards and giving extra money to school districts with large numbers of poor and/or English learner students - seem to have gained favor with ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, PPIC, Darrell Steinberg, Dan Walters
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 California secretary of state candidates clash over ethics ideas

Candidates Alex Padilla, Dan Schnur, Pete Peterson and Derek Cressman challenge one another's ideas on reducing the corrupting influence of big money in California government.SACRAMENTO — Stirred up by a series of Capitol scandals, four ... »Read

In this article: Derek Cressman, Fair Political Practices Commission, Legislature, Alex Padilla, Dan Schnur, Senate Democrats, state budget, Leland Yee
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 Survey: Californians support Common Core standards

As other U.S. states move to delay or halt implementation of the shared learning framework known as the Common Core, the new national math and language standards still enjoy solid support in California, according to a survey released Wednesday. »Read

In this article: Mark Baldassare, Legislature, PPIC
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 Senator Lois Wolk bill moves through committee

Legislation to make good on outstanding debts the state owes counties earned a 9-0 vote in the Senate's Committee on Natural Resources and Water this week. »Read

In this article: Jim Frazier, James Nielsen, water, Lois Wolk, Mariko Yamada
Bills: SB 1410,
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 Congressman speaks at Solano EDC breakfast

The future of water in California and Travis Air Force Base continue to be the main topics of discussion for Congressman John Garamendi, D-Solano. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, John Garamendi, peripheral canal, water
Bills: SB 200,
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 RIVERSIDE COUNTY: DA Zellerbach under investigation for political sign tampering

A witness, a member of a law-enforcement union that supports opponent Mike Hestrin, said he saw Zellerbach push over a Hestrin sign in Indio »Read
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 Vacaville holds off on plastic bag issue

Sometimes, no means no. That was the case Tuesday in Vacaville, when the City Council revisited a proposed statewide ban on single-use plastic grocery bags and whether leaders should get in front of the issue. »Read

In this article: Kevin De Leon, Steve Hardy, Ricardo Lara, Alex Padilla
Bills: SB 270,
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 Solar project criticism comes from several sides

Silurian Valley Solar Project would provide needed electricity but also disrupt wildlife and natural area. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, global warming, renewable energy, water
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 California judge named head of state's political ethics agency

Gov. Jerry Brown selects Jodi Remke, presiding judge of the State Bar Court of California, which oversees discipline of attorneys.SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday appointed as head of California's political ethics agency a judge who ... »Read

In this article: Tom Berryhill, Jerry Brown, John Burton, California Democratic Party, Fair Political Practices Commission, Ann Ravel, Jodi Remke, Robert Stern, Evan Westrup
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 Momentum building to legalize online poker in California

A legislative committee on Wednesday heard suggestions for setting up an Internet poker system that would best serve consumers and taxpayers. »Read

In this article: indian gaming, Legislature, Jose Medina, Brian Nestande
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 GOP gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari attacks affirmative action

The recent effort to restore affirmative action in public university admissions 'should've been called the 'There are too many Asians at Berkeley' bill,' he told several hundred Cal students Wednesday. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Tim Donnelly, Legislature, Arnold Schwarzenegger
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 Kashkari slams the 'too many Asians at Berkeley' bill

The recent effort to restore affirmative action in public university admissions 'should've been called the 'There are too many Asians at Berkeley' bill,' he told several hundred Cal students Wednesday. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Tim Donnelly, Legislature, Arnold Schwarzenegger
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 Retail jobs a prelude to 32nd assembly forum

In a classic case of peculiar political pairings, Thursday night's 32nd Assembly District forum begins with an hour-long presentation from officials at the Outlets of Tejon, the eagerly-awaited shopping center due in August. It's perhaps ... »Read

In this article: Jean Fuller, Pedro Rios, Rudy Salas, Andy Vidak, water
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 WH nutrition adviser praises Sac's farm-to-fork movement

Sacramento's farm-to-fork movement got a boost Wednesday from a White House nutrition adviser invited to town by Mayor Kevin Johnson. »Read

In this article: CalPERS, Kevin Johnson, water
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 Calif. secretary of state candidates tout reform

Four candidates challenging to be the next secretary of state offered competing visions on Wednesday for controlling political fundraising and how they would best improve access and transparency for California elections. »Read

In this article: Derek Cressman, Alex Padilla, Dan Schnur, Leland Yee
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 Failure of Warriors' waterfront arena the latest in a long line of bay development defeats

Since the 1970s, environmental opposition has made it nearly impossible for any major project that would fill or block San Francisco Bay to win approval »Read

In this article: Art Agnos, Willie Brown, Dianne Feinstein, David Lewis, water
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 Governor appoints judge to oversee watchdog agency

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- Gov. Jerry Brown appointed a fellow Democrat and judge to lead California's campaign watchdog agency on Wednesday, in the wake of ethics scandals that have led to federal charges against two Democratic state senators ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, John Burton, California Democratic Party, Fair Political Practices Commission, Barack Obama, Ann Ravel
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 Climate change threatens California's air quality, report says

