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 On the hook

One term that wafted through the Capitol for years is 'unfunded liability,' that sterile euphemism for being on the hook for big bucks. And when it comes to pensions, we're talking very big bucks indeed. Not for those who get 'em, but for those who ... »Read

In this article: George Skelton, John Chiang, CalPERS
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 OC Registrar of Voters to Report to County Counsel

OC Registrar of Voters is on the move again, this time to the County Counsel's Office. This latest round of executive musical chairs is tied to Mark Denny – who previously pled guilty to electoral fra »Read

In this article: William Campbell, Lou Correa, Neal Kelley, John Moorlach, Curt Pringle
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 Oakland police say protests hinder crime-fighting efforts

Oakland police who already lost Thanksgiving Day with their families so they could keep an eye on street protests could wind up spending Christmas Day on the job as well. Assistant Police Chief Paul Figueroa, while declining to tip his hand on the ... »Read

In this article: John Chiang, David Chiu, Edwin M. Lee, Legislature, H.D. Palmer, Andrew Ross
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 Happy Holidays from Fox and Hounds Daily - See you in 2015

With Friday’s announcement of the 2014 Black Bart Award winner, Fox and Hounds Daily will take some time off. We will begin publishing again on January 5, 2015. The publishers, editors, writers, and staff of Fox and Hounds Daily wish our readers ... »Read
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 The top 10 money stories of 2014

It's time to take a look back at the biggest financial news of the year. »Read

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 How Jeb Bush Affects the Florida Senate Race

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's presidential exploration roiled Capitol Hill last week. Back in his home state, pols also had their eye on another Sunshine State Republican, Sen. Marco Rubio, whose own presidential ambitions could kick off a pivotal ... »Read

In this article: Jeff Miller, Jeff Miller, Patrick Murphy
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 Tackling the big debt that lawmakers let balloon

The debt or “unfunded liability” state Controller John Chiang reported last week for state worker retiree health care, $72 billion, is larger than the unfunded liability for state worker pensions reported by CalPERS in April, $50 billion. It’s ... »Read

In this article: CalPERS, John Chiang, Legislature, Proposition 2, Mac Taylor, Pete Wilson
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 Herhold: Summing up Chuck Reed's eight years as mayor

San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed came into office eight years ago as a Boy Scout, eager to reform City Hall. He leaves as a bloodied warrior, a man who engendered both quiet praise and unprecedented vitriol. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, CalPERS, Terry Christensen, Ron Gonzales, Larry Pegram, Chuck Reed
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 Studies tout value of state's almond growers, green energy, Latinos

SACRAMENTO — It's that time of year when public relations firms roll out impressive numbers to boost clients' images at the Capitol. »Read

In this article: global warming, Stephen Levy, Donna Lucas, water
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 How Barbara Lee's 30-year Cuba campaign paid off

In it, the Cuban leader documents a meeting at his Havana home with East Bay Rep. Barbara Lee, a woman he lauded for great political courage’’ as the then-leader of the Congressional Black Caucus, and for more than two decades an activist for ... »Read

In this article: Ron Dellums, Barbara Lee, Carla Marinucci, Bill Whalen
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 L.A.'s messy ways now on city radar

The holidays are a time for giving, and in Los Angeles, many have the good fortune to provide generously for others. »Read

In this article: Eric Garcetti, Tom LaBonge, Curren Price
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 Raiders knock out Bills with 26-24 win

With their playoff hopes at stake, the Buffalo Bills couldn't manage to stop Derek Carr and the lowly Oakland Raiders. »Read

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 Raiders Knock Out Bills With 26-24 Win

With their playoff hopes at stake, the Buffalo Bills couldn't manage to stop Derek Carr and the lowly Oakland Raiders. »Read

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 An upside of high-speed rail? It's more traveler friendly than flying

In the holiday spirit, here's something cheerful to say about the California bullet train if Gov. Jerry Brown ever gets it assembled: »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, illegal immigration, Legislature, Jeff Morales, George Skelton
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