Gov. Jerry Brown and lawmakers on Wednesday touted deals on tax credits for films produced in California and new restrictions on ride-sharing companies, compromising on two prominent remaining issues as the legislative session hurtled to a close.

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The State of Jefferson isn’t waiting around for the Six Californias initiative to qualify to push ahead with its plan for independence.
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Driven by shifts in technology and educational expectations across industries, California’s higher education leaders know they face an unexpected economic challenge just six years after the recession ravaged the state’s workforce: a potential shortage by 2025 of 1 million bachelor’s degrees.
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Nearly four years after leaving office, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will return to Sacramento in 10 days to unveil his official portrait.
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California's film tax credit is just welfare for the wealthy, Dan says.

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The State of Jefferson isn’t waiting around for the Six Californias initiative to qualify to push ahead with its plan for independence.

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After going more than a year without contracts, unions representing state attorneys, scientists and building equipment operators will soon announce how their members voted on new offers from Gov. Jerry Brown. A few observations about the deals:

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