Climate change and extreme weather could set back decades of improvement in California’s air quality, a new report by the state’s pollution control officers says. »Read

In this article: Air Resources Board, Eric Garcetti, global warming, greenhouse gas, water
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 Oakland resident to lead political watchdog agency

PrintGov. Jerry Brown appointed Judge Jodi Remke to lead the California Political Practices Commission, his office announced Wednesday. Remke, who lives in Oakland, is the presiding judge at the State Bar Court of California, which oversees ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Ann Ravel, Leland Yee
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 Astros fail to sweep Seattle, fall 5-3 in 9th

Josh Fields knew he wasn't as sharp as the previous two nights, when he saved games against the Mariners. »Read

In this article: Chris Young, Chris Young
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 Gov. Brown Appoints Judge To Oversee Watchdog Agency

Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed a judge to lead California's campaign watchdog agency. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Fair Political Practices Commission, Barack Obama, Ann Ravel
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 Assemblymember Holden Announces Major Reforms to CA Massage Parlor Law

Assemblymember Holden Announces Major Reforms to CA Massage Parlor Law (Sacramento) - Assemblymember Chris Holden (D-Pasadena) joined Assemblymembers Susan Bonilla (D-Concord) and Jimmy Gomez (D-Los Angeles) and the League of Ca... From: ... »Read

In this article: Susan Bonilla, Jimmy Gomez, Chris Holden
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 Letters: Laura's law complicates legal system

ORANGE, Susan Cooper: As a school teacher, I am appalled at the idea that the O.C. Board of Supervisors would consider the implementation of Laura’s Law, which was Protesters come together in Hollywood on Feb. 8 for Monday Midnight ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Gloria Romero
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 California's lopsided politics yield little election intrigue

Secretary of state candidates' debate is more geekfest than slugfest — and it's one of the more interesting contests in the 'top two' primary era. SACRAMENTO — It has come to this: California politics have become so one-sided that the ... »Read

In this article: Debra Bowen, Jerry Brown, California Target Book, campaign finance, Derek Cressman, Field Poll, Kamala Harris, Allan Hoffenblum, Alex Padilla, Dan Schnur, George Skelton, Leland Yee
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 The Buzz: Romney picks a favorite in south state House race

As part of his return to politics, Mitt Romney is choosing sides in the race to succeed retiring Rep. Buck McKeon in Southern California. »Read

In this article: Stephen T. Knight, Howard P. Mckeon, Mitt Romney, Tony Strickland
Bills: SB 994,
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 All the Big Shots showed up for Internet poker hearing

While the Senate had its Day of Reflection to contemplate ethical obligations, the Assembly turned its attention to the task at hand, whether to legalize Internet poker in California. Internet poker could be coming to California. »Read

In this article: Willie Brown, Gray Davis, Jack Gribbon, Isadore Hall, Legislature, Claudia Morain, Dan Morain, water
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 In the Loop: Cory Booker (D-Tinseltown)

Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) is a Hollywood favorite, and he’s rumored to be romantically involved with a Los Angeles-based lawyer, so we’d expect he frequents the other coast. On Thursday, he returns to the City of Angels for a starring role at a ... »Read

In this article: Ronald Burkle, campaign finance, Hillary Clinton, Lawrence Lessig, Eric Swalwell
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 Are Californians becoming Lebowskis?

There are signs that the Lebowski character is no longer the outsider in California. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Field Poll, Joe Mathews
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 Regulators pave way for Internet "fast lane" with net neutrality rules

Federal regulators plan to propose new rules Thursday that would allow Internet providers to create a "fast lane" for certain websites and services. »Read

In this article: Reed Hastings, minimum wage
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 Northern California SWAT teams train in Butte County

It was about 3:30 p.m. on Jan. 29, 2013, when a man boarded a school bus, killed its driver and took a a-year-old hostage for several days. »Read

In this article: Brian W. Jones, Brian W. Jones
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 Capitol Alert: California secretary of state candidates promise break from Bowen

Would-be successors to Secretary of State Debra Bowen made their cases Wednesday that they would inject new energy into an office they said has become technologically inept and disengaged. »Read

In this article: Debra Bowen, Jerry Brown, campaign finance, Derek Cressman, Fair Political Practices Commission, Field Poll, Legislature, Jim Miller, Alex Padilla, Dan Schnur, Leland Yee
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 Capitol Alert: Jerry Brown appoints Jodi Remke new FPPC chair

Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed Jodi Remke, presiding judge of the State Bar Court of California, chairwoman of the state's Fair Political Practices Commission, his office announced Wednesday. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Fair Political Practices Commission, Ann Ravel
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 Minimum-wage hike: Alarming start to a crucial debate

No, sharply raising the minimum wage is not a pro-growth initiative backed by business. »Read

In this article: Bob Filner, Todd Gloria, minimum wage, Jerry Sanders
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 Community Editorial: Protecting Marine Life is Crucial for Economy

