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A first: Schiff flies above the radar: In an overheated political environment where it’s dangerous to stand between some politicians and a television camera, the national spotlight has suddenly fallen on a low-key Californian who implores Donald Trump to be truthful. He is Adam Bennett Schiff, 56, the ranking member of the House Inte...
‘Infill development’ can help solve California’s housing crisis: They say the real estate agent’s mantra is “location, location, location.” And when it comes to crafting smart housing policy, location is key, as well. As California legislators consider more than 130 bills designed to tackle the state’s housing crisis, they should consider ways to encourage inf...
Capitol Weekly podcast: Paul Mitchell: Paul Mitchell, California political strategist and numbers cruncher extraordinaire for Political Data,  stopped by Capitol Weekly’s lavish new offices on H Street to chat about the amazingly crowded field in the upcoming special election in L.A. for #CA34 (the House seat vacated by Xavier Becerra...
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Did DWP overcharge you? Customers to receive info on billing settlement starting this week: Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers will soon be able to recover their money from a landmark class-action settlement. Starting this week, ratepayers will receive packets in the mail that detail what types of refunds and damages may be claimed from the settlement. The DWP has b...
Mayor Garcetti's emergency proclamation has dusty Owens Valley scrambling to prepare for possible floods: As snow continued to fall on the eastern Sierra Nevada on Monday, platoons of earth movers, cranes and utility trucks fanned out across the Owens Valley, scrambling to empty reservoirs and clean out a lattice-work of ditches and pipelines in a frantic effort to protect the key source of Los A...
City set to vote on plan to raze Parker Center and build $480-million office tower: The Los Angeles City Council will consider a proposal Friday to demolish Parker Center and build a $480-million office tower for city employees — a plan opposed by preservationists fighting to save the former police building. The boxy Parker Center on Los Angeles Street served for more than f...
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Arizona House wants to protect off-duty police officers: The Arizona House has given initial approval to legislation that would specify aggravated assault against police officers off-duty is a crime after a heated debate on the House floor. The … Click to Continue »
Top North Carolina GOP official fights to save bathroom bill: The top Republican in North Carolina's executive branch is throwing a blunt counterpunch to the Democratic governor's call to repeal the state's "bathroom bill," despite economic losses stemming from the … Click to Continue »
Trump tosses Obama's 'clean' energy plan, embraces coal: Declaring "the start of a new era" in energy production, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday that he said would revive the coal industry and create jobs. The … Click to Continue »
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Trump Overturns Climate Regulations, Cites 'War on Coal': President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday aimed at overturning environmental regulations and reviving the coal industry. Trump also railed against a so-called "War on Coal" as well as general federal regulations in his speech prior to signing the order, promising to strike down ...
Trump Rails on 'War on Coal'; Overturns Climate Regulations: President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday, promising to overturn environmental regulations and revive the coal industry. Trump also railed against the 'War on Coal' and federal regulations in his speech prior to signing the order, promising to strike down regulations in every in...
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Schwarzenegger Continues His Gerrymandering Crusade: I’ll admit it. I was against changing how we did our redistricting. Perhaps it was fear of change, but ultimately, it didn’t turn out that badly. California has largely sorted itself politically anyway, with progressives on the coast, and more conservative voters inland. Gerrymandering can’t chan...

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