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  • California Senate panel approves tougher ethics rules

    California Senate panel approves tougher ethics rules
    The state Senate Rules Committee on Wednesday approved three measures aimed at improving ethics in the scandal-plagued upper house, including the creation of an ombudsman to receive allegations of misconduct and a blackout on campaign fundraising during the last month of session.
  • FSU search panel backs away from interviewing Thrasher first for presidency

    FSU search panel backs away from interviewing Thrasher first for presidency
    TALLAHASSEE  --  A committee looking for a new president for Florida State University will now cast a net that extends beyond powerful state Sen. John Thrasher. Ed Burr, chairman of the FSU Presidential Search Advisory Committee, said an outpouring of...

    Ron Kaye: Mike Gatto and the condom measure

    Ron Kaye: Mike Gatto and the condom measure
    Mike Gatto is a clever fellow. But like a lot of smart guys, he's sometimes too clever for his own good. A case in point came a week ago when the AIDS Healthcare Foundation denounced the assemblyman as "a pornographer's best friend" for blocking...

    Critic questions AQMD board member's doctorates

    Critic questions AQMD board member's doctorates
    A critic of the region's air-quality agency is questioning the academic credentials of a board member empowered to vote on the fate of the fire rings in Newport Beach and Huntington Beach. Clark E. Parker, who sits on the South Coast Air Quality...

    For three decades, he's been a key cog in the Capitol machine

    For three decades, he's been a key cog in the Capitol machine
    SACRAMENTO — Irwin Nowick enters the stately Capitol building wearing a frayed T-shirt and carpenter jeans, a flip phone hanging from a belt holster and a manila envelope stuffed with legislation and legal documents in his hands. His dark eyes are...