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2018 elections: Voters eye deluge of water money: California voters may be asked this year to approve $13 billion in two separate water bonds that promise to pay for safe drinking water and improve flood protection. Proposition 68, the California Clean Water and Safe Parks Act, is a $4.1 billion measure and is already set for the June 5 ballot. ...
Claims adjusters need training, background checks: Recently Capitol Weekly printed an article by David Farber (“Don’t fix unbroken system for claims adjusters,” April 16) asserting that the California Department of Insurance (CDI) was advocating for a bill, SB 1291 by state Sen. Bill Dodd, which would, in Farber’s words, “create a shortage of cla...
CA120: Political intrigue: BOE’s redistricting and the gas tax: Whether you liked it or not, the California Board of Equalization successfully blocked a gas tax increase last month.  This saved Californians 4-cents per gallon at the pump, but handed Gov. Jerry Brown and lawmakers a $617 million hole in the state budget. What caused this rather dramatic policy...
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Gas tax repeal gets more cash from California GOP: California Congressman Kevin McCarthy doubled down on his fight to roll back California's gas tax increase this year. Federal financial disclosures reveal McCarthy donated $100,000 in late February to the … Click to Continue »
Will California fail financially without single-payer health care? Candidates for governor disagree: Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, the frontrunner for California governor says he "doesn't see an alternative" to a taxpayer-financed single-payer health care system run by state government. If California doesn't drastically … Click to Continue »
Where candidates for California stand on single-payer health care: As the state contemplates major changes as to how health care will be financed and delivered, California gubernatorial candidates have outlined their positions. Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and former state … Click to Continue »
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Thousands march in L.A. to mark anniversary of Armenian genocide: In a sea of protesters, Arsineh Sarkisian’s cry still rang through. “Payqar, payqar! Minchev verj!” Persist, persist. Until the end. Every April, the 23-year-old student comes to Little Armenia to mark the anniversary of the Armenian genocide. On Tuesday, she joined tens of thousands of march...
Thousands march in L.A. to mark anniversary of Armenian genocide: Thousands of demonstrators marched Tuesday along Hollywood Boulevard and through the Fairfax neighborhood to mark the 103rd anniversary of the Armenian genocide. Draped in red, blue and orange, the sea of demonstrators was led by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to demand that Turkey recognize...
Essential California: More rent control, maybe?: Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Tuesday, April 24, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Monday he would “absolutely” consider extending L.A. limits on rent increases to cover newly built apartmen...
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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...
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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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