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A flurry of accusations unleashed over the weekend by supporters of Greg Krikorian — the Republican challenger to Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) — closed out what for months has been a contentious race. Each side has been crying...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Voting, Bankruptcy, Mitt Romney
Los Angeles TimesSACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Friday outlawing the open carrying of rifles and shotguns in cities across California. The measure was among dozens of bills the governor approved that take effect Jan. 1, including proposals intended...
Removing abusive teachers from the classroom as quickly as possible should be a priority for lawmakers, no matter the politicians’ party affiliations or how much teachers’ unions protest. A bill passed by California’s Senate this week...
Staff WriterThe genesis of what Gov. Jerry Brown recently called the redevelopment “funeral” starts with the birth of redevelopment agencies in 1945. That year the Legislature gave cities and county governments “the authority to form a...
Tags: Government, Politics, Michael Rubio, Finance, Regional Authority
Despite stepped-up pressure from redevelopment agencies, state Senate leader Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento) said Thursday he does not foresee the Legislature extending the deadline for those agencies to begin shutting down. "It's not going to happen,"...
Pink’s not really my color, not when it becomes more apparent that it’s simply a lighter shade of red, the ubiquitous color of the conservative class. Any chance that I would ever don a pink tie for the folks at Susan G. Komen for the Cure is...
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