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It didn't take long for California's lawmakers, officials and advocates to start issuing statements responding to the budget proposal that Gov. Jerry Brown released this morning.
They're back: The Legislature meets today for the first time this year, the Assembly at noon and the Senate at 2 p.m.
California's state budget. Public-sector pensions. Taxes. The Sacramento Bee's Capitol Alert readers avidly followed those issues this year, as the blog's top 10 posts of 2012 show. Here's the list, in reverse order:
California's Electoral College is about to make it official: The Golden State is blue.
Was it really only a year ago that three federal appellate judges were hearing arguments in San Francisco in two cases related to Proposition 8?
Secretary of State Debra Bowen has until Dec. 14 to certify the election for candidates running for something other than president, but one by one, the nail-biters have been dropping off the list.
Will Senate leader Darrell Steinberg mention Proposition 8 at the Harry S. Truman Democratic Club luncheon he's headlining in downtown Sacramento today?
Today is a state holiday, Veterans Day observed, so the business of government promises to gallop at a glacier's pace.
If California's elementary, middle school and high school students were the state's only voters, only two of the 11 propositions on Tuesday's ballot would fail: Proposition 32 on campaign finance, and Proposition 34 to abolish the de...
Will Gov. Jerry Brown see his Proposition 30 approved in Tuesday's election?