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Caliufornia’s economic recovery has been uneven, exacerbating its evolution into a two-tier society.
Freshman Rep. Ami Bera has been fielding attacks from a trio of Republican rivals on everything from his jobs record to his support for the federal health care overhaul.
For months, former state Sen. Sheila Kuehl stood alone as a candidate to replace termed-out Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky.
The possibility of pay raises in an election year is tricky political ground for a Legislature that is still unpopular with many voters, Dan says.
The Senate’s Democratic supermajority voted to partially reauthorize affirmative action, but it’s drawing sharp opposition from Asian groups.
Even as they continue to collect their salaries, the Senate's refusal to acknowledge Sens. Rod Wright, D-Baldwin Hills, and Ron Calderon, D-Montebello, is rather Orwellian, Dan says.
Back in the 1970s, San Diego was a hotspot for political namephreakers because the city had three top-drawer politicians named Wilson.
Many informational hearings are just an opportunity for legislators to promote their re-election campaigns, Dan says.
Another issue has been raised in California’s perennial debate over water – whether pumping groundwater should be regulated