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California lawmaker wants to pare six-figure pay for state boards: California Senate leader Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) announced Thursday the appointment of former Democratic Sen. Ellen Corbett to a $128,109 post on the state Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board, but one lawmaker is trying to put an end to such soft landing pads for political insiders.
Latino leaders scramble to find another Senate candidate without Villaraigosa: A day after Antonio Villaraigosa  said he would not run for the U.S. Senate in 2016, Latino legislators were scrambling Wednesday to find another candidate who might represent their interests in the contest.
Antonio Villaraigosa run for California governor? 'Future is wide open': A day after announcing that he would not run for Barbara Boxer's U.S. Senate seat, former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa had this to say Wednesday about a possible run for California governor:
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Art Pulaski: Workers are Left in the Dark with Fast Track: by Rachel Johnson There's trouble brewing in Washington D.C. for American workers. In the coming weeks, our congress will decide whether or not to pass Fast Track legislation that will allow trade deals to be made behind closed doors and without any oversight from the people most impacted: Ameri...
Speaker Atkins Unveils Critical Plan to Rebuild Transportation Infrastructure, Create Good Jobs: by Steve Smith, California Labor Federation About 1/3 of all the bridges and overpasses in our state are showing signs of deterioration (i.e. crumbling). Seventy percent of our urban roads and highways are congested. California has the second-highest share of roads in "poor condition" in the nati...
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Survey: Brown’s ratings high, but “big projects” questioned: Governor Jerry Brown continues to receive strong approval from voters in California. The results of the latest Field Poll find nearly 56% of the state’s voters approving of Brown’s performance in office, while 32% disapprove. Underpinning this very positive assessment is the widely held perceptio...
Water rights’ cost draws scrutiny: A provision in California’s landmark 2014 Water Bond Act, Proposition 1, could lead California into overspending on water — and that has sparked concern  from the Legislature’s nonpartisan fiscal adviser. The voter-approved, $7.54 billion bond provides, among other things, watershed protection an...
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VA chief backs outside care as 'choice' program falters: Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald said Thursday he remains committed to a law making it easier for veterans to get private health care, but he offered few answers for lawmakers irritated at the slow effort to put the law in place. … Click to Continue »
Perry attorneys ask Texas appeals court to toss felony case: Attorneys for former Gov. Rick Perry have asked a Texas appeals court to dismiss felony charges against the possible 2016 presidential candidate on free speech grounds, arguing that what's "at stake is not just the freedom of one man." … Click to Continue »
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NJ Officer Meets President Obama: Although cops are used to being called to important gatherings, a New Jersey officer was shocked to discover who she would be meeting at an upcoming event.Officer Virginia Matias of the Camden County Police was told by Chief Scott Thompson that she would be meeting President Barack Obama.“He call...
Runoff for Rahm: Mayor Falls Short: Rahm Emanuel failed to clinch another term as Chicago's mayor on Tuesday, setting the stage for an unprecedented runoff election against challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia.Results showed the incumbent mayor with about 46 percent of the vote, short of the 50 percent-plus-one support he needs to win an...
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