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 Fight over taxes looms between Democrats, Gov. Jerry Brown
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 How paid sick leave can be healthy for pensions

President Obama said during his State of the Union address last week that 43 million workers have no paid sick leave, forcing “too many parents to make the gut-wrenching choice between a paycheck and a sick kid at home.” The president ... »Read

In this article: CalPERS, CalSTRS, sick leave
Bills: AB 1102, AB 340,
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 John Phillips: In California, is it better to be governor or senator?

Thanks to the upcoming retirement of California’s junior senator, Barbara Boxer, the log jam at the top of the state’s political food chain is starting to break. In addition to Boxer’s slot, other highly coveted openings are expected in ... »Read

In this article: Xavier Becerra, Barbara Boxer, Jerry Brown, Rocky Chavez, Dianne Feinstein, Eric Garcetti, Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsom, Loretta Sanchez, Thomas F. Steyer, Duf Sundheim, Antonio Villaraigosa
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 Candidates vying for Tom LaBonge's seat try to break out of the pack

The campaign in an eclectic, recently redrawn City Council district that stretches from the Miracle Mile to Sherman Oaks is shaping up as Los Angeles' most unpredictable election this year. »Read

In this article: Eric Garcetti, Tom LaBonge, minimum wage, Dan Schnur, Raphael Sonenshein, Steve Veres
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 Villaraigosa's experience could play well in the Senate

SACRAMENTO — Antonio Villaraigosa's resume definitely qualifies him to be a U.S. senator and suggests the potential of a pretty effective one. »Read

In this article: Xavier Becerra, Barbara Boxer, global warming, Kamala Harris, Loretta Sanchez, Adam Schiff, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Garry South, Thomas F. Steyer, Antonio Villaraigosa
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 Republicans find it's not easy being in charge

WASHINGTON — Three weeks into their historic House majority and after taking control of the Senate for the first time in eight years, Republicans find themselves in a meltdown over rape and charges that they quashed debate on a Keystone pipeline ... »Read

In this article: Jeff Denham, Kevin McCarthy, Nancy Pelosi, Jackie Speier, David G. Valadao
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 Chancellor Timothy P. White to deliver 'State of CSU' address; students fees on trustees' agenda

LONG BEACH >> Student graduation rates, state budget issues and other topics will be discussed Tuesday in Cal State University Chancellor Timothy P. White's State of the CSU speech. White will deliver the address ahead of the 23-campus system's ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, state budget, Timothy P. White
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 Chancellor Timothy P. White to deliver State of CSU talk

LONG BEACH >> Student graduation rates, state budget issues and other topics will be discussed Tuesday in Cal State University Chancellor Timothy P. White's State of the CSU speech. White will deliver the address ahead of the 23-campus system's ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, state budget, Timothy P. White
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 President Obama, Cut Dirty Nuclear Power From Your Climate-Change Talks

President Barack Obama is getting serious about climate change, a challenge that 'poses a greater threat to future generations' than any other, he said in last week's State of the Union. In July, his administration »Read

In this article: Energy Commission, greenhouse gas, Barack Obama, renewable energy
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 In the 10 years since the Glendale train crash, Metrolink has made safety a focus

The 25-foot-high fireball lit up the dawn in Glendale with the thunderous impact of two speeding commuter trains, one heavy freight locomotive and a gas-soaked abandoned sport utility vehicle.In the twisted wreck of the Glendale train crash 10 years ... »Read

In this article: Elizabeth G. Hill, Richard Katz
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 Federal Diary: Federal employee bills show the partisan divide on Capitol Hill

When it comes to federal employees, one party wants to give; the other plans to take away.Legislation introduced by House Democrats and Republicans demonstrate their differing approaches to the federal workforce. With the GOP now running the House ... »Read

In this article: Ken Calvert, Jeff Miller, Jeff Miller, sick leave
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 For Jeb Bush, All's (Perhaps Too) Quiet on Capitol Hill

The supposed 'establishment' candidate has few vocal backers in Congress. »Read

In this article: Legislature, John McCain, Jeff Miller, Jeff Miller, Mitt Romney
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 Mike Judge on (the lack of) sex in Silicon Valley

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 Fight over taxes looms between Democrats, Gov. Jerry Brown

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- Gov. Jerry Brown orchestrated the successful push for temporary sales and income taxes on Californians three years ago to help ease the state out of recession and close a multibillion-dollar budget gap.... »Read

In this article: Proposition 13, Jerry Brown, Legislature, Betty T. Yee
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