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KickingTiresCalifornia became the third state to legalize self-driving cars, according to the Wall Street Journal. Nevada passed similar legislation around this time last year, as did Florida, the newspaper reports. At the signing ceremony for the legislation were...
Spin CycleSteve Kornacki at politickerny weighs in on the latest poll -- showing Cuomo way ahead of Paterson -- with a nice piece reminding us of how easy is to become popular as an AG and eternal investigator of whatever......
The Swampby Mike Memoli In the busiest date yet on the mid-term calendar, voters in a dozen states head to the polls today for primary and runoff elections, some of which will be key in determining the state of play......
The Swampby Mike Memoli The crowded field of candidates hoping to be Georgia's next governor will likely be narrowed down to a final four tonight, when votes are counted in the state's primary election. Both Republicans and Democrats expect that no......
SACRAMENTO — Given half a chance — any rationale at all — governments invariably will try to restrict the citizenry's access to public information. Especially if it might shine the light on official stupidity or misbehavior. That's...
Tags: Finance, Ronald Reagan, Elections, Mark Leno, Darrell Steinberg
SACRAMENTO — The Capitol's three most powerful politicians danced a victory jig Tuesday to celebrate the pending passage of an on-time, balanced state budget. And they did deserve to enjoy the moment. Spiffed up in dark suits, buttoned jackets and...
SACRAMENTO — California is close to making the most sweeping change in how it spends money on schools since Ronald Reagan was governor four decades ago. And Gov. Jerry Brown is on the verge of a monumental personal triumph — a legacy...
SACRAMENTO — State Capitol politicians may have an extra $3.2 billion to play with. Or they may not. It depends on whose figures you believe: nonpartisan Legislative Analyst Mac Taylor's or contrarian Gov. Jerry Brown's. I tend to have more...
SACRAMENTO — Dynamics have shifted dramatically in California's Capitol since Gov. Jerry Brown returned two years ago—both fiscal and political dynamics. The two are intertwined. And Brown is the beneficiary. In short, because the state'...
SACRAMENTO — It seemed like a fairly good idea at the time — the idea of Abel Maldonado running for governor. He wasn't going to win. But neither would he be a Republican embarrassment. There was no Republican in sight with even a faint...
Selling the grass as greener in his dusty, drought-plagued state, Texas Gov. Rick Perry came to Chicago this week to paint his state as a commercial paradise and Illinois into a corner. Perry is out to poach Illinois businesses and jobs. He says it's...
Tags: Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry, Sales, Elections, National Government
My Pet WorldQ: Why do American's have such short memories? When we went through the case of toxic melamine -- which the Chinese intentionally put in pet foods in 1997 -- animals (in the U.S.) died by the thousands. Now, according to the FDA, over 500 dogs have died...
Tags: China, Apple iTunes, Politics, Government, Jerry McNerney
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