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California Considers Moving To Single Payer Health System

California is a state that miscalculated costs for the state run Medicaid program by $1.9 billion. The state is reckoned to have a $1.6 billion deficit, and Governor Jerry Brown

JOEL KOTKIN: “The cracks in the 50-year-old Oroville Dam, and the massive spillage and massive evac…

JOEL KOTKIN: “The cracks in the 50-year-old Oroville Dam, and the massive spillage and massive evacuations that followed, shed light on the true legacy of Jerry Brown. The governor, most recently in Newsweek, has cast himself as both the Subcomandante Zero of the anti-Trump resistance and savior of the planet. But when Brown finally departs […]

CA Gov. Brown, Lawmakers Focus on Funding Bills

The Sacramento Bee reports, “The way California raises money to maintain and repair state highways and local roads has largely been the same for more than two decades. Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic legislative leaders want to change...Show More Summary

A winter's worth of storms prompts Gov. Jerry Brown to ask for $437 million in flood and emergency relief

Warning that it will only amount to a small down payment on a large and costly problem, Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled a $437-million request Friday to speed up flood control efforts in Northern California and boost the readiness of the state’s emergency operations. “These liabilities are a serious...

Conflict or cooperation with President Trump? Gov. Jerry Brown sees an opportunity for both

Essential Politics: California Republicans gather for their state convention in Sacramento Feb. 24, 2017, 12:39 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: The California Republican Party will host its convention...

California governor proposes spending $437 million on aging dams, flood control

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - California Governor Jerry Brown on Friday proposed spending $437 million for flood control and emergency response and preparedness, days after damage at the country's tallest dam, located northeast of the state capital, led to the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people downstream.

Gov. Jerry Brown proposes speeding up water and flood protection projects after the winter's big storms

Essential Politics: California Republicans gather for their state convention in Sacramento Feb. 24, 2017, 12:12 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: The California Republican Party will host its convention...

The Latest: California governor seeks flood control funds

The Latest on California's flood problems (all times local): 12:05 p.m. California Gov. Jerry Brown wants to spend $437 million on immediate flood control and emergency response actions in the … Click to Continue »

California governor seeks $437 million for flood control

California Gov. Jerry Brown wants to spend $437 million on flood control and emergency response in the water-logged state. Brown said Friday he would do that by redirecting $50 million … Click to Continue »

Gov. Jerry Brown proposes $437-million fix for flood control and emergency response needs

Essential Politics: California Republicans gather for their state convention in Sacramento Feb. 24, 2017, 11:47 a.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: The California Republican Party will host its convention...

Gov. Jerry Brown comes out against Measure S

Gov. Jerry Brown is against a Los Angeles ballot measure that would restrict real estate development, its opponents announced Thursday. “I join with all those who say Measure S goes too far,” Brown said in a statement released by opponents of Measure S. It would impose a moratorium on buildings...

The Latest: Governor tours damaged California dam

The Latest on the response to damaged spillways at Lake Oroville in Northern California (all times local): 5:20 p.m. Gov. Jerry Brown has visited crews responding to damaged spillways at … Click to Continue »

California Gov. Jerry Brown Bashes Trump, Then Asks for Federal Aid

The governor of California has become a laughingstock on social media after he was forced to beg the Trump administration for federal aid money to address the Oroville Dam crisis just weeks after he flaunted his refusal to adhere to … More » The post California Gov. Jerry Brown Bashes Trump, Then Asks for Federal Aid appeared first on EveryJoe.

Will blazing a low-carbon path pay off for California?

President Trump has made it clear he intends to dismantle the Obama administration's policies for reducing U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. But California Governor Jerry Brown has declared that his state – which would be the sixth-largest economy in the world if it was an independent nation – will not waver from its decade-long push to fight climate change.

Trump administration approves California governor’s disaster requests

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Trump administration approves California governor’s disaster requests WASHINGTON — Federal emergency officials approved California Gov. Jerry Brown’s requests to pay for winter storm damages and to support California’s unfolding response to the emergency at the crumbling Oroville...

California Asks for Major Disaster Declaration

Governor Jerry Brown requested Friday that President Trump declare a major disaster in California, as winter storms continue to pummel the state. The request comes on the heels of the governor's emergency proclamation for 49 counties...Show More Summary

CA: Governor Brown Pitches Sacramento's Streetcar to Trump

Sacramento's planned downtown streetcar line got a boost from Gov. Jerry Brown this week, who included it on a list of 51 "critical" infrastructure projects California would like to see the Trump administration help fund.

Gov. Jerry Brown issues emergency order to speed up state aid

Live updates: Flooding threat at Oroville Dam eases slightly but evacuations remain Feb. 13, 2017, 1:23 a.m. "This is not a drill. Repeat this is not a drill," the National Weather Service said Sunday, urging people living below Oroville Dam to evacuate. More than 100,000 people were told to evacuate...

Oh Look! Trump Is California’s President Now – Gov. Jerry Brown Asks For Help

I guess you could say the drought is officially over in California and then some. They have been deluged by storms. My son lives in Reno, NV and the Truckee

Gov. Brown Asks Trump For Storm Disaster Declaration

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California Gov. Jerry Brown has sent a letter to Donald Trump asking the president to issue a disaster declaration for the storm-beleaguered state. The letter, issued Friday, cites a series of “powerful winter storms” beginning Jan.Show More Summary

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