Reporting from Sacramento - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger wasn't the only Hollywood celebrity shaping legislation in the state Capitol this past year. Je...
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With a record low number of Californians 13 percent giving the Legislature their approval in the latest Field Poll, next year's elections promise to ...
CBS folded and removed the billboard criticizing Mercury Insurance without even a word of warning to its client, my consumer group, Consumer Watchdog.
Mayor Newsom is the most exciting thing to happen to California politics in years. He promises to lift California out of the morass that the deadening hands of the GOP have submerged us in.
The California budget crisis continues to be a showdown between a recalcitrant Executive and a weak-kneed Legislature.
Thanks to an economic crisis his good friend George W. Bush gave us, Schwarzenegger is launching a frontal assault against virtually all of the state's public sector institutions.
If Arnold and the Democrats can waste state money holding failed ballot initiatives and "special elections" they can set aside a little cash for a Constitutional Convention.
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