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Center stage: California’s economic complexity: California will soon have a population of 40 million. It is a huge, diverse, complex state — really more of a nation-state made of distinct regions. And California’s economy is equally complex. In fact, it’s not a state economy at all, but a series of regional economies. Californians know that th...
Stem cell agency okays $15 million for new research: After a hiccup last month, the California stem cell agency this week  coughed up $15 million for a quartet of researchers looking into Alzheimer’s disease, cartilage repair, arthritis and sickle cell disease, but not before lopping off a big chunk of one proposal. Action by the governing board of...
A moving story: How consumers get victimized: Gwen Caplan’s nightmare began with a Yelp search. It was the summer of 2012 and the middle-aged mother of two was looking for someone to move her and her kids from San Rafael, Calif., to Glendale, Ariz. Money was tight, so Caplan scoured the web for an affordable but reputable moving company. Ove...
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Clinton decries rise of fake news in first speech since loss: Hillary Clinton decried the rise of fake news as an "epidemic" in her first speech since losing the presidential election last month. Clinton addressed fake news during a speech for … Click to Continue »
Right to the end, Trump campaign spent less than Clinton's: Donald Trump's campaign spent about $94 million in its final push for the White House, according to new fundraising reports filed Thursday. The Republican continued his campaign-long trend of spending … Click to Continue »
New coalition will push back on repeal of Obama health law: Supporters of the 2010 health care law will launch a political coalition Friday to block its repeal. They're targeting Republican lawmakers whose constituents may now be at risk of losing … Click to Continue »
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L.A. City Atty. Mike Feuer heads to March election with no opponent; charter school founder drops mayoral bid: Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer won’t have an opponent on the March 7 municipal ballot, leaving him all but guaranteed a victory in his bid for a second and final term. No one stepped forward to run against Feuer, who was first elected to the post in 2013. In a statement, Feuer said he is “...
L.A. backs measures to roll back 'mansionization' in single-family neighborhoods: Spurred by years of complaints from neighborhood groups, the Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to seek new restrictions on “mansionization” — the practice of constructing houses that are far larger than those nearby. On a 13-0 vote, lawmakers asked City Atty. Mike Feuer to rewrite sect...
No evidence to verify bomb threat on L.A.'s subway system, investigators conclude: Investigators have found no evidence to corroborate a warning of a terrorist plot to bomb the Universal City Metro station, defusing fears of an imminent attack in the heart of Los Angeles’ sprawling public transit system, authorities said late Tuesday. Federal investigators determined that t...
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Hillary Clinton Warns Against 'Epidemic' of Fake News: Hillary Clinton appealed Thursday for a bipartisan fight against an "epidemic of malicious, fake news," calling the dissemination of false propaganda a threat with "real-world consequences.""It's now clear that so-called fake news can have real world consequences. This isn't about politics or par...
Hillary Clinton Warns Against 'Epidemic' of Fake News: Hillary Clinton appealed Thursday for a bipartisan fight against an "epidemic of malicious, fake news," calling the dissemination of false propaganda a threat with "real-world consequences.""It's now clear that so-called fake news can have real world consequences. This isn't about politics or par...
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Ron Calderon Gets Sentenced: Way back in 2008, I called out a Senator for a bill that I thought invaded medical privacy. The original post was fairly policy focused. His chief of staff didn’t much care for what I wrote, and let me know. I told him that I would republish his email, and he said go for it. So, I did just that r...
The Election That Was: Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris lead the way for a strong night for Democrats by Brian Leubitz While the presidential race wasn’t as close as some had expected, the election results were good for the Democratic Party. In the Senate race, AG Kamala Harris got over 40% of the vote, and will face ...

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