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Fiscal Cliff (2013)

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  • California Democrats reject NRA proposal for armed guards in schools

     
    California Democrats forcefully rejected the National Rifle Assn.'s call for a massive deployment of armed guards to the nation's schools in the wake of the Newtown, Conn., school massacre....
  • California Electoral College formally casts its 55 votes for Obama

     
    California Electoral College 55 votes go to Pres. Obama...
  • Report: Fiscal cliff could "wreck" city and state budgets.

     
    We've already heard Corbett administration Budget Czar Charles Zogby warn that Pennsylvania could lose $300 million in federal money if Congressional Republicans and the Obama White House don't reach an agreement on the "fiscal cliff" before year's end....
  • Fiscal cliff making ripples in Florida’s economy

     
    TALLAHASSEE — State economists updated the financial picture for Gov. Rick Scott and legislative budget-writers Friday, and the news was mostly good — adding $391.7 million to the pot of cash lawmakers expect to have to spend through mid-2014....
  • Scott raising cash at OIA on Jan. 8

     
    All this talk about raising taxes on the rich and how going over the “fiscal cliff” will devastate the economy apparently hasn't slowed down Gov. Rick Scott's re-election fundraising efforts. Former Senate President Mike Haridopolos and his...
  • Skelton: Jerry Brown gets high marks in 2012

     
    When Gov. Jerry Brown returned to Sacramento for his second tour of duty, he promised "the knowledge and the know-how to get California working again." This year, he proved it, writes George Skelton in his Thursday column. "Largely because of......
  • Protesters pressure Villaraigosa to step down from Fix the Debt group

     
    Protesters came to City Hall to present Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa with a petition demanding he step down from the Fix the Debt campaign, a day after the mayor distanced himself from the group's push for large scale cuts to Social Security and...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: The Weekend Warm-Up.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Several departing state lawmakers, including the former top Republican on the Senate Education Committee, are in line for six-figure, taxpayer-funded payoffs as they head into retirement. State Sen. Jeff Piccola, R-...
  • Sanchez dances close to "fiscal cliff" on holiday card

     
    Rep. Loretta Sanchez and her husband dance along the "fiscal cliff" in this year's holiday greeting. The congresswoman said she hopes a little humor will be a way to "break the ice" as officials negotiate ways to avoid automatic spending cuts and tax rate...
  • Republicans fail to fall in line

     
    There is an old saying when it comes to selecting candidates for Presidential elections. It goes “Democrats fall in love, and Republicans fall in line.” Well the latter part of that sentence couldn't be more false now a days. On Thursday, in...
  • California teachers pension fund tied to gun maker by investment

     
    An investment made by the California teachers pension fund is coming under scrutiny because of its link to the manufacturer of the assault rifle used in the Connecticut elementary school massacre. The fund pledged to invest $500 million in the......