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Senate race: Delving into DiFi: Dianne Feinstein’s long political life has been marked by gunfire, victories, toughness and tragedy. The smart money says it’s not over yet. Feinstein, now 84 and the oldest member of the U. S. Senate, has announced she will run for re-election in 2018, seeking her fifth full term. Her decision p...
Senate race: De León in steep uphill fight: In October of 2015, Bernie Sanders famously said he was “sick and tired of hearing about (Hillary Clinton’s) damn emails.”  In October of 2017, the Democratic political world is already sick and tired of re-litigating the 2016 Democratic presidential primary. But as state Senate Leader Kevin de L...
California gun laws and the Las Vegas shooting: With the toughest gun laws in the nation, California has a few regulations on the books that potentially could have lessened the carnage in the Las Vegas shooting if those laws had been enacted in Nevada. California outlaws bump stocks and large-capacity magazines, both of which shooter Stephen P...
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The Dodgers are winning, but the Little League next door is dying thanks to City Hall inaction: This has been a banner season for the Los Angeles Dodgers. But it’s been a bust for their Little League neighbors and admirers just up the hill from Dodger Stadium, thanks to bobbles and blunders at Los Angeles City Hall. When his work schedule permits, Sergio Villasenor begins his days with ...
L.A. moves to ban pepper spray, tiki torches, gas masks and other items from protests: Alarmed by spasms of violence at protests in Charlottesville, Va., and Berkeley, Los Angeles lawmakers soon could impose new restrictions on what people can bring to public demonstrations and meetings in the city. L.A. already bans protesters from toting wooden planks more than 2 inches wide ...
County approves $1.7-million settlement over jail suicide: The daughters of a mentally ill man who jumped to his death in a Los Angeles jail in 2014 will receive $1.7 million under the terms of a settlement approved by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday. Eric Loberg, who had been diagnosed with schizophrenia and appointed a legal con...
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DiFi And KdL: Is this the fight we want or the fight we need? by Brian Leubitz By this point, unless you’ve been living under a rock, you will have heard about Kevin de León’s entry into the Senate race next year. There have been rumblings for a while, and it seemed that he was going to enter the race whethe...
Brown Vetoes Income Tax Disclosure Requirement for Presidential Candidates: Law would have required release of income taxes in order to be eligible to appear on the California ballot. by Brian Leubitz Sometimes you never know with Governor Brown. And so is the case with SB149: Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed legislation Sunday that would have required presidential candidates to...
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Cub Scout Kicked Out of Den After Asking Lawmaker Questions: A Colorado Cub Scout was kicked out of his den after asking a state senator questions about political issues from gun control to health care legislation, NBC News reported.  The Cub Scout's mother, Lori Mayfield, filmed a video of her 11-year-old son Ames' exchange with a Republican state lawmake...
Cub Scout Kicked Out of Den After Asking Lawmaker Questions: A Colorado Cub Scout was kicked out of his den after asking a state senator questions about the current political issues from gun control issues to health care legislaton taking place across the country, NBC News reported.  The Cub Scout's mother Lori Mayfield filmed a video of her 11-year-old so...
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Court weighing whether graffiti mecca was protected by law: For two decades, Jerry Wolkoff let graffiti artists use his crumbling Queens warehouse complex as a canvas for their vibrant works. Artists gave the spot the name "5Pointz" — a … Click to Continue »
After years of influence, GOP kingmaker's future uncertain: South Carolina political strategist Richard Quinn has boasted a client list that includes Republican notables such as Lindsey Graham and John McCain. The veteran consultant's name has long been synonymous … Click to Continue »

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