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An undercover FBI agent spent thousands building a case against Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow, but Chow’s lawyers say his defense against the government’s charges won’t cost him a cent.
The California Legislature has bounced back from record low approval in recent years, but the March arrest of state Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, immediately reversed some of those gains, Dan says.
The 2014 legislative session began with high liberal hopes, but turned sour with scandal and conflict.
An annual spring ritual continued Wednesday when the California Chamber of Commerce declared 26 legislative measures as "job killers" that should be rejected.
As the weather warms and legislative deadlines approach, the state Capitol comes alive with rallies and demonstrations of all ideological stripes.
California fares very poorly - once again - in a national analysis of states' administration of elections by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
California's tax revenues jumped by 18.2 percent in 2013, thanks to an improving economy and the impact of a temporary sales and income tax increase approved by voters, a new Census Bureau report shows.
As Gov. Jerry Brown's recent passing of the three-quarters-of-a-century mark demonstrates, California's representatives aren't exactly spring chickens.
Kamala Harris’ fiancé, Douglas Emhoff, is partner in charge of the law firm Venable LLP’s Los Angeles office. The two were engaged March 27, said David Beltran, Harris’ communications director.