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Knight tells Donnelly not to walk precincts for him: State Sen. Stephen Knight (R-Palmdale) said Wednesday he has told controversial GOP Assemblyman Tim Donnelly not to walk precincts for him in Santa Clarita this weekend.
Gov. Jerry Brown vetoes anti-discrimination measure for unemployed: Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a measure Wednesday that would have barred employers from discriminating against unemployed job seekers.
Tim Donnelly to walk precincts for Knight in congressional race:  GOP Assemblyman Tim Donnelly of Twin Peaks, perhaps the most outspoken conservative in the Legislature, plans to campaign this weekend  for state Sen. Stephen Knight, one of two Republicans battling to succeed a retiring congressman this fall.
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Alex Padilla Will Bring Innovation and Efficiency to the SoS Office: Effective legislator will bring new energy to SoS office by Brian Leubitz I'm not as big of a critic of Debra Bowen's time in office as some others. To be clear, while the office could have done a better job in some areas, like Cal-Access and some other very important data tools, she has made a c...
Governor's Debate Gets Fiesty: Governor and challenger spar in sole debate by Brian Leubitz Neel Kashkari had his big moment in the spotlight last night at the governor's debate. Jerry Brown remains the prohibitive favorite with a 19.5 point lead in the RCP polling average. At this point, it would take something of a disaster ...
A Few Bills of Note: Plastic Bags, Accreditation, Uber: As legislative deadline draws near, bills aplenty by Brian Leubitz It's that time of year again. The season for quickie news stories proclaiming one new law or another. With the legislative deadline coming at the end of the month for bills to get out of the Legislature, we will be seeing plenty m...
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Unemployment falls to 7 percent in Sacramento; steady at 7.4 percent statewide: Sacramento’s unemployment rate fell to 7 percent last month, a drop of four-tenths of a point, while California’s unemployment rate held steady at 7.4 percent. In this June 23, 2014 photo, recruiter Christina O, with New Western Acquisitions, left, take Raheem Shaw's resumé during a job fair...
License plate scanner networks capture movements: A rapidly expanding digital network that uses cameras mounted to traffic signals and police cruisers captures the movements of millions of vehicles across the U.S., regardless of whether the drivers are being investigated by law enforcement. San Diego County Deputy Sheriff Ben Chassen looks ...
License plate scanner networks capture movements: A rapidly expanding digital network that uses cameras mounted to traffic signals and police cruisers captures the movements of millions of vehicles across the U.S., regardless of whether the drivers are being investigated by law enforcement. San Diego County Deputy Sheriff Ben Chassen looks ...
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Mayor: Minimum Wage Bump Would "Restore Dignity": Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced a proposal to raise the city's minimum wage to $13.25 an hour and "restore dignity for all Angelenos" when he attended a Labor Day rally Monday in South Los Angeles.Garcetti has been shopping a plan to business groups to raise the  minimum wage to $13.25 ...
Kuehl, Shriver Debate: Sheila Kuehl and Bobby Shriver faced off in a debate Tuesday to fill a Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors seat.The runoff candidates debated in anticipation of the Nov. 4 general election. End to "Dangerously Hot Weather" in Sight The five-m...
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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...
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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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