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  • Rivals of Jerry Brown submit signatures for tax initiative

     
    Backers of a tax to fund public schools and pre-school in California submit signatures. The signatures submitted by backers of a tax to fund public schools and pre-school in California will probably be enough to qualify for the November ballot....
  • Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu decides to form unity government

     
    In a surprise turnabout, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has decided to cancel the early election he had called just 24 hours before and instead form a unity government with opposition party Kadima, Israeli officials said Tuesday....
  • Jerry Brown's tax has narrow backing, poll finds

     
    California Gov. Jerry Brown's tax proposal barely passing in latest poll. Narrow margin for California Gov. Jerry Brown's tax proposal in latest poll....
  • Hollande, Sarkozy heading for runoff in France presidential vote

     
    Socialist Francois Hollande and incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy will advance to a runoff in France's presidential election after an initial round of balloting Sunday....
  • Poll finds Californians remain worried about college costs

     
    Californians are increasingly worried about the cost of attending public colleges and universities -- even after voters approved new measures that are supposed to help limit tuition hikes, a new poll has found. The Public Policy Institute of California...
  • New California lawmakers to get less pay than predecessors

     
    California legislators to get less pay than predecessors...
  • New ethnic voters fortify California Democratic majorities

     
    Democrats' overwhelming victory in California on election day was driven by Latino, Asian and African American voters, who made up a record 40% of the state’s electorate, according to exit poll data. Mark DiCamillo, director of the Field Poll, said....
  • Democrats face pressure from left to use new powers

     
    Having won a two-thirds supermajority in the Legislature for the first time in more than a century, California Democrats are now facing intense pressure from the left as they prepare for next year's legislative session. As detailed in Sunday's Times,........
  • Prop. 32: Group linked to Koch brothers gives $4 million [updated]

     
    A group with ties to the conservative billionaire Koch brothers has dropped $4 million to pass a ballot measure that would severely limit the political activity of labor unions. The new committee has just one donation -- $4 million from......
  • Second survey shows more voters unsure about Proposition 30

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to temporarily hike upper income and state sales taxes is clinging to an narrow lead, but some supporters seem to be having second thoughts about the plan, according to a new Field Poll....
  • Poll finds support slipping for Proposition 32

     
    According to a new statewide poll, 53% of likely voters say they support Proposition 32, the November ballot measure that promises to eliminate special-interest money in politics. That's a drop of nearly 10 percentage points since the beginning of August....