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 'We need to be out here': Thousands march in downtown L.A. to support science in the Trump era
Los Angeles Times/Environment - April 22, 7:15 pm
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 Politicians, professors lead charge at Caltech
Inland Daily Bulletin - April 22, 6:54 pm
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 Democrats could tighten grip on California political control
Associated Press - April 22, 5:54 pm
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 Los Angeles State Historic Park bridges past and present at grand opening celebration
Los Angeles Times/Top of the Ticket - April 22, 5:35 pm
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 How 'schools not prisons' became a favorite rallying cry for criminal justice reformers
Los Angeles Times - April 23, 12:05 am
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 UC Berkeley College Republicans threaten to sue if Ann Coulter not allowed to speak

UC Berkeley students who invited Ann Coulter to speak on campus are threatening to sue the university if it doesn't find a proper time and venue for the conservative pundit to speak next week. Harmeet Dhillon, who represents the Berkeley College ... »Read

In this article: California Republican Party, Harmeet Dhillon
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 For 90 years, Californians have tried to kill this tax board. This is why they failed

A California tax agency called “duplicative” or worse for nearly a century by government reformers had its closest call with destruction when the Terminator came looking for it. Armed with … Click to Continue » »Read

In this article: Board of Equalization, Jerry Brown, Mike Genest, Jerry Hill, Legislature, Fiona Ma, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Pete Wilson, Lois Wolk, Betty T. Yee
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 Split roll property tax proposal is really a pension tax

When state Sens. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and Holly Mitchell, D-Los Angeles, introduce a split roll property tax to increase taxes on business property, you’ll hear arguments from advocates that the … Click to Continue » »Read

In this article: CalPERS, CalSTRS, David Crane, Legislature, minimum wage, Holly J. Mitchell, Nancy Skinner, Split roll
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 Trump's election has mobilized a resistance like no other, but will Democrats' answer to the tea party divide the ranks?

She knew to hold her tongue during a business trip to Chicago the night Donald Trump was elected, and endured a long evening of schmoozing with the other sales reps and executives. Back in her hotel room the next morning, Lisa drew a hot bath and ... »Read

In this article: Hillary Clinton, Dianne Feinstein, Ted W. Lieu
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 California asks other states to fill void on climate change

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California was clear about its ambitions when it enacted a law on global warming just over a decade ago. Progress on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the law … Click to Continue » »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, global warming, greenhouse gas, Legislature, Barack Obama, Bonnie Reiss, renewable energy, Arnold Schwarzenegger
Bills: AB 32,
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 Political Road Map: To know whether California's budget will balance, watch this month's tax collections

Here’s a nifty, if not mind-blowing, way to think about all the tax dollars showing up right now in Sacramento: Over the past week, California collected about $8 billion in state income taxes — more money in just a handful of days than New ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Legislature, John Myers, state budget
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 How 'schools not prisons' became a favorite rallying cry for criminal justice reformers

A bill winding its way through the Legislature proposes a creative way to fund early childhood education: imposing a tax on companies that do business with California’s prison systems. A tax on the “privilege” of such contracts, as Assemblyman ... »Read

In this article: Marti Fisher, Legislature, Holly J. Mitchell, Arnold Schwarzenegger, state budget, Tony Thurmond
Bills: AB 43,
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 UC Berkeley students threaten to sue over Ann Coulter visit

The University of California at Berkeley students who invited Ann Coulter to speak on campus are threatening to sue the university if it doesn't find a proper time and venue … Click to Continue » »Read

In this article: California Republican Party, Harmeet Dhillon
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 'We need to be out here': Thousands march in downtown L.A. to support science in the Trump era

Dressed in long sleeves and a sensible safari hat, Dr. Diane Brown carried a sign that read, “My patients need science because lupus is not cured, juvenile arthritis is not cured … CANCER is not cured!” Brown, a rheumatologist at Children’s ... »Read

In this article: Brad Sherman, Thomas F. Steyer, Mimi Walters
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 Politicians, professors lead charge at Caltech

Politicans and professors added their voices to a chorus of scientists, students and folks from all walks of life at Saturday at Caltech as about 1,000 people gathered and then strolled through Pasadena as part of a nationwide 'March for Science' to ... »Read

In this article: Judy Chu, Chris Holden, Mary Kennedy, Anthony J. Portantino
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 Democrats could tighten grip on California political control

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Republicans have a lock on power in Congress and the White House. But far across the country in California, the party of Reagan is seeing yet another threat to its fraying relevance.... »Read

In this article: Hillary Clinton, Thad Kousser, Legislature, Shirley Weber
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 Los Angeles State Historic Park bridges past and present at grand opening celebration

Hundreds of people from every corner of Los Angeles County — along with the state’s top political leadership and the chief of a Los Angeles Native American tribe — celebrated Saturday morning the opening of California’s newest state park, ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Gil Cedillo, Drought, Richard Riordan
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