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Lobbyists spent more than $1 million on a failed bill to help proposed Clippers arena

More than $1 million was spent lobbying last year on failed legislation that would have fast-tracked construction of a new Clippers arena in Inglewood, according to state lobbying disclosures released ... read more

Caesars files lawsuit against Massachusetts gaming commission chairman

Caesars Entertainment Corp., which spent $100 million on ... said Crosby failed to publicly disclose his friendship and past business relationship with Paul Lohnes, part-owner of an Everett, Mass., ... read more

BROWN, De LEON compromise on 'SANCTUARY STATE' bill -- “Landmark” DRUG transparency bill -- PENCE cancels California trip

Learn more. Where’s Jerry? No public schedule. -- MAJOR MILESTONE? -- California Assembly passes “hotly contested” drug transparency bill, by POLITICO ... other than home sales and use the estimated ... read more

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Food for Thought: Do you know what steak you're getting?

... could help brewers pick the best yeast strains for improved beer flavors or help vintners develop wine that lasts longer after opening. The team mapped the genes of more than 70 strains of yeast ... read more


Hundreds of California cities and counties will have to make it easier to permit housing, state says

For example, the bill will fast-track 50 condominiums proposed on ... the second half of 2017. More than $1 million was spent lobbying last year on failed legislation that would have fast-tracked ... read more

Ron Malzer: Making a case against Trump

Tony Schwartz, ghostwriter of Trump’s “The Art of the Deal,” says that Trump never read a full book in the more than a year he spent with him ... A related $40 million fraud suit brought by the state ... read more

Political pressure from local leaders, charities kept shelters open

County supervisors, philanthropists and other shelter proponents met with state lawmakers, wrote letters to legislative committees and deployed lobbyists ... social workers more time to find the best ... read more

State lawmakers roll back cuts on animals, elderly

Brown earned the wrath of animal lovers up and down the state when he proposed eliminating requirements for shelters ... But after some serious lobbying by pet lovers, budget committee members in both ... read more

Stories for January 2013

Los Angeles business people and groups are alarmed by a proposed “homeless bill of rights” measure ... Robert Iger received overall compensation valued at $40.2 million last year, a more than 20 ... read more

Man pleads guilty to attempted kidnapping, stalking

A Bristol man could serve more than 10 years behind bars after admitting in Bucks County ... identified in court as “Fred,” on Canal Street and asked him for help. Fred recognized Lopez from his route ... read more

These keys unlock the oil pipeline debate

If this is fact, then certainly the pipeline will not help our further energy needs ... from all sides of the political arena. While we are at it, does anyone remember a man named Bill Clinton? People ... read more

Web-only reader letters on immigration

The proposed immigration bill, HR4437, is a fine step in ... the rest of us just sit back and watch TV. Twelve Million illegals are here already and when President Bush gets done, they will have more ... read more



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