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Way at the bottom of Tuesday’s ballot are three confusing propositions -- Measures D, E and F -- that have to do with medical marijuana. Voters can’t be blamed if they feel frustrated and unsure of what to do when confronted by three...
Clout StreetGov. Pat Quinn and other prospective governor candidates next year might be targeting a new voting group during the Democratic and Republican primary elections: 17-year-olds. The Senate on Wednesday sent to the governor a measure to allow 17-year-olds...
Tags: Pat Quinn, Primaries, Terry Link, Government, Illinois Governor
firstname.lastname@example.orgMorgan County (W.Va.) Schools officials will be forced to make budget cuts after taxpayers voted against renewing a levy that would have raised $5.86 million from July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2019, Morgan County Board of Education President David Ambrose...
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 — In the last century, Californians have said yes to every request for money to help veterans buy homes. Since 2000, they have signed off on $1.4 billion in bonds for that purpose. But most of that money remains untapped. In fact, the...
Tags: Loans, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Elections, Iraq, Agriculture
News Corp. Deputy Chief Operating Officer James Murdoch has sold $25 million worth of News Corp. non-voting shares as the company's stock has soared in value. Murdoch, the youngest son of media baron and News Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Rupert...
In a typical primary election, voters often have to look around the edges to find differences between the same-party candidates. But Lehigh County executive candidate Scott Ott, a self-styled reformer, and Dean Browning, a traditional conservative,...
email@example.comMartinsburg voters will cast ballots Saturday to decide whether to renew the city’s police levy, which provides funds for the police department. Polls in the City of Martinsburg open at 6:30 a.m. Saturday and close at 7:30 p.m. In order to be...
It's about time that the Chicago Tribune's editorial board stop treating the Illinois Constitution like yesterday's newspaper. For years the editorial page has loudly bellowed for and against Illinois pension proposals and petulantly insulted and...
Running off at the typewriter ... Florida Gators coach Will Muschamp couldn't help but laugh the other night when I told him of the comments made by Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, who earlier this week said the overall strength of Southeastern Conference...
Los Angeles mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel said Friday that she has raised money at “a very fast pace” over the last week and insisted that her campaign would be able to compete, even though her opponent reported 10 times as much cash on...
A group of Hispanic leaders pressed Orange County leaders Friday to settle a pending federal lawsuit which alleges that newly-drawn political borders have diluted Latino political power. A group of Hispanic leaders pressed Orange County leaders Friday...
Tags: Litigation, Trials, Elections, Politics, Minority Groups
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