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A new state budget with very little Democratic infighting, and the continuing buzz over an FBI raid at the state Capitol.
This week: early state budget maneuvers, and a former legislative leader ponders a return to the Capitol.
A big budget week, with the race now on for a Capitol deal by mid-June.
This week: the politics of crime and punishment, from Gov. Jerry Brown's federal court filing to a would-be candidate's launch of a 2014 ballot campaign.
This week, we check in on some of 2013's first legislative deadline week fodder -- from environmental revamps to health care and beyond.
This week's podcast: Gov. Jerry Brown launches a public fight to pass his plan to reshape education funding.
This week: a Q&A between Gov. Jerry Brown and the three of us who traveled with him to China over the past nine days.
This week's podcast: on the road, and on high speed rail, with Gov. Jerry Brown in China.
A preview of Gov. Brown's trade mission to China... on which we'll be tagging along.
This week: special election maneuvers and preparing to count April tax revenues as they start to flow into Sacramento.
This week's Capitol Connection podcast takes a look at some healthy political skepticism on display over the past week.
This week: the scramble to fill empty seats in the Legislature, the state GOP's challenges, and the Obamacare battle in the state Capitol.
From Kern County to Washington, D.C. and beyond, it's been an interesting week for the political fights that lie ahead in California's near future.
This week's podcast looks at some good poll numbers for Democrats and the big bills to watch at the State Capitol in 2013.
This week: the Texas dustup, debating an oil tax, and Gov. Jerry Brown's plans to head back east.
This week: new polling on guns, the GOP response on illegal immigration, early talk on the state budget, and final numbers in 2012 campaign cash.
Gov. Jerry Brown's State of the State offered both the grandiose and the granular when it comes to the political challenges that lie ahead in 2013.
Gov. Jerry Brown focused on California's colleges and universities this week -- specifically, ideas for online education and his insistence that higher education trim its fiscal sails.
Absence, it's said, makes the heart grow fonder. That's probably true, too, when it comes to the absence of a projected state budget deficit.
The busy season returns to the state Capitol, but it could be a year unlike all others in recent memory.
One thing you can certainly say about the soon-to-end year in California politics: it wasn't boring.
From handshakes to hugs and beyond, the California Legislature returned this week for -- dare we say it -- a session that could be unlike any other.
A walk around the state Capitol in recent days felt a lot like move-in day on a college campus. Boxes, lamps, books, all stacked up and ready to be put in place. Yes, it's almost here: a new two year session of the Legislature.
The reality of the state Capitol in recent years has been one of the zero sum game - that is, all efforts to find true middle ground on the thorny policy and political issues have come up empty.
The contentious and, at times, controversial 2012 election season is over. Gov. Jerry Brown wins a big fight; legislative Democrats make history; and everyone from Republicans to the siblings Munger have some soul searching to do.
The hours are waning before Election Day, as Gov. Jerry Brown and others make their last minute appeals to voters. This week's Capitol Connection podcast is a brief overview of things to watch come Tuesday.
In this week's Capitol Connection podcast, we talk the latest numbers on Proposition 30, and how the governor needs to find the right message to stop his initiative's slide below the magic 50 percent mark.
This week, we discuss the growing battle between supporters of the two big tax increase initiatives on the ballot, measures championed by philanthropist Molly Munger and Gov. Jerry Brown.
This week's Capitol Connection podcast looks at some new poll numbers on Gov. Jerry Brown's initiative, Proposition 30, and an alternative tax hike, Proposition 38.
On this week's Capitol Connection podcast, we discuss new statewide polling on three measures -- Gov. Jerry Brown's Proposition 30, Proposition 32, and Proposition 38.
This week's Capitol Connection Podcast features some talk about issues percolating around the statehouse, as well as the early messaging of Brown's effort on his tax increase initiative
No, that title doesn't give you any hint of what's in this News10 Capitol Connection podcast. Instead, it's a description of why you're seeing it four days late.
The two year session of the California Legislature is down to its final few weeks, and the wheels are turning on issues from taxes to guns and beyond.
This week's News10 Capitol Connection podcast examines the latest campaign finance reports, which campaigns have early momentum, and how the final month of the California Legislature's session could impact the fall contests.
We've launched a new weekly look at California politics, the News10 Capitol Connection podcast. This week: do big spending and possible scandals have an impact on the fate of Gov. Jerry Brown's November tax initiative?