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  • Measles outbreak shows flaws in California's vaccine law

    California's permissive vaccine law is under fire as the state struggles to contain an expanding outbreak of measles, a once-controlled infectious disease that has sickened more than 90 people across the state and threatens many more. While state law...
  • Brown and Kashkari teams let down guard on 2014 contest

    With the election nearly three months behind them, top aides to Gov. Jerry Brown and  his Republican challenger, Neel Kashkari, let down their guard Saturday at a postmortem organized by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies. In a candid...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown weighs parole for killer in controversial LAPD lecture

    Gov. Jerry Brown weighs parole for killer in controversial LAPD lecture
    Rene Enriquez boasts an impressive law enforcement resume. Author. Expert witness. Government consultant. College lecturer. But he achieved such respected standing because of his earlier life's work: Killer, drug dealer and Mexican Mafia "shot caller....
  • Neel Kashkari spent more than Jerry Brown on governor's race

    Neel Kashkari spent more than Jerry Brown on governor's race
    Republican Neel Kashkari spent more than $7 million on his unsuccessful campaign last year to unseat Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown, who spent less than $6 million on his run for reelection, financial reports show. Kashkari’s latest spending report,...
  • Jerry Brown spends less than $6 million on reelection

    Gov. Jerry Brown spent less than $6 million on his run for reelection, a remarkably low sum for a California governor, and he finished 2014 with nearly $24 million in the bank for unspecified campaigns ahead, according to newly filed finance reports....
  • Sen. Kevin de Leon proposes boosting child care, social services

    Sen. Kevin de Leon proposes boosting child care, social services
    After a two-day policy retreat by Democratic lawmakers, California Senate leader Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) said Thursday that his caucus’ legislative priorities this year would be economic growth, the environment, education and income equality....
  • More parole agent caseloads exceed limits under new sex offender rules

    More parole agent caseloads exceed limits under new sex offender rules
    Since two sex offenders were charged with killing four women while under state and federal watch, California has changed how it supervises such parolees, increasing scrutiny of some and relaxing the monitoring of others. A Times analysis of state data...
  • High marks for Jerry Brown in new poll

    California voters are happier than ever with Gov. Jerry Brown and less concerned about the state budget than they have been in years, according to a new poll released Wednesday night. The poll from the Public Policy Institute of California said 61% of...
  • The tangle behind the UC funding spat

    It looks like a classic game of budget chicken: Gov. Jerry Brown tells the University of California not to raise tuition again. When the regents vote to do it anyway, the governor threatens to withhold $120 million from UC's funding for next year unless...
  • California runs risk of financial relapse, ratings agency says

    When Gov. Jerry Brown released his latest budget proposal earlier this month, he said California's finances were balanced but remain precarious. On Wednesday, a report from Wall Street ratings agency Standard & Poor's echoed the governor's concerns...
  • UC president, Gov. Brown to jointly review university finances

    UC president, Gov. Brown to jointly review university finances
    Gov. Jerry Brown and UC President Janet Napolitano, who have butted heads over proposed tuition increases, are expected to team up next week as a rare two-person committee to review the 10-campus system's spending patterns, graduation rates and pension...