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If Californians Vote to Ban Slavery This Fall, Will Prisoners Get a Raise?

Californians in the November election will vote on a ballot measure that would change the state Constitution to ban the practice of forced l...

If Californians Vote to Ban Slavery This Fall, Will Prisoners Get a Raise?

Californians in the November election will vote on a ballot measure that would change the state Constitution to ban the practice of forced l...

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California Helped GOP Take Control of the House in 2022. Biden’s Decision Could Swing Districts in 2024.

As Democrats in California and across the country scramble to decide if they want President Joe Biden to remain in the race, a concerned U.S...

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Gambling Interests Gave $1M to California Lawmakers. Did It Influence Their Votes?

California’s tribal casinos won a key vote on a gambling bill earlier this month after showering members of an obscure legislative com...

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A Prison Union Is Spending Big on Gavin Newsom. Is It an ‘800 Pound Gorilla’ or a Threatened Species?

The California Correctional Peace Officers Association, better known as CCPOA, represents about 26,000 state prison guards. It increased its...

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How California’s Bureaucracy Prevents Working-Class Transplants from Resuming Their Careers

Uprooting your life to a new state is never an easy experience. In my case, it was due to tragic circumstances. Norma Ponce Special to Cal...

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Gavin Newsom for President? These Are His Assets and Liabilities

In the nearly two weeks since President Joe Biden’s catastrophic performance in a televised debate, the Democratic freakout over whether he ...

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Supreme Court Stripped Federal Regulators of Power. Do California Rules Offer a Backstop?

Tucked between headline-grabbing opinions on presidential immunity, Jan. 6 rioters and homeless encampments, the U.S. Supreme Court closed o...

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California Boosts Spending to Help Students Earn Math and Science Degrees

Alina Kralya tinkers with a microcontroller for one of her computer science projects at American River College. Nearby, a group of other fir...

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California’s ‘Weak’ Job Market Propped Up by Public Money as Private Sector Sheds Jobs

Gains in public-sector and other jobs largely supported by public money have cloaked a dismal California labor market, which has seen a big ...

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Hundreds of Deaths, Thousands of Injuries, Billions of Dollars: The Cost of Extreme Heat in California

A blistering California heat wave over the past week and through the Fourth of July holiday could be topped off by the hottest temperature e...

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Largest Housing Provider for Migrant Children Engaged in Pervasive Sexual Abuse, US Says

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Fresno Offers Free Movie Tickets for Seniors to Beat the Heat

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Republicans Grapple With Next Moves if Democrats Replace Biden

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