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Gov. Jerry Brown has made it clear how unhappy he is about having to produce a plan to reduce the inmate population of California's prisons by another 9,000. Under the 2011 realignment law, the state has already lowered the prisoner count by 43,000 by...
The high-profile House race between former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford and Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch is going down to the wire as a dead heat, according to a Democratic poll released Sunday night. The survey, by Public Policy Polling,...
WACO, Texas — On a recent afternoon, as McLennan County Republicans polished off their barbecue, the head of the local GOP worked his way through the group's luncheon agenda. A plaque was presented. A local judge spotlighted. The fertilizer plant...
SACRAMENTO — Speaker John Pérez wants voters to know something: Cash may be cascading into state coffers as it hasn't for years. Democrats may totally control the Assembly with a new supermajority. But they're not going to be drunken sailors....
WASHINGTON -- Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford’s comeback try encountered severe turbulence Wednesday when the National Republican Congressional Committee withdrew its financial support less than three weeks before a special election for...
SACRAMENTO — The state will send dozens of new agents into California neighborhoods this summer to confiscate nearly 40,000 handguns and assault rifles from people barred by law from owning firearms, officials said Wednesday. The plan received the...
Tags: Government, Jerry Brown, Laws, Mental Health, Justice System
As Gov. Jerry Brown pushes his proposal to give school districts more flexibility in how they use state education funding, he is finding himself at odds with members of his own party. State Sen. Carol Liu (D-La Canada Flintridge), chairwoman of the...
Tags: Government, Carol Liu, Jerry Brown, Michelle Rhee, Schools
The Obama administration approved $1.83 billion to help New Jersey recover from the effects of Superstorm Sandy, which six months ago to the day pounded through the state and metropolitan New York City areas, bring flooding, destruction and death....
California needs to change the way it fills state legislative vacancies. Current law requires a special election that often creates a chaotic, costly and time-consuming process of legislative musical chairs. The state soon will have had half a dozen...
SACRAMENTO—Let's welcome the governor back home. It must be sobering. The work has been piling up. The real, difficult work. Actually, it was piling up even before Gov. Jerry Brown departed on a weeklong "trade and investment" mission to China...
“The Walking Dead’s” third season died as it lived: with a handful of thrilling sequences, the intimations of war that never quite boiled over, a lot of Andrea weirdness, some unsatisfying moments from the Governor, and some powerful...
Tags: Prisons, Government, Politics, AMC (tv network)
The third season finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead" airs Sunday, and based on what's already occurred this season, there's no sure way to predict the outcome. Those who haven't been keeping up with the series should read no further, as spoilers abound....
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