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With the November election less than three months away, candidates and party committees are raking in the donations. They raised $1 million across California on Monday and Tuesday alone.
The Assembly was slow to take up a proposed constitutional amendment allowing lawmakers to suspend their colleagues without pay. Dan speculates there’s a secret agenda.
A new Field Poll has found strong early support for two contentious health care-related ballot measures.
Once divided between the north and south, California politics now have an east-west split, Dan says.
After what most consider a successful implementation of the law in California, support for the Affordable Care Act among Golden State voters is the highest it’s ever been, according to a new Field Poll.
The California Chamber of Commerce is remarkably successful at killing bills it views as anti-business, Dan says.
After the mass killing of six college students in Isla Vista in May, lawmakers called for new restrictions to prevent mentally ill people from obtaining guns.
The Legislature still has many issues involving big money, big interests and emotion to resolve in the final weeks of session, Dan says.
A conservative group affiliated with Republican strategist Karl Rove is planning to spend big on early TV ads for two California Republicans, reserving airtime to boost the prospects of Doug Ose in his challenge of Democratic Rep. Ami Bera of El...
Workers’ compensation is a perennial issue at the Capitol a complicated web of competing interests that emerges again every few years to fix what one side or the other said was screwed up the last time.