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SACRAMENTO — Releasing his latest budget plan this week, Gov. Jerry Brown repeated his assurance that the tax hikes voters agreed to last fall were enough, that he won't ask them to dig deeper into their pockets any time soon. "We just got a...
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One day before Gov. Jerry Brown is scheduled to release his updated spending plan, Democrats in the Legislature began lining up empty bills to streamline the budget process. The annual ritual is a reliable source of controversy in the Capitol, with...
Gov. Jerry Brown's "ugly" proposal to federal judges to partially ease prison crowding by leasing empty jail beds in the state drew dismay from advocates on both sides of the criminal justice debate and a forecast of "dubious prospects" from a legislative...
A watered-down resolution calling for Congress to "repair" the nation's "historically broken" immigration laws won bipartisan support by the state Senate on Monday. The Senate voted 32 to 0 to support Senate Joint Resolution 8 by Sen. Lou Correa (D-...
If it’s spring break for the California Legislature, that means lawmakers are putting their passports to use. This week, 15 legislators are off on fact-finding trips to Poland and Taiwan paid for by outside groups. The trip to Eastern Europe...
Tags: Taiwan, Travel, Henry T. Perea, Connie Conway, Steven Bradford
L.A. NOWState Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) has introduced legislation that could extend the last call for alcohol in some California cities until 4 a.m., saying doing so could boost the state's economy by drawing in tourists....
L.A. NOWA state lawmaker has proposed that some California cities be allowed to serve alcohol until 4 a.m., putting them in line with other tourist landmarks like Las Vegas and New York City. Times reporter Patrick McGreevy reported on the proposed bill and...
If Los Angeles ever wants to join the ranks of Las Vegas or Miami in attracting tourists who want to party, it needs to free its night spots from having to make the last call for alcohol by 2 a.m., according to one state lawmaker. State Sen. Mark Leno...
By any numerical measurement, the California Republican Party has hit hard times. Fewer than one out of three registered voters call themselves Republicans, and the party doesn't control a single statewide elected office. In Monday's column, George...
SACRAMENTO — "Too white, too right and too uptight," says a veteran political consultant. "That's why the Republican Party can't come back in California." Strategist David Townsend is a Democrat, so that's the sort of comment you would expect from...
SACRAMENTO -- Despite efforts to restrict the practice, California elected officials were showered with gifts last year from special interest groups, including tickets to Lakers and Giants games, concerts, cigars, expensive meals, lodging at casino...
SACRAMENTO — "There's no place to go but up," asserted Jim Brulte, whose mission is to save the California Republican Party. "We're on the way back." Brulte told me that in 2000 at the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia. He was the...
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