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A Climate Campaign?

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If you’re a backer of Jerry Brown’s gubernatorial campaign and you read tonight’s new statewide poll, you’ve got to be saying to yourself: can he make this campaign about climate change? Okay, maybe not a campaign exclusively about the issue. … Continue reading »


Meg's Booklet: The November Edition

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The gubernatorial campaign of Meg Whitman has a new edition of their much publicized (and probably very expensive) policy booklet ready for the fall election. And while it’s being marketed as a more targeted look at her plan to create … Continue reading »


November's Ballotapalooza

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Political consultants. Arnold Schwarzenegger. California’s congressional Democrats. BP. The forever warring California Legislature. Consider these some of the key early players worth noting in the ten measures that made it onto the November 2 statewide ballot, each of which received … Continue reading »


Unions, Tribes, And Now... Oil

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Over the years, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has reserved a unique place in his own political purgatory for groups he calls “special interests.” The membership list had remained pretty unchanged since 2003. That is, until last week. Organized labor, Indian gaming … Continue reading »


New Wrinkle, Same Fight

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One of these days, someone will end the debate on whether California has the authority to demand fewer greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles. In the meantime, there’s another battle that’s erupted… and this one is found deep inside a document … Continue reading »