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  • California bill would ban 'Redskins' as school team name or mascot

    California bill would ban 'Redskins' as school team name or mascot
    Public schools in California would have to phase out use of the term “Redskins” for their athletic team names or mascots under a bill advanced Tuesday by a state Assembly panel.
  • Clean energy is among priorities as Latino lawmakers broaden focus of bills

    Clean energy is among priorities as Latino lawmakers broaden focus of bills
    Latino lawmakers, who have increasingly flexed their muscle as a voting bloc in the Capitol, endorsed a slate of proposals Wednesday that includes efforts to increase voter registration and promote clean energy. The package underscores how the...

    Cuba trip a way for lobbyists to say 'I love you' to state legislators

    Cuba trip a way for lobbyists to say 'I love you' to state legislators
    It doesn’t really matter what you call the trip to Cuba that California Assembly Speaker Toni G. Atkins and a passel of legislators and staff are planning for next week. Trade mission or junket or learning expedition, it all equals the same thing: a...

    California lawmakers heading to Cuba for trade mission

    California lawmakers heading to Cuba for trade mission
    Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) is leading a delegation of nine California legislators and 18 other state officials on a five-day trade mission to Cuba starting on Monday. As the Obama administration seeks to normalize relations with...

    Identities revealed of state lawmakers who attended Hawaii conference

    Identities revealed of state lawmakers who attended Hawaii conference
    Twenty-five state lawmakers flew to Maui in November to attend a conference that was partly funded by a group of special interests, but it was not until Tuesday that all of their identities were made public when they were required to file annual gift...