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  • The end is near!

    Individual career aspirations account for much of California's destructive budget deadlock, but there is a darker dynamic at play. As the state's political composition evolves, some lawmakers appear to be falling into end-times thinking. The notion that they are fighting some Last Battle before the world they know passes away tends to magnify their partisan fervor -- and it does so at exactly the time they ought to be jettisoning doctrine and saving the state.
  • Political aide acquitted in scuffle at fundraiser

    A Ventura County jury today acquitted the chief of staff of a state assemblywoman on charges of assaulting protesters outside of a political fundraiser last year in Thousand Oaks. Jose "Joel" Angeles, the top aide to Assemblywoman Audra Strickland (R-...

    Gov.???s surprise bill signings: Harvey Milk recognition, paparazzi restrictions and ammo tracking

    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger surprised many people today by reversing himself on several pieces of legislation and signing bills similar to ones he had previously vetoed, including measures regulating ammunition sales and recognizing gay rights leader...

    Anschutz's Club Nokia is exempted from liquor ad ban

    State lawmakers today agreed to exempt a downtown Los Angeles nightclub built by billionaire Philip Anschutz from a state ban on liquor ads inside some clubs. The Senate voted 30 to 3 to exempt Club Nokia from a state law...

    Bell pension reform measure fails to get support of Democrats and dies in committee vote

    A proposal to strip public pensions from city and state officials convicted of misusing taxpayer money died in a state Senate committee Monday after some lawmakers and interest groups said it was too severe. The measure by Sen. Tony Strickland...