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  • California lawmakers heading to policy retreats to prepare for year

    California lawmakers heading to policy retreats to prepare for year
    Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, who has written extensively about the gap between the nation's rich and poor, will be among the speakers to be heard as California Senate Democrats embark on a two-day policy retreat later this month.
  • Contest to succeed Sen. Boxer prompts hectic maneuvering among possible California candidates

    California Attorney General Kamala Harris on Tuesday became the first Democrat to enter the high-stakes, high-dollar race to replace Barbara Boxer in the U.S. Senate. The decision by Harris marked the opening of what promises to be a wide-open contest...

    Ex-Assemblyman Isadore Hall elected to replace Rod Wright in Senate

    SACRAMENTO — Former Assemblyman Isadore Hall III (D-Compton) has filled the vacancy created by Roderick Wright's resignation from the California Senate. Hall won about 55% of the vote in a special election in Wright's Inglewood-area district on...

    Where does Jerry Brown stand on ethics reforms?

    One thumb up for Gov. Jerry Brown. And the other thumb down. The governor signed a bill inserting a smidgen of sense in California's oft-abused ballot initiative system. Excellent. But he vetoed legislation imposing sensible ethics rules on Capitol...

    Gov. Brown OKs tripling state film tax-credit funding to $330 million

    California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed off on a deal that would more than triple funding for California's film and TV tax-credit program. The compromise would increase funding to $330 million a year over the next five years. While that falls short of...