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The Sacramento Bee joins statewide media collaborative to access police conduct records: The Sacramento Bee has joined more than 30 news organizations throughout California to report on law enforcement records that have become public under California’s new police transparency law. The law, … Click to Continue »
UC fields scandal questions + Housing transgender inmates + Small business day: Good morning and happy Tuesday! PAYING TO GET IN The Assembly Budget Subcommittee on Education Finance has a heavy agenda today. Members plan to discuss the U.S. Department of Justice’s … Click to Continue »
To save Dreamers, some Latino Democrats say they’ll have to defeat Trump in 2020: Democrats in the Hispanic Caucus have competing ideas on how to tackle comprehensive immigration reform, and one of the biggest questions within their party is whether they’ll work with Republicans … Click to Continue »
A California battle over swordfish — and gill nets: Conservationists are pushing a $1 million effort this summer to change the way swordfish are caught off the California coast by phasing out the use of gill nets. They are the mile-long nylon nets used to catch swordfish but that also ensnare other species, causing conservation organizations to se...
CA120: In 2020, don’t forget California’s GOP primary: With the coming 2020 Presidential primary, all eyes are on the plethora of Democratic candidates joining the fray, and the big possibility that an early California contest could catapult one or more contenders past Super Tuesday. With all this activity on the left, few are looking at what could b...
Capitol Weekly Podcast: State Sen. Tom Umberg on the death penalty: California state Sen. Tom Umberg is one of the most prominent Democrats to break with Gov. Gavin Newsom on the governor’s decision this week to put the death penalty on hold in the Golden State. A former federal prosecutor, a U.S. Army officer and military prosecutor — as well as a veteran of the...
Faced with lawsuits and FBI raids targeting her husband, Richelle Huizar drops her campaign for his L.A. City Council seat: Richelle Huizar ended her brief campaign for Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday, following a tumultuous month marked by two lawsuits against her husband and an FBI raid of her home. Huizar, wife of Councilman Jose Huizar, had launched a bid for her husband’s seat two months ago and was imm...
Huizar returns to City Council but stays mum on the ongoing FBI probe: Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar showed up for his first council meeting since FBI agents raided his home and office, but he declined to discuss the federal investigation that broke into the open this month. “I’m here to do my job. I’m here to work,” Huizar said when asked about the pr...
A Changing of the Guard: Perhaps we don’t get big high wooly hats like they do at Buckingham Palace, but today will see a big transition for California. As in 2017 when Kamala Harris replaced Sen. Boxer, the transition from Brown to Newsom will be more than one of age or style, but of a real change in California politic...
An update on election results: The GOP is no longer a statewide party: There are still over 4 million votes to count, but with what we have so far, the California results are looking outstanding. Of the six congressional districts that we were targeting most heavily, it looks like we will flip at least four. Steve Knight has conceded to Katie Hill. Harley Rouda is ...
President Trump Says He Would Talk to Mueller Under Oath: President Donald Trump told reporters he would be willing to be interviewed under oath by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in the ongoing Russia probe.

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