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2014/11/23 06:58
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On any given night, 2,500 people are homeless in Sacramento County. For a variety of reasons – some understandable, some less so – that number has been essentially unchanged for at least seven...
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2014/11/21 20:58
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A month after taking leadership of the California Senate, Sen. Kevin de Leòn has begun laying off dozens of people who work for the Senate’s administrative arm. The reductions were blamed on budget...
2014/11/20 22:58
2014/11/20 22:58
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The new Sacramento Kings arena survived another court challenge Thursday, as an appeals court denied arena opponents’ request for an injunction that would have halted construction on the $477-million...
2014/11/19 18:28
2014/11/19 18:28
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The Federal Mental Health Parity & Addictions Equity Act requiring health plans to provide mental health benefits on par with medical benefits has been in place since 2008. Final regulations go into...
2014/11/16 05:58
2014/11/16 05:58
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When Sen. Ricardo Lara ran for a Los Angeles-area seat in the Legislature in 2010, he turned to a veteran Sacramento campaign consultant to help him get elected: Richie Ross, who has decades of...
2014/11/10 06:58
2014/11/10 06:58
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Like fire clearing an old growth forest, last week’s election elevated a class of freshman lawmakers who will join last cycle’s surge of first-term legislators to form one of the least experienced...
2014/11/07 04:24
2014/11/07 04:24
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SACRAMENTO- Voters in California passed Proposition 47 this week, which reclassifies certain felonies to misdemeanors. That reclassification ultimately eliminates jail time for some offenders. “The...
2014/11/06 20:33
2014/11/06 20:33
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Sacramento, CA — A new state report looks at the effectiveness of law enforcement agencies using GPS devices to monitor sex offenders. Proposition 83, Jessica’s Law, was passed by voters in 2006. It...
2014/11/06 06:02
2014/11/06 06:02
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Nearly two-thirds of parole agents who monitor sex offenders juggle caseloads that exceed department standards, a state corrections review reported Wednesday in response to an Orange County murder...
2014/11/06 04:58
2014/11/06 04:58
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Criminal justice reform advocates on Wednesday hailed the passage of Proposition 47 as a landmark change in how California treats low-level offenders and said they believe it demonstrates the...
2014/11/06 04:58
2014/11/06 04:58
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Two longtime Sacramento leaders lost their bids for higher office Tuesday, as the region voted in a trio of Democrat-on-Democrat legislative races that attracted millions in outside spending by...
2014/11/05 05:58
2014/11/05 05:58
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In the hotly-contested Democrat-on-Democrat fight to replace Sen. Darrell Steinberg in the state Senate, Assemblyman Richard Pan was leading Assemblyman Roger Dickinson in early returns Tuesday. Pan...
2014/11/05 04:58
2014/11/05 04:58
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Measure L, the Sacramento ballot measure proposing to grant new powers to the mayor’s office, was trailing in results posted soon after the polls closed Tuesday night. The measure trailed 56 percent...
2014/11/05 04:58
2014/11/05 04:58
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Jay Hansen, the Sacramento City Unified School District trustee targeted for ouster by the teachers union, edged to an early lead tonight with a portion of votes counted in nearly half of the area’s...
2014/11/04 09:02
2014/11/04 09:02
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While the more than $100 million spent on campaigns about Props. 45 and 46 may seems staggering to residents of other states, more than $370 million was spent to draw voters’ attention to the 11...
2014/11/04 09:02
2014/11/04 09:02
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Every so often, a once-respected person or institution ends up going down in history for being ethically corrupt – New York Times writer Jayson Blair, the 1919 Chicago White Sox and President Richard...
2014/11/02 06:58
2014/11/02 06:58
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The Bee’s coverage of campaigns leading up to Tuesday’s election is about power and voice – yours, not that of the candidates or special interests. It’s a powerful thing, deciding which candidate...
2014/11/02 04:58
2014/11/02 04:58
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In the final days before Tuesday’s election, the Sacramento City Teachers Association has stepped up its efforts to oust Jay Hansen in a trustee race that involves nearly $200,000 in total...
2014/11/02 00:58
2014/11/02 00:58
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California lawmakers racked up more than $4 million in campaign credit-card charges during the first 18 months of this election cycle. Some ate in five-star restaurants and reported holding meetings...
2014/11/01 15:57
2014/11/01 15:57
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In his bid for re-election, Gov. Jerry Brown has taken credit for engineering California's comeback and spurring the kind of economic growth that helped shrink the state's jobless rate. But the...
2014/11/23 06:58
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