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Legislative Analyst: Trump help needed if L.A. gets 2024 Olympics

At a time of intense bad blood between the Trump administration and the state of California, a new Legislative Analyst’s Office report stressed the importance of years of local-state-federal cooperation in preparing for a possible 2024 Summer Olympics in Los

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California seeks fourth federal disaster declaration

  Still reeling from a wild weather season, California chalked up a fourth request for federal disaster aid, as Gov. Jerry Brown lodged the request en route to Washington earlier this month. “Putting the price tag of California’s brutal winter storms at $569

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State Republicans embrace key Trump policies

The California Republican Party wrapped up its annual spring convention by re-electing former state Sen. Jim Brulte, R-Rancho Cucamonga, to his third term as state chairman – but while also moving away from policies Brulte has touted to stands more attuned

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 27

Texas shows CA the way in fighting Washington Legislators want to battle “fake news” Property insurance on the rise? Environmental laws probably can’t block Trump’s wall Law may be against Trump on sanctuary cities Good morning! TGIF. It’s all Trump,

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 26

State, feds on collision course over “sanctuary” policies El Monte mayor can’t stop bonus pensions Federal funding for San Bernardino shooting relief in jeopardy State’s unfunded retirement benefits keep growing Drought conditions lowest since April 2013 Good morning. TGIT. If today

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Texas offers CA a road map in challenging Washington

President Trump’s signing of executive orders Wednesday to begin planning for construction of a wall along the Mexican border, to withhold federal funds from local governments that don’t cooperate with immigration authorities and to increase efforts to track down illegal

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California, Trump on collision course over sanctuary cities

President Donald Trump on Wednesday said his administration would block federal funding for cities that don’t cooperate with federal immigration laws, with Democratic leaders in the state vowing to fight back. A handful of California cities, like Los Angeles and

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Brown’s State of the State address is both conciliatory and defiant

Jerry Brown teetered between conciliatory and defiant in his annual State of the State address on Tuesday.   The popular Democratic governor echoed other Democratic leaders in the state by taking shots at Republican President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 24

Enough blame for everyone with Oakland housing crisis Trade deal’s death hurts Central Valley farmers Key reform of environmental law hasn’t worked Orange County could model GOP success with Asian-Americans California has the highest real poverty rate in the country

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – Inauguration Day

Time to work toward 100 percent renewables? Raiders file paperwork for Vegas move Trump moth San Diego pensions falling short Democratss pressure McCarthy on Obamacare in Bakersfield Good morning! TGIF. It’s inauguration Day. So, in honor of the festivities, whether

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