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On environment, some lessons for Brown: Gov. Jerry Brown has called Donald Trump’s election the proverbial “heart attack” to get California off of the equivalent of cigarettes — climate-destroying fossil fuels. But for Brown to be the foil to Trump’s anti-environmental policies, it’s going to take a lot more than launching California’s...
Capitol Weekly Podcast: Jay Lund: The Capitol Weekly Podcast crew crosses the Yolo Causeway to sit down with UC Davis Professor Jay Lund, director of the Center for Watershed Sciences. One of the most respected voices in California water, Lund chats about the evolution of the Central Valley’s water storage and delivery systems. H...
Ask Emily: Health and taxes: (Ed’s Note: This story was produced by Kaiser Health News, which publishes California Healthline, a service of the California HealthCare Foundation. The original posting is available here.) K.A. Curtis gave up her career in the nonprofit world in 2008 to care for her ailing parents in Fresno, whi...
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At least seven detainees are held at LAX as protesters rail against Trump's ban: At least seven people, all of whom either hold green cards or U.S. visas, were being detained at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday night as a result of a controversial executive order signed by President Trump, and two people may have been deported. As activists scrambled to fight...
Would this pay for the wall?: Good morning. It is Saturday, Jan. 28. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES And who’s going to pay for it? President Trump’s desire to fund the cost of a wall across the southern border with Mexico has suddenly brought out of obscurity a border-tax idea that has been a...
L.A. to acquire property known as 'crown jewel' in river revitalization strategy: The Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to spend $59.3 million to buy a piece of land billed as a “crown jewel” in Mayor Eric Garcetti’s push to restore an 11-mile stretch of the Los Angeles River. On an 11-0 vote, the council moved ahead with the purchase of the 41-acre site, formally know...
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South Korean prosecutors to indict Samsung's de facto chief: South Korean special prosecutors said they would indict Samsung's de facto chief Tuesday on bribery, embezzlement and other charges linked to a political scandal that has toppled President Park Geun-hye. … Click to Continue »
Stein highlighting opioid abuse in social media initiative: Attorney General Josh Stein says he hopes a new social media initiative addressing the opioid abuse crisis in North Carolina will raise awareness about the problem and give hope to … Click to Continue »
Kentucky House to consider changes to drivers' licenses: Kentucky lawmakers are scheduled to debate a bill to update the state's drivers' licenses to comply with new federal guidelines. The House Appropriations and Revenue Committee is scheduled to debate … Click to Continue »
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New Rules Could Make Undocumented Immigrants Hide: Experts: In El Paso, Texas, Carmen Ramos and her friends have developed a network to keep each other updated by text message on where immigration checkpoints have been set up.She also makes sure she does everything by the book. From sticking to the speed limit to keeping a sharp eye on her surroundings, t...
New Rules Could Make Undocumented Immigrants Hide: Experts: In El Paso, Texas, Carmen Ramos and her friends have developed a network to keep each other updated by text message on where immigration checkpoints have been set up.She also makes sure she does everything by the book. From sticking to the speed limit to keeping a sharp eye on her surroundings, t...
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Schwarzenegger Continues His Gerrymandering Crusade: I’ll admit it. I was against changing how we did our redistricting. Perhaps it was fear of change, but ultimately, it didn’t turn out that badly. California has largely sorted itself politically anyway, with progressives on the coast, and more conservative voters inland. Gerrymandering can’t chan...

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