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Heavy Budget Lifting & The Lite Guv

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No major news today on whether Abel Maldonado will… or won’t… be California’s next lieutenant governor. But new comments from the leader of the state Senate seem to acknowledge one part of the deliberations… or rather, six billion parts. As … Continue reading »

Maldo Gets The Nod. Now What?

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The guessing game is over, now that Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger used the most unlikely of platforms — a national TV talk show — to announce a political decision that only matters here in California, his choice for lieutenant governor. And … Continue reading »

No Sale of the Big House

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San Quentin, may you rot and burn in hell. May your walls fall and may I live to tell. May all the world forget you ever stood. And may all the world regret you did no good. Those are Johnny … Continue reading »

Podcast: Recissions, Rumblings, Revenues

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On this week’s Capital Notes Podcast, we wax poetically about some of the latest poltical and policy news… including an insurance industry crackdown, grumbling among some legislative Democrats when it comes to party politics, and the latest news on the … Continue reading »

Podcast: From Delegates to Grudge Matches

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This week’s edition of the Capital Notes Podcast has us looking at several tidbits from the world of California politics… including the election of delegates to the Democratic National Convention and several nasty (or soon to be so) grudge matches … Continue reading »

Denham Recall Elex: June 3

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Voters in the 12th state Senate district will do more than just participate in the state’s primary election on Tuesday, June 3: they’ll also weigh in on whether to recall their sitting senator. Governor Schwarzenegger acted today to consolidate the … Continue reading »