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California’s ‘four-party’ system: For more than 165 years, political battles in California have played out almost entirely within the framework of a two-party system. There are signs that may be changing. Differing ideologies within each party are competing for money, supporters and attention.  Out of it all, four major, distinct...
Targeting the closure of nonprofit hospitals: East Bay lawmakers are pushing a bill to stop Sutter Health from shuttering its Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Berkeley — a measure with major statewide implications. The bill was prompted by issues surrounding Alta Bates, but it would apply to any emergency rooms across California run by no...
Affordable, reliable water for California: This week the California Legislature is considering two critical water bills that will reduce water waste and improve drought planning.  Senate Bill 606 (Hertzberg/Skinner) and Assembly Bill 1668 (Friedman) deserve the legislature’s full support. On the heels of a record-breaking drought and phen...
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Top L.A. County prosecutors who reported sexual harassment by boss receive $700,000 settlement: Two prosecutors in the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office will receive $700,000 to settle a lawsuit accusing their supervisor of subjecting them to regular harassment and fostering an abusive, sexually charged workplace.The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved the settl...
Essential California: San Diego confronts a hepatitis outbreak, in the shadow of a homeless crisis: Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Monday, Sept. 18, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES Hepatitis outbreak fear Though Los Angeles has so far escaped an outbreak of hepatitis A like the one in San Diego that has killed 16 people, pub...
California 'sanctuary' bill gets support from law enforcement, rebuke from Trump administration: California’s new “sanctuary state” bill limiting local law enforcement cooperation with federal immigration agents drew support Saturday from Los Angeles officials, but a stinging rebuke from the Trump Administration, whose justice department said the measure “undermines national security and...
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'Scam': Kimmel Slams 'Kimmel Test' Senator's Bill: Late night host Jimmy Kimmel sounded off on Tuesday to blast Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy for his part in crafting the latest GOP health care proposal that, Kimmel said, goes against the promises the senator had made to him on his show. Kimmel had discussed health care with Cassidy after the late...
'Scam': Kimmel Slams 'Kimmel Test' Senator's Bill: Late night host Jimmy Kimmel sounded off on Wednesday to blast Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy for his part in crafting the latest GOP health care proposal that, Kimmel said, goes against the promises the senator had made to him on his show. Kimmel had discussed health care with Cassidy after the la...
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Restaurateur beats senator in Annapolis mayoral primary: A restaurant owner in Maryland's state capital has defeated a longtime state senator in the Democratic mayoral primary in Annapolis. Gavin Buckley, who's making his first run for public office, … Click to Continue »
Tribal elder's family claims excessive police force: The state Attorney General's Office is investigating an incident outside a Wagner nursing home after an excessive police force claim from the family of a Yankton Sioux elder who had … Click to Continue »
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Jerry Brown Signs Several Budget Bills, Including Clean Vehicle Legislation: Gov. signs several budget bills over the weekend by Brian Leubitz The Governor took little time to sign a first big batch of bills after the Legislature ended session. Specifically, he signed seven budget bills on Saturday: • AB 109 by Assemblymember Philip Y. Ting (D-San Francisco) – Budget Act ...

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