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Over the last six decades – mile by expensive mile – California’s transportation department has upgraded Highway 101 on the scenic North Coast from a narrow, twisting, two-lane road into a modern four-lane expressway.
As Gov. Jerry Brown runs for re-election, he has adopted “California Comeback” – voiced during his State of the State address in January – as his informal slogan.
As the Legislature adjourns, an activist Capitol era ends, but its long-term effect remains uncertain.
The California Legislature likes to pass gun control bills, but they sometimes collide with Bill of Rights.
The arrest of Sen. Ben Hueso on drunken driving charges extends a 164-year intertwined history of the Legislature and liquor.
With big public policy issues mostly done, the Legislature turns to special interest conflicts in last week.
It’s no secret that quite a few state legislators actually live outside districts they represent even though state law and constitution require them to reside in their districts, but only Los Angeles enforces it.
Severe drought is compelling California to rethink how it manages its water supply.