Monthly Archives: November 2004

Fixing 3 Strikes?

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Governor Schwarzenegger also told reporters today that he would consider changes to the state’s three strikes law, even after he helped convince voters to reject a package of changes on Election Day. The governor says he thought Proposition 66 was … Continue reading »


Arnold: A Limit On New Slot Machines...

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Governor Schwarzenegger is now hinting that Indian tribes that still have not renegotiated with him may soon miss their chance at having more slot machines. In a wide-ranging and extensive news conference this afternoon with the Capitol press corps, the … Continue reading »


68 Degrees... Or Else!

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An interesting sight in the governor’s briefing room, Room 1190 of the state Capitol, just moments before Governor Schwarzenegger walked in for his post-election news conference. An employee of the state’s Department of General Services was walking back and forth … Continue reading »


Reading The Tea Leaves...

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As of this writing, we’re still not sure of how some of the larger issues from Election Day will end up. But we can assemble a few tidbits from the California political scene: * Coattails: Your overall opinion of Governor … Continue reading »


Nothing Left To Do... But Wait

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Election Day is a painfully long day for everyone involved in politics– candidates, campaign workers, and political journalists alike. Weeks and months (sometimes years) of work is finally in the hands of the voters. I’ve known many politicos who find … Continue reading »


Nothing Left To Do… But Wait

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Election Day is a painfully long day for everyone involved in politics– candidates, campaign workers, and political journalists alike. Weeks and months (sometimes years) of work is finally in the hands of the voters. I’ve known many politicos who find … Continue reading »