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  • L.A. County election results

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || || || Azusa || || Mayor || ++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++ || 100% precincts reporting || Votes || % || || Joseph R. Rocha* || 2,278 || 100 || ++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++ || || || City Council || +++++...
  • A California arts funding bill reaches crucial stage

    A California arts funding bill reaches crucial stage
  • 2010 elections will still be about the economy.

    What fun! Republican civil war: Elephants dissipating their political capital! Lately, the buzz has been all about the Crist-Rubio rivalry to replace Sen. Mel Martinez. The governor announced his candidacy to a chorus of high-profile endorsements,...
  • Florida can't tax itself into prosperity.

    California is a long way from Florida, but Golden State voters have sent a message that politicians in the Sunshine State should heed. By defeating referenda aimed at bailing California out of its budget crisis, citizens are telling lawmakers they're...
  • Will it be New Illinois?

    Come March 18, Gov. Pat Quinn telegraphs his vision for a future that will or won't mimic Illinois' failed and now burdensome past. He'll propose a fiscal 2010 budget for this struggling state—and likely leave citizens with one of two impressions:...
  • Proposition 1A: The budget fix California needs

    Proposition 1A: The budget fix California needs
    It took the greatest drop in state revenues since the Great Depression to crack it open, but California's dysfunctional budget process has finally been laid bare. Now the question is, how can we fix it permanently? That consideration should frame the...
  • Dixon ruling seen as setback for Rohrbaugh

    State Prosecutor Robert A. Rohrbaugh suffered a setback Thursday when a judge threw out perjury charges against Mayor Sheila Dixon and tossed the bribery case against City Councilwoman Helen L. Holton. It was a high-profile loss for an office saddled...
  • Dixon scores significant legal victory

    Dixon scores significant legal victory
    Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon won a significant legal victory Thursday when a Circuit Court judge dismissed four perjury charges and one misconduct charge against her, saying they were based on improper evidence. Dixon still faces seven other criminal...
  • Full coverage: California's state budget crisis

    Full coverage: California's state budget crisis
  • The stem-cell decision: Obama's not Mr. Sensitivity

    As he lifted the ban on federal funding for embryonic stem-cell research Monday, President Barack Obama proclaimed that scientific decisions now will be made "on facts, not ideology." This sounds good, but what if there were other nonideological facts...
  • 'Our cash cow died on us'

    About two decades ago, regional and suburban school districts across the Lehigh Valley area began using unconventional and controversial bond transactions to pay for building renovations and new schools. During the same time, the Allentown School...