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  • Former Supporter Files Elections Enforcement Complaint Against Joe Visconti

    Former Supporter Files Elections Enforcement Complaint Against Joe Visconti
    A donor to Joe Visconti's gubernatorial campaign has filed a complaint with the State Elections Enforcement Commission alleging a violation of state election law. The complaint was filed earlier this month by Robert Ferguson, a resident of Weston who...
  • Poll: Millennials like Sarvis, but not as much as Warner

      Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Robert Sarvis polls well with young people, but U.S. Sen. Mark Warner is still the most popular man in the race, according to poll results released this morning by the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown finally spends campaign money, but not on himself

    Gov. Jerry Brown finally spends campaign money, but not on himself
    California Gov.  Jerry Brown is finally spending some significant money on the November election. But once again, his focus is not on his reelection, which seems assured given public opinion polling, but rather two propositions on the November ballot....
  • Hampton Roads swooned over Lafayette's 1824 return as a Revolutionary War icon

    Hampton Roads swooned over Lafayette's 1824 return as a Revolutionary War icon
    No foreigner was more beloved by the citizens of the early United States than the Marquis de Lafayette, the young French nobleman who won their hearts with his bravery and sacrifice during the Revolution, then stoked that affection still more with his...
  • Teachers union refiles lawsuit against school-voucher expansion

    Teachers union refiles lawsuit against school-voucher expansion
    TALLAHASSEE — After losing the first round in a court battle, school-voucher opponents have filed a revised challenge to a new law that would expand Florida's program. The challenge, backed by the Florida Education Association teachers union,...
  • Jerry Brown Appoints Thomas Davis, Michael Nyman to Film Commission

    Governor Jerry Brown has appointed Hollywood labor leader Thomas Davis and PR exec Michael Nyman to the California Film Commission. Davis, 56, is the third international VP of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Executive Board and...
  • A farmer's perspective on phosphorous management

    A farmer's perspective on phosphorous management
    From the time I graduated from college and returned to the farm, I have been dealing with government regulations, environmental extremists and animal rights activists. Over the years I have seen farmers (myself included) negotiate and give in little...
  • Nader assails Brown for not backing Prop. 46 to raise lawsuit caps

    Nader assails Brown for not backing Prop. 46 to raise lawsuit caps
    Consumer advocate Ralph Nader blasted his onetime ally California Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday for failing to back a November ballot proposition that would raise the cap on pain-and-suffering awards in medical malpractice suits. “It’s...
  • Reporter quits Chicago newspaper, says governor candidate influenced paper

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - A veteran Illinois political reporter quit his job at the Chicago Sun-Times on Wednesday and accused the newspaper of bowing to pressure from Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner by removing him from the campaign beat. Dave...
  • Nappier Battles Herbst For State Treasurer

    Nappier Battles Herbst For State Treasurer
    With sole authority over the state's $29.7 billion pension fund, the state treasurer wields enormous power and responsibilities for state retirees and their beneficiaries. Democratic Treasurer Denise Nappier has overseen the pension fund for the past...
  • Voucher foes reignite challenge to new law

    Voucher foes reignite challenge to new law
    After losing the first round in a court battle, school-voucher opponents have filed a revised challenge to a new law that would expand Florida's de-facto voucher program. The challenge, backed by the Florida Education Association teachers union, was...