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Net neutrality repeal a political battleground: The latest skirmish in California-vs.-the-Trump-Administration is developing around the repeal of “net neutrality,” in which purveyors of internet access treat all data equally. The Federal Communications Commission, chaired by former Verizon executive Ajit Pai, repealed net neutrality in a Dec. ...
California vs. the feds over offshore drilling: The rubber is hitting the road, the gloves are coming off and California leaders are suiting up for battle. At least, figuratively. When the Trump Administration announced that it would commence offshore oil drilling across all national waters — including six locations in California — federal age...
Builders, contractors: Numbers tell the tale: Associated Builders and Contractors Northern California President Michele Daugherty’s misleading Jan. 3 op-ed article in the Capitol Weekly is drastically in need of an insertion of some true facts. Daugherty bitterly complained about a bill that expanded a successful, state-approved pre-apprenti...
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Sexual harassment cases at the California Capitol: Two lawmakers have resigned and one is on leave at the California Capitol over allegations of improper conduct toward women at the California Capitol. At least one other is under investigation, while the Legislature decides whether to change to internal rules and state laws. Here's a rundown. … C...
‘Jungle love’ comment resurfaces in Democratic endorsement fight over Jim Cooper: Local Democratic activists are mounting an internal challenge to their party’s support for Assemblyman Jim Cooper, raising concerns about his voting record and a complaint about his workplace behavior toward … Click to Continue »
Upside to federal shutdown: Yosemite will be free!: Yosemite National Park will be open if a federal government shutdown occurs tonight, although some services like ranger walks and museums will discontinue. Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Elk Grove, announced on … Click to Continue »
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Essential California: End of an era for the LAPD: Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, Jan 20. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES Early retirement: Charlie Beck, the son of a police officer whose own career with the Los Angeles Police Department spanned four decades, will...
L.A. seeks to alter, extend deal for bus shelters and public toilets after disappointing results: An outdoor advertising company could get another 10 years to install bus shelters, public toilets and other “street furniture” in Los Angeles, after lawmakers took steps Friday toward altering and extending a contract that has been a financial disappointment for the city. The Los Angeles City...
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Sen. Duckworth Slams Trump as '5-Deferment Draft Dodger': Sen. Tammy Duckworth slammed President Donald Trump over the federal government shutdown on Saturday, calling him a "five-deferment draft dodger" in a fiery speech on the U.S. Senate floor.Duckworth, an Iraq war veteran who lost both legs when the helicopter she was co-piloting was hit by a grena...
Sen. Duckworth Slams Trump as '5-Deferment Draft Dodger': Sen. Tammy Duckworth slammed President Donald Trump over the federal government shutdown on Saturday, calling him a "five-deferment draft dodger" in a fiery speech on the U.S. Senate floor.Duckworth, an Iraq war veteran who lost both legs when the helicopter she was co-piloting was hit by a grena...
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Reacting to the GOP Tax Scam: Could this be the time to fix our own tax system? by Brian Leubitz Well, now that the dust has settled a little bit on the mess that is the GOP tax plan, some are looking to find ways to react to the changes. Of course, given that this is California, and we have state taxes that will no longer be...
Remembering Mayor Ed Lee: by Brian Leubitz San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee passed away early this morning. I wanted to process my thoughts before I actually wrote anything about his passing. Of course, my sincere thoughts go out to his wife Anita, his two daughters, and all of his family and friends. It is a sad day for all Sa...

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