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Engaging Latino voters in California: A new law went into effect on Jan. 1 that will automatically register to vote millions of people who are getting (or renewing) a driver’s license in California, unless they opt out. This law is expected to dramatically increase the number registered voters in California and many political experts...
Tensions mount at state Capitol: No one in and around the Capitol knows what will happen; almost everyone is worried. Republicans in Washington are moving at long last to follow through on their oft-repeated vow to dismantle the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  On Friday the House, along mostly partisan lines, approved the first step...
Capitol Weekly Podcast: David Quintana: We kick off 2017 with a visit to lobbyist David Quintana, the brains behind the Back to Session Bash — the hottest political party of the season — which is on track for Thursday, Jan. 12. We get the lowdown on the origin of the bash, the best and worst moments of past Bashes, what, exactly, Cooli...
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Democrats hope to dent Trump’s health pick, raise questions about stock trades: Senate Democrats are expected Wednesday to grill President-elect Donald Trump’s choice to oversee the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, focusing on what they say is a “pattern” of … Click to Continue »
White House concedes it won't close Guantanamo after all: The White House said Tuesday that the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba will still be open when President Barack Obama leaves office, conceding that a core campaign promise will … Click to Continue »
The Latest: France urges Trump to stay committed to world: The Latest on President-elect Donald Trump (all times EST): 7 p.m. France's ambassador to the United Nations says his nation has a message for President-elect Donald Trump: "Stay committed to … Click to Continue »
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Koretz pulls his support for Caruso's proposed 20-story tower, calling it 'too tall': Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Koretz, under fire from an opponent in the March election, said Thursday that he has pulled his support for a controversial 20-story residential tower proposed near the Beverly Center. Koretz, standing on La Cienega Boulevard near the project site, said he now...
A tale of money and power along La Cienega Boulevard: Good morning. It’s Wednesday, Dec. 28, and here’s what’s going on across California: TOP STORIES Money and power Los Angeles mega-developer Rick Caruso wants Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City Council to approve a 20-story residential tower on La Cienega Boulevard, on a site where n...
No charges for government critic who penned racist comments and images about L.A. City Council member: Prosecutors have declined to file charges against a vocal critic of the Los Angeles City Council who submitted a card during a public meeting with racially incendiary drawings, including a burning cross. The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office said the card submitted by Encino attor...
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New Polls Find Most Americans Sour on Trump's Transition: New polling shows that the majority of Americans disapprove of the way President-elect Donald Trump is handling his transition into power, with less than a week to go until his inauguration.Just 40 percent of respondents approve of how Trump is handling his transition, according to two polls rele...
Voices From Inauguration Weekend: Who Is Going to DC and Why: Donald Trump will be sworn in as the country's 45th president on Friday and thousands of his supporters from across the country will attend to witness the historic event. They hope his presidency will be the start of an American revival that will bring greater prosperity to the country.The next d...
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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...

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