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Debra Saunders: Arnold a flop
One of my favorite columnists is Debra Saunders of Chronicle. She's survived the ongoing demise of newspapers, at least so far. Her take on Arnold's State of the State address is similar to mine (which was published yesterday in our news section). She writes: Mention Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger - y...
NEW: Cartoon: Mexico and immigration
AG’s low-key Vergara appeal has damage-control vibe
Without fanfare, Attorney General Kamala Harris appealed the Vergara decision throwing out state teacher tenure and job-protection laws late Friday at the direction of Gov. Jerry Brown and with the encouragement of state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson. Unlike with most major a...
Torlakson says real problem is low teacher pay, not tenure
This was predictable: Friday's announcement that state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson wanted an appeal of Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rolf Treu's ruling that teacher tenure laws are unconstitutional because they funnel the worst teachers to struggling schools with mostly min...
Bill would end Medi-Cal asset seizures
"Nothing is certain in this world except death and taxes" is an old saying. California also has seizures after death. Now, the California Legislature just passed a bill to limit the seizure of the estates of Medi-Cal recipients. The Mercury-News reported: Hanging in the balance are the hopes --...
100,000 lacking ID could lose Covered CA coverage
Covered California could lose up to 100,000 enrollees who haven't proven their eligibility under the state's version of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. According to the ACA, unlawful U.S. residents aren't permitted to receive coverage. Yet, although California is home to many immigrants ...
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