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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...
Butte County Considers Fracking Ban: County concerned about water and seismic risk by Brian Leubitz Butte County doesn't actually have any fracking operations right now, and isn't likely to become a hotbed of fracking anytime soon. But the Board of Supervisors is making a preemptive statement this week: Tuesday the Board of Supervis...
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Gov. Jerry Brown seeks to focus attention on reserve-fund proposal: SACRAMENTO -- By calling a special session of the Legislature for later this month, Gov. Jerry Brown is hoping to focus attention on a key part of his budget proposal, the creation of a new reserve fund.
Jerry Brown calls legislative special session to debate reserve plan: SACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday called a legislative special session to prod lawmakers to approve his proposal for creating a new reserve fund, which the governor says will insulate the state from the economic turbulence it's suffered in the past.
Tony Strickland takes congressional campaign to cable TV ads: Republican Tony Strickland, running to succeed Rep. Buck McKeon (R-Santa Clarita), on Tuesday launched a cable TV ad for his campaign.
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Eleven States Allow Other Countries Our Medicaid Health Care Records—Exposing Personal Histories to the World:   OIG Raises Concerns About States’ Outsourcing of Medicaid IT Work iHealthbeat,  4/15/14 Eleven states outsource internationally some of their IT-related Medicaid administrative work, including nine states that lack laws to limit how private health information is shared overseas, according to a ...
Voter Fraud Easy in California—Proof:   California’s on-line voter registration system lacks sufficient safeguards and enables voting fraud Over 6,000 duplicate registrations generated on line in just nine counties, with over 100 appearing to vote twice on November 6, 2012. Election Integrity Project,  4/15/14 SANTA CLARITA, CA. Apri...
What Recovery? Up to 1,000 SoCal Edison Employees to be Fired—ONLY Non Union Employees:   SoCal Edison to conduct mass firings “SCE’s employment growth is not sustainable,” a company memo said. Scott Bridges, LA Business Journal,  4/15/14 Southern California Edison Co. is trimming the fat, which is to euphemistically say firing several hundred of its employees. “SCE’s employment gro...
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Jerry Brown back to negotiating table with Republicans over rainy-day fund: Gov. Jerry Brown called Wednesday for a special session of the Legislature to take up his proposal to create a rainy-day fund, and for the first time since 2011 he will have to negotiate a major budget deal with Republicans.
Jerry Brown back to negotiating table with Republicans over rainy-day fund: Gov. Jerry Brown called Wednesday for a special session of the Legislature to take up his proposal to create a rainy-day fund, and for the first time since 2011 he will have to negotiate a major budget deal with Republicans.
Field Poll: Drought responses split California: Californians agree their state is parched, but they diverge by region on how supplies dried up and what should be done about the drought, according to the latest Field Poll. A sparse amount of snow in the Sierra surrounds the low water level at the Union Valley Reservoir in El Dorado Coun...
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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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