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Los Angeles Times Staff WritersUnder cool, moist skies, firefighters on Saturday made significant strides against the remaining fires in Southern California. Displaced residents streamed back to their homes, and hard-hit San Diegans prepared to cheer on their Chargers in a football...
Tags: Animals, FEMA, Death, Sports, Political Systems
SACRAMENTO - The California Republican Party on Saturday voted to oppose all six ballot proposals in next month's special election, saying voters must reject higher taxes. The vote by the party's executive committee followed a lively, hour-long...
Tags: California, Politics, Elections, Voting, Meg Whitman
SYLMAR -- More financial help is on the way for victims of the destructive Sayre Fire. Mobile home owners whose properties were destroyed by the 2008 wildfire and who were insured by AIG will receive as much as an extra $125,000 on their policy under...
Associated PressThe state Supreme Court's decision to uphold California's constitutional ban on gay marriage - and another impassioned initiative fight as early as next year - present complications for the politician most associated with the cause, San Francisco Mayor...
Already struggling to cope with the recession, California businesses recently learned that their workers' compensation insurance premiums could swell this summer. Last month, a state board that tracks workers' comp costs recommended a rate increase of...
Meg Whitman struck it rich last month when she appeared on the cover of Fortune magazine, with a headline that asked if the Republican gubernatorial hopeful can "save California." It was a flattering profile, with friends and business associates attesting...
In 1987, then-Mayor Dianne Feinstein set off a civic soap opera in San Francisco, performing a public Hamlet act in weighing whether to seek the congressional seat made vacant by the death of Rep. Sala Burton, widow of legendary congressman Phil Burton....
Tags: Jerry Brown, Pete Wilson, Politics, California, Elections
Nearly two years before we learn the results of the 2010 governor's race, the identity of the likely winner is clear: Northern California. More than half of California's population may live south of the Tehachapi Mountains, but the state -- in matters of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will propose hiking the cost of insurance for millions of California homes and businesses in the budget he unveils Thursday, with the money to be used for firefighting efforts. The proposal, a copy of which was obtained by The...
Today, Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner and former Controller Steve Westly discuss overhauling the state's method of drawing legislative districts. Previously, they debated what impact Proposition 93 would have on legislators' time in office, the...
Tags: Pete Wilson, 2010 Census, California, Politics, Elections
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCalifornia regulators are expected to announce today that they are seeking as much as $1.33 billion in penalties from Cypress-based PacifiCare as a result of widespread problems stemming from its takeover two years ago by healthcare giant UnitedHealth...
Proposition 91 -- Gasoline tax WHAT IT WOULD DO: Would prohibit the governor and Legislature from tapping gasoline sales tax revenue meant for transportation projects and using it for non-transportation projects WHO SUPPORTS IT: Was put on the ballot by...
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