The Sacramento Bee reports this week that Jerry Brown has granted a final exam "reprieve" to high school students who faced an uncertain outcome of their senior year thanks to California's incompetent government. But in so doing, what...Show More Summary
Cities beat targeted reduction of 25 percent set by Gov. Jerry Brown; California grappling with fourth straight year of drought
Gov. Jerry Brown won't be running for president. Don't be silly. He has already run the course. And now he's a geezer.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed an emergency measure Wednesday allowing high school seniors who have completed their coursework to receive diplomas without taking the statewide exit exam.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that will severely fine pot growers.
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Gov. Jerry Brown, in the midst of a tense political battle over climate change legislation, sharply criticized oil companies on Monday for selling a "highly destructive" product.
The Washington Examiner said: California Gov. Jerry Brown, D-Calif., said Hillary Clinton’s emails seem to have a “dark energy” which he compared to that of “a vampire.” The FBI will be investigating Clinton’s use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state, and despite her campaign’s best efforts, her emails have […]
Jerry Brown on "Meet the Press." Toni Atkins on "News Conference." A crossword creator dies. And much more.
The GOP candidate continues to insist that left-leaning politicians are to blame for her state's water woes
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Gov. Jerry Brown talked presidential politics on NBC's "Meet the Press," sounding off on Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' candidacy, Hillary Rodham Clinton's email and the chance that Vice President Joe Biden would enter the race.
Chuck Todd asked California Governor, Jerry Brown to assess the email scandal he once pontificated upon back in March of this year. At that time, he said he didn't know, that these things are always taken in a bigger context and developments happen as time passes. Show More Summary
More from the Trail Guide Aug. 21 Gov. Jerry Brown: Hillary Clinton's email trouble 'like a vampire' Aug. 20 Jeb Bush defends saying 'anchor babies' as Democrats attack him Aug. 19 Jeb Bush says 'anchor babies,' Hillary Clinton responds on social media Aug. 18 Hillary Clinton's response on whether...
Gov. Jerry Brown said Friday that the controversy over Hillary Clinton's emails is "almost like a vampire" and the presidential candidate needs to "find a stake and put it right through the heart."
(August 21, 2015 04:51 PM, by David Henderson) I try to reread 3 books ever 10 years or so: To Kill a Mockingbird, Lucky Jim, and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. This summer, the second book I read (I've posted about the first one here, here, and here)... (0 COMMENTS)
Playboy isn’t the type of publication you would expect to write about age discrimination – given the fact that most of the women they feature are what would be considered “young,” not to mention their physical attributes and the fact they are exploiting women could be labeled sexism, but that’s another story.
How much water does California’s oil and gas industry actually use? We still don’t know, despite a 2014 law signed by Governor Jerry Brown that went into effect this year requiring companies to report on all water produced, used andShow More Summary
A Los Angeles County supervisor is urging California Gov. Jerry Brown to appoint an independent expert to oversee a soil cleanup of potentially thousands of lead-contaminated homes surrounding a shuttered battery recycling plant in Vernon.
Gov. Jerry Brown bobbed and weaved through a news conference about transportation needs on Wednesday, declining to say where he thinks the state should find billions of dollars to repair California's roads.