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PG&E hit hard + Newsom & Feinstein cruising

Kevin de León takes on Dianne Feinstein for U.S. Senator

State Senator Kevin de León talks about why he is running for U.S. Senator.
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State Senator Kevin de León talks about why he is running for U.S. Senator.

In case you missed it:

A Public Policy Institute of California poll released Wednesday night shows Kevin De León trailing far behind Sen. Dianne Feinstein. Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom has a big lead in the governor’s race over Republican John Cox.

PG&E Corp. announced a loss of nearly $1 billion due to wildfire claims on Thursday.

From the opinion pages:

Armando Quintero, is chairman of the California Water Commission, and Carol Baker, vice chairwoman of the commission, believe California is making a huge investment in water storage to prepare for climate change.

Karin Klein, veteran California journalist and commentator, says the University of California should put the SAT out of its misery.

To overcome opioid crisis, California needs legislators who will be real leaders, writes Pete Nielsen CEO of the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals.

Bill Whalen, a Hoover Institution research fellow and former speechwriter for Gov. Pete Wilson, believes Gov. Jerry Brown should induct Willie Brown into the California Hall of Fame.

The Sac Bee Editorial Board wonders whether California schools can pass their tough test on pensions.

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