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CalWatchdog Morning Read – December 5

Voter fraud in CA? Public workers strike canceled, deal reached with state Lawmakers urge new AG to step up CPUC probe Democrats want funding for legal bills for undocumented immigrants CA Democrats want ban on offshore drilling Good morning! Legislators

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – December 2

Los Angeles congressman tapped for CA attorney general How much will e-cigs be taxed under new measure? Court reopens lawsuit against bullet-stamping law Richmond mayor spoke too soon on local crime Kevin de Leon rules out congressional run? Good morning. TGIF. The wait

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – December 1

Darrell Issa sues opponent Statewide teacher shortage persists FBI still trying to answer key questions from San Bernardino terror attack Water conservation plan unveiled Moderate Democrats in Sacramento may reject new taxes Good morning. TGIT. Welcome to December. The election

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – November 30

U.S./Mexico water negotiations closely watched State strikes back at union threatening walkout CA Supreme Court to consider landmark pension ruling SF considering $5 million plan to defend those facing deportation ICYMI: What a Democratic supermajority means for the state Good morning.

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – November 29

Mr. Issa goes (back) to Washington Democrats grab legislative supermajorities Police-reform spotlight shines on the local level CalPERS misses Wells Fargo warning signs Startup aims to end dial-for-dollars How CA became so blue Good morning. Happy Tuesday. The Associated Press

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – November 28

Voters choose to speed up death penalty cases Pension tweaks not working Myths about homelessness Bay Area Democrat pushing for normalized relations between U.S. and Cuba Trump tweets voter fraud allegations, but no proof  Good morning! You may not have

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – November 23

Democrats on verge of supermajority Transportation deal dead for now Largest public workers union to strike Kamala Harris Backpage.com prosecution may be falling apart  Initiative forcing voter approval of large bond measures dies Good morning! Programming note: Morning Read will

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – November 22

Democratic supermajority in Legislature Pension costs going up? Calexit initiative filed But do they know how hard secession would be? Silicon Valley picked the wrong candidate. Now what? Good morning. Happy Tuesday, also known informally around the CalWatchdog newsroom as “Almost

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – November 21

What Trump means for teachers union Split between CA Dems’ success and national Dems’ failure Wind and solar hope to appeal to Trump Six areas CA and Trump may battle Brown not yet fully embracing role of opposition to Trump 

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – November 18

LAO: State could withstand mild recession Newsom calls for higher-ed “sanctuary campuses” CA is the new Texas Border Patrol union likes Trump’s wall idea Covered California prepares for Trump Good morning. TGIF. In non-Trump news, the state’s budget could survive a

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