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Podcast: An Education

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Educational political ads and education funding in the budget are both parts of this week’s Capital Notes Podcast. But there’s oh so much more. Capitol Weekly’s Anthony York and I tackle the big news from the race for governor — … Continue reading »

Podcast: Spring Break Fever

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Don’t misread that title. This isn’t a Capital Notes Podcast Gone Wild, or recorded on the sandy beaches of Cancun… just a quiet week in Sacramento with the Legislature on recess. That being said, there’s been no break in the … Continue reading »

Podcast: The Moolah

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Some of my friends who aren’t fans of politics have asked me, “Why can’t all that money spent on campaigns be used to help balance the state budget?” That paradox — plenty of political cash, too little budget cash — … Continue reading »

Podcast: Survey Says...

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The chattering class enjoyed this week in California politics: a debate, new polling, and a lot of spin about momentum. This week’s Capital Notes Podcast takes a look at the two races in the news — the contest for governor, … Continue reading »

Podcast: Budgets & Blunders

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This week’s Capital Notes Podcast stretches from the halls of the state Capitol to the campaign trail of those who want to be governor, and some political stories that we may be talking about for a long time to come. … Continue reading »

Podcast: Jerry Brown

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This week’s Capital Notes Podcast features a one-on-one interview with the newest candidate in the 2010 race for governor… the one who was able to string news coverage of his announcement all the way through til week’s end. That candidate … Continue reading »

Podcast: Small Steps

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We’re back to the budget deficit. On this week’s Capital Notes Podcast, we look at this week’s budget news… small steps towards closing the $20 billion gap, but steps nonetheless. Capitol Weekly’s Anthony York and I pore over the proposals … Continue reading »

Podcast: Battle Lines

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The next statewide election is still 109 days away, but you’d be hard pressed to know that given the battle lines already going up in some of the state’s biggest contests. On this week’s Capital Notes Podcast, we head back … Continue reading »

Podcast: The Maldo Morass

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There’s nothing like a day in politics where different sides say the outcome means different things… and neither may end up with the final word. Confused? Us, too. This week’s Capital Notes Podcast is solely devoted to Thursday’s oddball events … Continue reading »

Podcast: The Wannabes

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This week’s Capital Notes Podcast is all about this week’s most talked about job seekers: a guy who wants the state’s #2 ranking job and two folks who want to be top dog. First up: the high drama of Wednesday’s … Continue reading »