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Gov. Brown bids farewell to outgoing Senate, Assembly leaders: Gov. Jerry Brown made his way to both the Senate and Assembly floors Thursday to bid farewell, at times with tongue in cheek, to the departing leaders of those two bodies.
Lawmakers OK bill to remove tax deduction for pro sports owners' fines: A bill that would prevent professional sports team owners from deducting league fines from their taxes cleared the California Legislature on Thursday.
After L.A. County scandal, Legislature OKs tax agent regulations: Following the corruption charges of Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez, the Assembly approved a measure that would put property tax agents on a tighter leash.
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Assembly Passes Victim-Centered Sexual Assault Policy: Would require unambigious affirmative consent by Brian Leubitz The Assembly passed Sen. Kevin de León's SB967 yesterday, requiring two-sided affirmative consent on college campuses. A bill doing so, SB967, passed the Assembly on a 52-16 vote Monday as states and universities across the U.S. are u...
Governor Signs Smartphone Theft Bill: Leno bill requires anti-theft software by Brian Leubitz Gov. Brown signed Sen. Leno's SB 962 today addressing the growing epidemic of smartphone theft in California. SB 962 requires all smartphones sold in California to come pre-equipped with theft-deterring technological solutions to render the ...
A Necessary Drop in the Immigration Bucket: California leaders agree to $3M for legal aid for undocumented children While three million dollars is really just a drop in the bucket for the  the many undocumented children and their legal expenses, it sends a strong statement: Gov. Jerry Brown, Attorney General Kamala Harris and Legislative l...
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VIDEO: Tom Steyer plans to spend money on legislative races: Tom Steyer, the billionaire environmental activist who is spending heavily on political races nationwide, said Thursday that he plans to pour $1 million into legislative contests in California this year, possibly including Democrat-versus-Democrat races. Environmental activist and billionair...
VIDEO: Tom Steyer plans to spend money on legislative races: Tom Steyer, the billionaire environmental activist who is spending heavily on political races nationwide, said Thursday that he plans to pour $1 million into legislative contests in California this year, possibly including Democrat-versus-Democrat races.
LIVE BLOG: Bills do or die: California legislative session closing hours: Follow the closing hours of the California legislative session with updates from The Sacramento Bee's Capitol Bureau staff. Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, left, hugs State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara, after the bill they co-authored, along with Assemblyman Das William...
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Perry in NH: Charges All Politics: New Hampshire wasn't kind to Texas Governor Rick Perry back in 2012. He's hoping voters in the granite state will give him a fresh start as he considers another presidential bid in 2016.On Friday, Governor Perry returned to New Hampshire for a series of GOP sponsored events.He met with business l...
Perry in NH: Charges All Politics: New Hampshire wasn't kind to Texas Governor Rick Perry back in 2012. He's hoping voters in the granite state will give him a fresh start as he considers another presidential bid in 2016.On Friday, Governor Perry returned to New Hampshire for a series of GOP sponsored events.He met with business l...
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Trash Cans at End of Food Line in LAUSD—By Design:   LAUSD and the Ritualistic Killing of School Written by Odysseus Bostick, City Watch,  5/12/14 THE BOSTIC REPORT-If the Los Angeles Unified School District were a used car, parents would be reading the fine print of California’s historic lemon law by the end of first grade. The second largest sc...
Finally, Parents are Fighting Back Against Mediocre Government Education:     Opting Out: Why My Son Will Never Take State Tests Written by Pauline Hawkins, City Watch,  5/13/14 EDUCATION POLITICS-I’m taking a stand this year: My son is not taking the standardized state tests that are being mandated by the government. His school will receive a zero for my opting him ou...
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Head of California’s troubled developmental services agency to retire: Ryan Gabrielson
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rough_tumble: Good Morning, your Rough & Tumble is ready http://t.co/W48pKJ3GfN #CAgov #capolitics #caleg: rough_tumble: Good Morning, your Rough & Tumble is ready http://t.co/W48pKJ3GfN #CAgov #capolitics #caleg
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calipolitics: California Pension Reform Coming to Ballot Near You - http://t.co/L7XTVeYo: calipolitics: California Pension Reform Coming to Ballot Near You - http://t.co/L7XTVeYo

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