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Election night: What to watch in CA election results
The polls will remain open for a few more hours in California, but it's already safe to call the winners for most statewide and legislative races. Even with the historically low voter turnout, Democrats are expected to once again sweep all the major statewide races. The handful of propositions se...
CTA pours extra money into Torlakson-Tuck race
Polls have shown the race between Superintendent of Public Schools Tom Torlakson and fellow Democrat Marshall Tuck to be within the margin of error, but I'm hearing there was a big infusion of CTA funds to run attack ads Monday night. That suggests internal polls have the Torlakson camp worried. ...
Few donors, big support for Prop. 47
With California's Proposition 47, advocates of criminal justice reform have created a potent test case for national policy. But financial support for the measure has depended on a tiny handful of influential donors, creating unexpected and uncomfortable questions for both sides about the influence...
Prop. 1 would follow $32 billion past water bonds
  Proposition 1 on today's ballot marks the first time in 50 years California has proposed building at least two new major dams and reservoirs. If voters concur, by 2023 dams would be built with the $7.5 billion water bond. An important consideration is how the 21 previous water bonds i...
CARB rejects delay for ‘hidden gas tax’
  The California Air Resources Board rejected pleas at its latest meeting to delay bringing transportation fuels into the cap-and-trade program – despite arguments that it will result in higher gas prices, cost thousands of jobs and harm the state’s poorest residents. Cap-and-trade wa...
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