California's coastal economy and communities depend on protecting the coastal marine environment, argues local activist Rose Tingle. »Read

In this article: Patricia Bates, Legislature, Todd Spitzer
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 Excluded Green Party hopeful seethes in debate audience

Four candidates hoping to be the state's chief elections officer engaged in the 90-minute debate about how make government more accountable and campaign finance more transparent - all under protest from Green Party candidate David Curtis, who said ... »Read

In this article: campaign finance, Derek Cressman, Fair Political Practices Commission, Field Poll, Legislature, Carla Marinucci, Alex Padilla, Dan Schnur, Roderick Wright, Leland Yee
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 Capitol Alert: Mitt Romney backs Tony Strickland in California House race

As part of his return to politics, Mitt Romney is choosing sides in the contest to succeed retiring Rep. Buck McKeon in Southern California. »Read

In this article: Julia Brownley, Stephen T. Knight, Howard P. Mckeon, Mitt Romney, Tony Strickland, Meg Whitman
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 Capitol Alert: VIDEO: California Senate pauses for ethics training

The California Senate paused its normal routine of committee hearings today for a special training on the ethics of two essential duties that politicians are not supposed to mix: making laws and raising money. »Read

In this article: Tom Berryhill, Ron Calderon, Fair Political Practices Commission, Robert Huff, Jason Kinney, Legislature, Mitt Romney, Kevin H. Sloat, Darrell Steinberg, Tony Strickland, Dan Walters, Roderick Wright, Leland Yee
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 Administration Opens Clemency Door for Thousands of Low-level Drug Offenders

In a dramatic move aimed at restoring equal justice, the administration announced on April 23rd an initiative under which President Barack Obama could grant clemency to hundreds, even thousands of…Click to Continue » »Read

In this article: Barack Obama, Ron Rogers, Ron Rogers
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 Candidates tout reform in secretary of state race

Four candidates vying to be the next secretary of state are offering competing visions for improving access and transparency to California elections. »Read

In this article: campaign finance, Derek Cressman, Legislature, Alex Padilla, Dan Schnur, Leland Yee
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 Oakland Tribune editorial: Barbara Halliday best for Hayward mayor; Marvin Peixoto, Rodney Loché for Hayward City Council

Voters should back candidates who best understand the city's fiscal plight, will continue holding the line and aren't afraid to make more tough decisions. »Read

In this article: Rocky Fernandez, SEIU
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 Mercury News editorial: Californians deserve clear labeling of genetically engineered food

Sen. Noreen Evans' SB 1381 is a big improvement on the poorly written Proposition 37, which voters defeated in 2012 »Read

In this article: Barbara Boxer, Noreen Evans, Legislature
Bills: SB 1381,
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 San Diego Council President Proposes Raising Minimum Hourly Wage To $13

San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria wants to raise the city's minimum wage to $13 over three years staring July 2015. »Read

In this article: Todd Gloria, minimum wage
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 California lawmakers, bruised by scandal, turn to ethics training

SACRAMENTO, California (Reuters) - California lawmakers, their reputation tarnished by fraud and corruption scandals, on Wednesday took a break from normal business to attend ethics training, the latest step by the state Senate to repair its image ... »Read

In this article: Ron Calderon, campaign finance, Field Poll, Legislature, Darrell Steinberg, Roderick Wright, Leland Yee
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 Fight Schedule

At Osaka, Japan, Shinsuke Yamanaka vs. Stephane Jamoye, 12, for Yamanaka's WBC bantamweight title; Kiko Martinez vs. Hozumi Hasegawa, 12, for Martinez's IBF junior featherweight title. »Read

In this article: Francisco Estrada, Robert B. Garcia
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 Capitol Alert: California car data bill stalls in first committee

Legislation requiring car manufacturers to open access to the data streaming out of computerized cars stalled in committee on Tuesday. »Read

In this article: William W. Monning, Kevin Mullin, Fran Pavley, Dan Walters
Bills: SB 994,
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 CA17: Tammy Duckworth coming to Honda's aid

War hero Rep. Tammy Duckworth will visit Silicon Valley on Friday to do a veteran’s roundtable and some phone-banking for Rep. Mike Honda’s re-election campaign. Honda, D-San Jose, and Duckworth, D-Ill., have worked together since 2006 when ... »Read

In this article: Michael Honda, Ro Khanna, SEIU
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 Contra Costa Times editorial: Catharine Baker best of two good choices for state Assembly

Independent voters will determine the outcome, which is as it should be because the district's constituency is generally centrist. Of the four candidates, two, Catharine Baker and Steve Glazer, are well-prepared, moderate and fiscally responsible. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Joan Buchanan, Steven Glazer, Legislature
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 Now Republicans Are Upset Obamacare Doesn't Help More People

More than 8 million people have signed up for private insurance plans through the Affordable Care Act, several million more have gotten coverage through Medicaid, and polling from several independent organizations suggests that the number of ... »Read

In this article: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Kevin McCarthy
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