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The Fallacy of Taxes v Services: Field poll shows voters want lower taxes and services, just not any of the services they like By Brian Leubitz The Field polling organization occasionally asks voters how they feel about the balance of government services versus taxes. And in the most recent such poll, by a 54% to 35% margin, mos...
Gov. Brown looks to fix Rainy Day Fund measure: Looks to fix 2010's ACA 4 that will appear on November ballot by Brian Leubitz Gov. Brown has always been fond of the concept of a rainy day fund. He's included the concept on many occasions, speeches, budgets, etc. Add "special session" to that list: Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday called a specia...
The Problem with Polling and Top-2: Flawed polling in SoS race by Brian Leubitz With Sen. Yee dropping out of the Secretary of State's race, the media and the polling operations have been in something of a frenzy to figure out how that will impact the race. And, so, you would think that a poll that was being conducted during that m...
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New report says California parks continue to lag: SACRAMENTO -- California’s parks are being dragged down by stagnant leadership, inadequate resources and a failure to serve the state’s growing population of young Latinos, according to a draft report from an independent commission created to examine the troubled park system.
Lawmakers consider a sample of ethics hypothetical scenarios: State senators and their aides spent Wednesday discussing ethics, but it wasn’t all dry reading from handbooks.
Judge Jodi Remke appointed to head California ethics watchdog agency: SACRAMENTO -- With ethics scandals rocking the Capitol, Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday appointed as the new head of California’s ethics watchdog agency a judge who has overseen the discipline of attorneys.
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Democrats in Sacramento present Bills to Take Groundwater Into Government Management System:   California Edging Closer to Regulating Groundwater for the First Time Craig Miller, KQED Science, 4/22/14 We hear a great deal about California’s reliance on its “frozen reservoir,” a reference to the (currently anemic) Sierra snowpack. We hear a lot less about the Golden State’s invisible rese...
Panel: It makes sense to extend health coverage to undocumented immigrants:   Panel: It makes sense to extend health coverage to undocumented immigrants ​The good news is that 3.3 million more Californians have insurance today, thanks to the Affordable Care Act. The not-so-good news is that there are still 3 to 4 million without coverage. A panel discussion on California...
San Fran Teachers: We Demand a 21% Pay Raise So We Can Live in San Fran:   San Francisco Teachers Seek 21% Pay Increase, Cite Skyrocketing Housing Costs by Bay City News, 4/22/14 San Francisco teachers are rallying ahead of a Board of Education meeting this evening, calling for a 21 percent pay increase to allow teachers to continue living in the city as housing costs...
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The State Worker: Caltrans’ Fix50 PR team gets opening day win: Sacramento political strategist Aaron McLear’s tweet and dozens of others like it on Wednesday represented a big win for Caltrans’ Fix50 communications campaign.
Court won't review Michael Jackson doctor's case: The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to review the involuntary manslaughter conviction of Michael Jackson's doctor, rejecting his lawyer's petition without comment. FILE - In this Friday, Oct. 21, 2011 file photo, Michael Jackson's former doctor Conrad Murray sits in a courtroom du...
Court won't review Michael Jackson doctor's case: The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to review the involuntary manslaughter conviction of Michael Jackson's doctor, rejecting his lawyer's petition without comment. FILE - In this Friday, Oct. 21, 2011 file photo, Michael Jackson's former doctor Conrad Murray sits in a courtroom du...
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Judge: Ex-Bell Official "Became a Hog": A former assistant chief administrator accused of illegally boosting her salary and those of other city officials by misappropriating millions of taxpayer dollars was sentenced Thursday in a public corruption scandal that outraged a community southeast of downtown Los Angeles. Angela Spaccia, who...
Ex-Bell Official Spaccia Sentenced in Corruption Case: Bell's former assistant chief administrator was sentenced Thursday in a public corruption case involving several of her colleagues and millions of taxpayer dollars in the community southeast of downtown Los Angeles. Angela Spaccia, who was charged with 13 corruption-related felony counts includin...
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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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