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Inside the Capitol: Should Joint Rule 10.5 be changed?: The burning question of the day: Should Joint Rule 10.5 be changed? If you, like most normal people, have little interest in the Capitol’s battles, then this question prompts a big yawn. But if you engage in the interminable wars over legislation, then this issue is a very, very big deal. So pay ...
CA120: Chasing the GOP vote: As reported by CALmatters last week, the Republican side of the governor’s race has become an interesting contest to watch because, if for no other reason, of the way these candidates are trying to differentiate themselves before the June primary election. A debate in San Francisco led moderator ...
Capitol Weekly Podcast: Dan Morain: Veteran political journalist Dan Morain joins to chat about Steve Poizner, California’s former insurance commissioner who announced this week he wants to get his old job back — only this time by running as an independent, not a Republican. Will the multimillionaire Poizner, by shedding the party ...
This Tom McClintock rival says she advised a four-star general. Is she padding her resume?: Jessica Morse, a Democratic challenger of Tom McClintock, likes to detail an illustrious foreign policy career on the campaign trail. But is it true? … Click to Continue »
Spin the bottle game among newest allegations against female lawmaker: A former employee of Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia filed a complaint with the state on Saturday, seeking to sue the Bell Gardens Democrat for allegedly firing him after he refused to … Click to Continue »
Rolling right on red could soon be cheaper in California: Two state lawmakers are making another attempt at lowering the fine for drivers who fail to completely stop at a red light before making a right turn. Sen. Jerry Hill, … Click to Continue »
L.A. homeless crisis grows despite political promises, many speeches and millions of dollars. How do we fix this?: It was another warm January day, the afternoon sun sailing across a blue sky, the air thick with the scent of urine, rotting trash and human misery. Beginning at Central Avenue and heading west, I counted 16 tents on the south side of 5th Street. My longtime traveling companion, Times photogr...
Garcetti's homeless director departs for Santa Monica job: Alisa Orduña, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s homelessness policy director, is leaving her post to take a similar position with the city of Santa Monica. Orduña was appointed director in 2016, when then-director Greg Spiegel left to go to the Inner City Law Center, where he previously worke...
Ridership on Metro fell to the lowest level in more than a decade last year: Despite a growing population and a booming economy, the number of trips taken on Los Angeles County’s bus and rail network last year fell to the lowest level in more than a decade. Passengers on Metropolitan Transportation Authority buses and trains took 397.5 million trips in 2017, a decline...
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.
California Sues Trump Administration Over Fracking Rule: California's attorney general sued the Trump administration Wednesday for rolling back a fracking rule that the state says is designed to protect public health and the environment.The suit filed by Democratic Attorney General Xavier Becerra challenges the federal Bureau of Land Management's rollb...
Reacting to the GOP Tax Scam: Could this be the time to fix our own tax system? by Brian Leubitz Well, now that the dust has settled a little bit on the mess that is the GOP tax plan, some are looking to find ways to react to the changes. Of course, given that this is California, and we have state taxes that will no longer be...

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