Prop. 36 takes a swing at three strikes 3

Oct. 29, 2012 By Dave Roberts If Proposition 36 passes, about 2,800 inmates who have committed multiple felonies and are serving sentences of 25 years to life could be released from prison or re-sentenced to lesser terms. Those criminals were

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Gov. Brown goes back to school 10

Oct. 29, 2012 Katy Grimes: Some say that Gov. Jerry Brown is getting schooled on Proposition 30. Others say he’s rekindling his youth. Either way, Brown is spending a great deal of time on college campuses these days trying to

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Congressional race in San Diego takes macabre turn 7

Oct. 29, 2012 By Chris Reed In the 52nd congressional district, San Diego’s small-government conservatives don’t have all too much to cheer for. Incumbent Brian Bilbray was part of the 1994 “Contract for America” class of House Republicans who betrayed

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Why Dan Lungren will lose his seat 7

Steven Greenhut: My congressman, U.S. Rep. Dan Lungren, R-Sacramento, is in a tight race to keep his seat, but I predict he is going to lose even amid a pro-Romney tide. His opponent is a kneejerk Democratic leftist named Ami Bera

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This could be fun 8

Oct. 28, 2012 By John Seiler It looks like Proposition 30 is going down to defeat. So what I’m looking forward to is Gov. Jerry Brown going into a meltdown when his pet prop loses. He could rail against the

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