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  • Teacher tenure case: Another sign the judge's ruling deserves an F

    Teacher tenure case: Another sign the judge's ruling deserves an F
    That most percipient education critic, Diane Ravitch, takes a closer look at Judge Rolf Treu's verdict overturning California's job protections for teachers, and finds indications that he approached his task with a closed mind. Treu found that the...
  • Gansler pushes last-minute tax relief plan

    Gansler pushes last-minute tax relief plan
    Democrat Douglas F. Gansler released a new policy proposal Thursday to give a combined $1,200 tax break over three years to families who earn less than $100,000 per year. The attorney general announced his new “middle class tax cut” the same...
  • The trade-offs of a saner California tax system

    The trade-offs of a saner California tax system
    UCLA finance and economics professor Ivo Welch's idea, as proposed in his Op-Ed article Sunday, to more permanently shore up California's books by tripling the property tax and doing away with sales and income taxes didn't sit well with many readers....
  • Hogan for governor [Editorial]

    Hogan for governor  [Editorial]
    Republican primary voters are blessed with the deepest field of candidates they've had for governor in a generation — four men who each bring compelling stories to their quests to replace Gov. Martin O'Malley. David Craig is the teacher turned...
  • Uninsured students drop by 60% at Cal State campuses

    Uninsured students drop by 60% at Cal State campuses
    New data show the number of students without health insurance on California State University campuses dropped by 60% after health insurance enrollment, defying concerns that not enough young people would sign up for health insurance.  The Affordable...
  • Lollar woos Republicans by appealing to Democrats

    Lollar woos Republicans by appealing to Democrats
    Fourth in a series of profiles of candidates for governor. Charles Lollar was at it again last week, the only Republican on stage with the three Democrats running for governor, wooing a crowd largely unable to cast a vote in the fast-approaching GOP...
  • GOP hopefuls angle for votes in televised forum

    GOP hopefuls angle for votes in televised forum
    As early voting got underway Thursday in the primary race for governor, the four Republicans competing for the GOP nomination jockeyed to present themselves as the most qualified to take on a Democrat in November. The candidates taped a final...
  • Is a beer and wine bar on skid row a good idea?

    Is a beer and wine bar on skid row a good idea?
    A Los Angeles planning commission did the right thing when it approved a beer and wine permit for a restaurant in a skid row apartment building largely occupied by formerly homeless people, even though many of them are struggling with substance abuse. The...
  • California to vote on veterans housing program, public access funding

    California to vote on veterans housing program, public access funding
    California voters weary of wading through a thicket of confusing state ballot measures in every election will get a welcome respite in the June primary. A $600-million affordable housing program for veterans and a proposal that would require local...
  • In Connecticut, some minimum-wage workers say raise hasn't helped much

    In Connecticut, some minimum-wage workers say raise hasn't helped much
    Minimum-wage workers in Connecticut got a 45-cent raise on Jan. 1, the first step in a process that will eventually set their wages at $10.10 an hour. "It helps a little bit, I guess," said A. Segui, 20, who works at a Dunkin' Donuts. She wants to go...
  • Lawmakers nearing end of spring session and still no budget

    Lawmakers nearing end of spring session and still no budget
    The General Assembly will be back in session today on one of the last days of the spring session, with lawmakers still trying to agree on a state budget. The Senate is set to reconvene at 10 a.m. and the House at 11:30 a.m. House Speaker Michael...