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In little-scrutinized state races, Chiang and Jones bank millions: Two little-scrutinized races for California treasurer and insurance commissioner reflected a trend marking nearly all of the statewide contests this year -- Democratic dominance and Republican struggles to raise cash, according to campaign finance reports filed Thursday.
GOP candidates for controller, secretary of state end June in debt: The Republicans vying to be controller and secretary of state entered the general election in the red, according to campaign finance reports filed with the state Thursday.
GOP, Democratic leaders pouring money into key state Senate contests: Political party leaders are funneling large amounts of cash and other resources into three key legislative contests that could decide whether Democrats will regain their supermajority in the state Senate in the November election.
Neel Kashkari goes homeless for a week, and learns all the wrong lessons: California Republican gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari did a stunt spending a week homeless in Fresno looking for a job, then wrote about it in the Wall Street Journal. It turns out--shock!--that getting a job isn't as easy as asking for one, and--double shock!--relying on our patchwork safe...
Carly Fiorina for President?: Former Senate candidate and HP CEO shows some signs of presidential interest by Brian Leubitz If you ask a bunch of Republicans who they think will be their presidential nominee, you will get, well, a bunch of different answers. And without that seemingly strong candidate to scare away others, a ...
Six Californias Signature Verification Progress Report: The Secretary of State has begun posting the random sample updates for Tim Draper's initiative to divide the state into six Californias. You can find the most current update at http://www.sos.ca.gov/election... but I'll summarize today's for you. According to the report, Draper turned in 1,038,8...
Union: Employees forced to falsify suicide-watch documents: The union representing California state psychiatric technicians says that two of members were forced to fake inmate suicide-monitoring records and were then disciplined when video recordings revealed the false documentation. An inmate sits at the mental health unit at the California Departme...
Sen. Leland Yee pleads not guilty to racketeering charge: Suspended state Sen. Leland Yee on Thursday pleaded not guilty to racketeering charges newly added to a federal case accusing him of accepting thousands of dollars in bribes and offering to set up international arms deals. In this March 26, 2014 file photo, California state Sen. Leland Yee,...
Appellate court overturns high-speed rail rulings: A state appellate court on Thursday overturned two lower court rulings that had stalled funding for California's $68 billion bullet train, handing a big win to Gov. Jerry Brown's signature project and allowing the state to resume selling bonds to pay for it. A high-speed train moves through a ...
5 Things to Know About New House GOP Leader McCarthy: House Republicans are getting a new second-in-command this week, as Rep. Kevin McCarthy takes over for outgoing House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. The California native was selected for the position in June, after Cantor was handed a surprising defeat by a little-known GOP challenger in Virgnia's...
Yee Pleads Not Guilty to RICO Count: Suspended state Sen. Leland Yee pleaded not guilty on Thursday – as he did before to previous charges – to the latest racketeering charge, which alone carries a maximum 20-year sentence. The senator, who is out on $500,000 bond, appeared to be in a good mood in the hallway of the U.S. District...
Trash Cans at End of Food Line in LAUSD—By Design:   LAUSD and the Ritualistic Killing of School Written by Odysseus Bostick, City Watch,  5/12/14 THE BOSTIC REPORT-If the Los Angeles Unified School District were a used car, parents would be reading the fine print of California’s historic lemon law by the end of first grade. The second largest sc...
Finally, Parents are Fighting Back Against Mediocre Government Education:     Opting Out: Why My Son Will Never Take State Tests Written by Pauline Hawkins, City Watch,  5/13/14 EDUCATION POLITICS-I’m taking a stand this year: My son is not taking the standardized state tests that are being mandated by the government. His school will receive a zero for my opting him ou...
Head of California’s troubled developmental services agency to retire: Ryan Gabrielson
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