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Smart cities will move right along with 5G: “Smart cities” refers to the concept of using technology to bring together physical aspects of cities, from cars and street lights to the buildings and residents, and integrating them through data, analytics, and communication. It has  become such a significant topic that it will be a centerpiece...
Capitol Weekly podcast: Paul Mitchell on census impacts: The 2020 census could have a big impact on California’s political districts. The numbers mean everything. For example, will California lose a Congressional seat if the count comes in lower than expected? Some political observers say yes. If we lose a seat, will it be at the expense of an African ...
CA120: California’s shifting populations: Ed’s Note: This is the final story in a three-part series on California redistricting. Click here to see Part 2 and here to see Part 1.  As California grows, the shifts of population within the state can have a dramatic impact on the drawing of future political boundaries. These shifts can be br...
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Southwest L.A. loves 'Obama Boulevard' proposal but wonders: 'Why not a major street?': Even though it runs through the heart of L.A’.s Baldwin Hills/Crenshaw neighborhood, most Angelenos would be hard pressed to locate Rodeo Road on a map. In fact, they’d probably point to its ritzy doppelganger — Beverly Hills’ Rodeo Drive — instead. That may change very soon, however. Residen...
With millions set to lose Obamacare, DWP workers keep getting a sweeter deal: Two news items jumped out at me in the last several days. Item one: The U.S. Senate, after conducting its business behind closed doors, burped up a healthcare reform package that is likely to throw millions of people off the health insurance rolls. Item two: The Los Angeles Department of Wate...
Southwest L.A. loves 'Obama Boulevard' proposal but wonders: 'Why not a major street?': Even though it runs through the heart of L.A’.s Baldwin Hills/Crenshaw neighborhood, most Angelenos would be hard pressed to locate Rodeo Road on a map. In fact, they’d probably point to its ritzy doppelganger — Beverly Hills’ Rodeo Drive — instead. That may change very soon, however. Residen...
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Californians support Single Payer as new analysis shows lower cost: PPIC poll shows support for single payer by Brian Leubitz Building on Robert’s recent post about the cost of single payer, we now have some new data showing that Californians would like to see some form of single payer in the state. PPIC has just released a new poll showing strong support…with a ...
Single-Payer Would Cost A Third of Current Health Care Costs Per Family: The argument for single-payer health care is primarily moral. It’s just wrong to make anyone’s ability to get the health care they need dependent on their ability to pay. Still, even when we win the moral argument, we still have to figure out how to get the system up and running – and how to fun...
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Joe Arpaio on trial over immigration actions echoing Trump's: The immigration rhetoric and crackdowns pushed by President Donald Trump have a familiar ring in Arizona, where former Sheriff Joe Arpaio once used similar tactics to become a national figure. … Click to Continue »
Feds to give update on California's big water tunnels: The federal regulators evaluating Gov. Jerry Brown's decades-old ambitions to re-engineer the water supplies from California's largest river are promising a status update Monday, as Brown's $16 billion proposal to … Click to Continue »
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More Than Just a Skyscraper: LA's Newest Building: NBC4’s Conan Nolan talks to project manager Chris Martin to get the background on the newest addition to LA’s skyline: the Wilshire Grand Center. With 73 stories of office, retail and hotel space, the building is the tallest west of the Mississippi River. It’s hefty price tag: $1.3 billion.
California's Power Glut: Ivan Penn of the Los Angeles Times talk about his continuing investigation into California’s power glut. California has paid Arizona and other states to take California’s excess electricity. Why isn’t this power glut reducing the state's rates, which are among the highest in the nation?

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