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Is the governor house hunting?: California’s iconic, 138-year-old governor’s mansion, commanding a busy downtown intersection less than a mile from the Capitol, is getting spruced up and may even become home, once again, to California governors. Gov. Jerry Brown, 77, increasingly interested in history, family and tradition, isn...
Economy up, greenhouse gas down: California’s greenhouse gases declined even as the state’s economy expanded, according to state and federal agencies tracking the numbers. State air-quality regulators reported this week that carbon emissions fell by 1.5 million metric tons in 2013, while the economy experienced 2 percent growth,...
Fran Pavley: The quiet crusader: To environmentalists in California, across the nation and around the world, she is a trailblazing leader. To the California Chamber of Commerce and many Republicans, she is the unrealistic author of job-killing, la-de-da legislation. To some, she is a futurist who predicts gas stations will disap...
California Legislature passes mandatory vaccination bill: Gov. Jerry Brown must now decide whether to sign into law a bill that would require mandatory vaccinations for nearly all California schoolchildren.
Why the Supreme Court's redistricting decision matters for California: In one of its final decisions this term, the Supreme Court on Monday upheld the legality of Arizona's citizen redistricting commission, which is responsible for redrawing congressional and legislative district lines. The case was closely watched by legal and political experts in California, s...
Often starved for attention, Republicans leap into debate over road repairs: It's unusual for Republicans to wield much influence in California's Capitol, but the brewing debate over funding road repairs is an exception.
Gov. Brown quickly signs Vaccines Bill: Bill eliminates most non-medical exemptions by Brian Leubitz While SB277 may have drawn a lot of attention and vocal minorities to the Capitol (and anywhere else legislators congregated). But after the recent passage of the legislation, Governor Brown wasted no time in signing the bill yesterday....
Justice Kennedy Pens 5-4 Decision for Marriage Equality: Decision makes marriage equality the law of the land across the nation. by Brian Leubitz You can find many words on the marriage decision plastered all over the interwebs. But I wanted to point out the closing of Justice Kennedy's decision in the 5-4 Obergefell decision. No union is more profoun...
Budget Deal Reached?: Legislature passed bill yesterday with $750mil over Gov.'s budget by Brian Leubitz Yesterday, the Legislature passed a budget as was required by the Constitution (and 2010's Prop 25) to keep their paychecks coming. Senate Budget Chair Mark Leno acknowledged there's no deal yet with Gov. Brown but...
NewsConference: C.L. Nikias' Vision for USC : A conversation with USC President C.L. Max Nikias--one of the most intriguing university chiefs around. Dr. Nikias rose from the ranks as a professor, dean, provost and now 11th president of the University of Southern California. He holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering, a number of patents th...
Politics, Trade and SCOTUS: For 32 years, former House Rules Committee Chair David Dreier was a member of the US House of Representatives. He is now actively involved in a number of think tank organizations. He talks with NBC4's Conan Nolan about the 2016 Presidential race and the very important Trans Pacific Partnership....
Some say Christie's gone too much to govern New Jersey: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's presidential run is adding a new dimension to his already complicated relationship with Democrats in his home state. … Click to Continue »
Back at work: Congress facing busy agenda, funding deadline: After July Fourth fireworks and parades, members of Congress return to work Tuesday facing a daunting summer workload and a pending deadline to fund the government or risk a shutdown in the fall. … Click to Continue »

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