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  • The bottom line: It's time to restore dental care for the poor

    The bottom line: It's time to restore dental care for the poor
    SACRAMENTO — State Capitol politicians may have an extra $3.2 billion to play with. Or they may not.
  • Mayoral candidates making budget statements, but nothing adds up

    Mayoral candidates making budget statements, but nothing adds up
    You're six months behind on the mortgage. Your credit cards are maxed out. Your small business is treading water. Meanwhile, a tree has fallen on the roof of the office, the parking lot is full of potholes, and you've promised raises to employees, along...

    In L.A., it was a three-column day

    You know you live in a wild news town when a massive manhunt for an ex-cop leads to a dramatic shootout and inferno on a snow-covered mountain, the mayor pitches a tax increase that's beginning to look like attempted extortion, and the rebuked local...

    A modest proposal for fiscal misery: Make them hurt in Brentwood and beyond

    We're in a bind here in California, mates, in case you hadn't noticed. The till is tapped, the budget deficit is bigger than the great outdoors, and lately even the sun has disappeared. What's crystal clear is that the governor can't fix this mess. His...

    Expect Democrats to be robust, not reticent, in wielding power

    Expect Democrats to be robust, not reticent, in wielding power
    SACRAMENTO — With their new supermajority power, Democratic legislative leaders promise they won't overreach. But bet on this: They'll reach just as far as they believe is safe. "Yeah, you're darn right," Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg...