Posts Tagged ‘governor’

C.A.R. statement on governor’s State of the State address

C.A.R. supports the governor’s position that local government needs to be held accountable for addressing housing supply. 

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C.A.R. statement on governor’s State of the State address

C.A.R. supports the governor’s position that local government needs to be held accountable for addressing housing supply. 

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Cal State, buoyed by Newsom’s generous budget proposal, to boost enrollment

California State University is poised to enroll thousands more Californians and step up support to help them graduate sooner, thanks to a hefty increase in state funding proposed by Gov. Gavin Newsom

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Don’t run for president, Mayor Garcetti. There’s plenty for you to do in Los Angeles

In 2009, Los Angeles magazine memorably put Antonio Villaraigosa on its cover with a one-word headline stamped across his torso: Failure. A companion essay went on to assail L.A.’s then-mayor, who was rumored to be pining for the governor’s seat.

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California lawmakers wrote 1,016 new laws this year. Here’s some of what did and didn’t make it

California’s Legislature revved into high gear when it came to writing laws in 2018, sending the most bills to the governor’s desk in more than a decade. In all, Gov

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California lawmakers wrote 1,016 new laws this year. Here’s some of what did and didn’t make it

California’s Legislature revved into high gear when it came to writing laws in 2018, sending the most bills to the governor’s desk in more than a decade. In all, Gov.

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Officials warn travel is still dangerous in flooded areas of the Carolinas

Travel remained dangerous Saturday in southeastern North Carolina, where the governor warned of “treacherous” floodwaters more than a week after Hurricane Florence made landfall, and urged residents to stay alert for flood warnings and evacuation orders. Gov. Roy Cooper said nine of the state’s…

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Jerry Brown may not be the ultimate climate crusader, but he’s a lot closer than most politicians

Gov. Jerry Brown is unquestionably one of America’s most outspoken climate warriors. Yet in his own state, activists protest that he’s an overrated slacker

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Jerry Brown’s second governorship unmasked the irreverent iconoclast’s inner traditionalist

In keeping with tradition, the Sacramento legislative session opened in 1976 with the Governor’s Prayer Breakfast, which proved anything but traditional. British anthropologist Gregory Bateson delivered the sermon, a parable about a Native American church and its peyote sacrament. A Sufi choir..

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California Legislature passes major police transparency measures on internal investigations and body cameras

California lawmakers approved two landmark measures late Friday to open internal investigations of police shootings and make body camera footage public. If signed by the governor, the bills would undo some of the nation’s strictest rules keeping law enforcement records secret and ensure the public…

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