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Patty Lopez ekes out surprise win over Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra: Political novice Patty Lopez has unseated incumbent Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra (D-Pacoima) in an upset that has stunned the political establishment.
Layoffs ordered at state Senate to avoid deficit: After years of turning down cost-of-living increases for its budget, the state Senate on Friday notified its workforce that 39 employees will be laid off at the end of the year to avoid a multi-million-dollar deficit, a cut of about 4% of the total staff in the upper house.
Rep. Ami Bera credits 'grass-roots operation' in tight reelection win: Rep. Ami Bera (D-Elk Grove) on Thursday said his vast field organization made the difference in his razor-thin reelection victory against a vigorous Republican challenge.
We Didn't Vote: Turnout hits dismal records by Brian Leubitz Yikes. With almost every vote counted across the state, it appears about 42 percent of the state's 17.8 million registered voters cast ballots. That shatters the previous low of 50.5 percent set in 2002, when Gov. Gray Davis won re-election over Republ...
Brown Appoints Leondra R. Kruger, 38, to State Supreme Court: Will join a block of young Brown-appointed justices by Brian Leubitz Governor Brown is making judicial appointments for the long-term. After appointing now Justices Liu and Cuéllar, he has appointed Deputy Assistant Attorney General Leondra R. Kruger to replace Justice Joyce Kennard. Here's the q...
Another Wave Crashes Weakly on California Shores: A few close elections remain by Brian Leubitz Well, another election has come and gone. And once again, California was the break against a national wave election. Sure, there were a few disappointments, and a few races that are still in question. But California is still a state where the divisive...
Enviros note: Coalitions aren’t conspiracies: Some of our worthy opponents in the environmental community have been circulating a presentation I gave to a gathering in Seattle recently in which we discussed the many coalitions and partnerships with whom WSPA is working to effectively represent the petroleum industry in the western United Sta...
Prop. 45: A foe drew personal attacks: As a surgeon, I weigh in on political issues whenever they impact me and my patients, and when I think I can shed additional light on the matter. That was the case this year when I became a vocal opponent of Proposition 45, which would have given the state’s Insurance Commissioner unprecedented n...
CalPERS board member stripped of leadership posts for campaign finance infractions: CalPERS board member Priya Mathur was removed from board leadership positions today because of her latest campaign-finance disclosure infractions.
Opinion: Darrell Steinberg’s record has been a mixed bag: The California Legislature underwent a fundamental transformation in 1980 – largely unappreciated at the time. Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, D-Sacramento, leaves his office after his last day leading session on Saturday, August 30, 2014.
NewsConference: Yaroslavsky, "It's About the People You Never See": LA County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky is termed-out Dec. 1. At 12 noon he leave office for the last time. NBC4's Conan Nolan talks with the supervisor about the very powerful position Yaroslavsky has held for nearly 20 years.
NewsConference EXTRA: CHIRLA, Stepping Out of the Shadows: NBC4'S Conan Nolan talks with Polo Morales, the political director of CHIRLA---Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles. Morales says though it s good news what the president said, there are still a great deal of questions that need to be answered: When does the program kick-in? More...
Head of California’s troubled developmental services agency to retire: Ryan Gabrielson
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