Criminal sentencing reform and an extension on tax increases for high earners are among California’s November ballot propositions supported by a majority of likely voters, a new Field Poll found. In 2012, a $1 cigarette tax to fund cancer research was defeated by a margin of only 0.4 percentage points. Prop. Show More Summary
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Twelve score years ago our founders brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a Great Election, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. Show More Summary
Essential Politics: Gov. Brown rejects additional money for costs of San Bernardino attack, signs bill to outlaw possession of synthetic 'spice' drug Sept. 26, 2016, 9:49 a.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching:This...
At first blush, the tobacco tax measure on California’s November ballot looks pretty straightforward. Proposition 56 would raise the price of a pack of cigarettes by $2 and tax e-cigarettes for the fi...
Newton said earlier in week addressing social issues was "lose-lose" proposition for him.
Having to ask parents to sign a consent form should not be considered a burden — and yet activists have put Proposition 58 on the November ballot so that they
Essential Politics: Gov. Brown signs legislation to combat cyberbullying, Harris' lead in Senate race grows in new poll Sept. 23, 2016, 10:06 a.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching:Students at California public schools...
A proposition aims to bring more community businesses to these community events.
Two smart writers engaged in a familiar debate about education reform this week on account of a proposition on the ballot in Massachusetts this November that would allow more charter schools to operate in the state. Esquire's Charles Pierce, a Masschusettan, wrote a column critical of the proposal on Monday. Show More Summary
We often think of limitations as weaknesses. In reality, they are strengths that will help differentiate your products/services in the market. How do you target the right customers? Who are they and how do you attract them? Every marketer struggles with these questions. Show More Summary
Today is September 22, the birthday of California activist Howard Jarvis (1903-1986), champion of California’s Proposition 13 (1978) and namesake of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. After years of skyrocketing property tax increases, Prop. Show More Summary
Thursday: Native American team nicknames in schools, the future of Los Angeles, and a look at the death penalty propositions.
Editor’s Note: D’Arcy Guerin Gue is a co-founder of Phoenix, with over 25 years of experience in executive leadership, strategic planning, IT services, knowledge leadership, and industry relations — with a special focus on patient engagement and federal compliance issues. Show More Summary
Essential Politics: Gov. Brown signs legislation to combat cyberbullying, Harris' lead in Senate race grows in new poll Sept. 21, 2016, 4:26 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching:Students at California public schools...
Experts say difficult climate for police officers is impacting police recruiting, retention.
Activist Robin Ficker seeks a charter amendment that could go before voters in November.
Two ballot proposals, Proposition 62 and Proposition 66, accept that the state’s death penalty, which costs an estimated $150 million a year, is broken.
No righteous, freedom-loving Californian believes human beings should be executed for possessing or selling pot. Indeed, we rightly cringe at the megalomaniac entreaties (such as, kill drug dealers and “I’ll give you a medal”) of military...Show More Summary