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2015/03/26 13:58
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California state government has a long, perplexing history of bungled technology projects. How does this keep happening – in the home state of Silicon Valley no less? A subcommittee of the Senate...
2015/03/26 13:58
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2015/03/23 06:02
2015/03/23 06:02
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State Senate Republican Leader Bob Huff didn’t have to look far for the winner of his “Woman of the Year” award. In fact, he only had to gaze across the dinner table. The Diamond Bar legislator,...
2015/03/20 23:33
2015/03/20 23:33
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Metro Bus operator Juan Navarro, demonstrating safety equipment as he closes metal door and plexiglass on bus at press conference at LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority as Metro Highlights...
2015/03/20 23:25
2015/03/20 23:25
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - The leader of the state Senate says he is traveling to Japan next week and will miss voting on a $1 billion drought-relief package he announced. Senate President Pro Tem...
2015/03/20 15:23
2015/03/20 15:23
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SACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders on Thursday proposed a $1 billion package of emergency legislation meant to help California weather its crippling drought. But a news conference...
2015/03/20 07:58
2015/03/20 07:58
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The question: What has taken so long? In his initial budget proposal, Brown allocated a paltry $23 million from the $7.5 billion bond approved by voters in November to deal with the drought. That...
2015/03/20 02:05
2015/03/20 02:05
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Four years of drought, and now a warm spring is expected to make it worse. Gov. Jerry Brown says California needs relief and needs it now, calling for $1 billion in emergency funds to help...
2015/03/19 20:58
2015/03/19 20:58
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With California trudging into its fourth dry year, Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders on Thursday announced $1.1 billion in emergency funding for flood protection and drought relief. The...
2015/03/19 20:05
2015/03/19 20:05
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SACRAMENTO — Joined by legislative leaders from both parties, Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday announced emergency drought-relief action that will speed the allocation of more than $1 billion in bond...
2015/03/19 04:02
2015/03/19 04:02
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Touting his early warnings of Orange County’s 1994 bankruptcy, former county Supervisor John Moorlach officially declared his candidacy for state Senate on Wednesday, joining Assemblyman Don Wagner in...
2015/03/19 04:02
2015/03/19 04:02
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John Moorlach has begun packing for the job of Orange County’s newest member of the state Senate. A runoff is still mathematically possible, though, and opponent Don Wagner is holding out hope that...
2015/03/17 14:58
2015/03/17 14:58
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Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff, R-Diamond Bar, is taking steps to run for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, a spokesman said late Monday. Huff has filed preliminary paperwork with the...
2015/03/16 08:02
2015/03/16 08:02
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A historic thing happened this month at the California Republican Party Spring Organizing Convention in Sacramento – the party voted to formally recognize the California Chapter of the Log Cabin...
2015/03/11 09:33
2015/03/11 09:33
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Sacramento, CA — Several Republican California lawmakers are jumping into a debate regarding the U.S. Flag, and whether it can be banned from student campuses. A Constitutional amendment is being...
2015/03/08 08:58
2015/03/08 08:58
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California, long viewed as a leader among the country’s states for its precedent-setting legislation, has a couple of top ratings that tarnish its progressive reputation – dire poverty and a yawning...
2015/03/02 17:24
2015/03/02 17:24
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There shouldn't have been any surprise at the first piece of legislation written by Assemblywoman Catharine Baker, R-Dublin. During her race for the 16th District seat, she campaigned on a platform to...
2015/03/01 01:58
2015/03/01 01:58
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The theme of Friday night’s state Republican Party convention dinner was “Celebrating Our Successes,” which would seem to be an oxymoron. After all, the party didn’t win any statewide offices last...
2015/02/27 08:13
2015/02/27 08:13
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif.--A state senator wants to repeal a law that prohibits families from getting extra welfare money for having an additional child. Currently, California law known as the Maximum...
2015/02/27 03:33
2015/02/27 03:33
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Sacramento, CA — A proposed $75-dollar fee on real estate transaction documents would go towards developing affordable housing for lower income California residents. It’s part of a proposal...
2015/02/26 02:44
2015/02/26 02:44
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SACRAMENTO — Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins on Tuesday called for placing a fee of up to $225 on property transfers and boosting the state’s low-income housing tax credit by $300 million as part of her...
2015/03/26 13:58
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