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It looks like Californians are growing weary of the ballot box: preliminary results from Tuesday’s vote show about 56 percent didn’t even bother to vote.
The chairman of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors had some very strong words to say after the county registrar’s office experienced significant delays in posting initial results.
The makeup of a city council in Riverside County was dramatically altered after four of five members were recalled in response to an alleged campaign money-laundering scandal.
Fresh off of an election night being hailed by party leaders as a repudiation of the current administration, Republicans now say it’s time to repeal the health care reform bill.
Lawmakers will now be able to pass a budget plan with a simple majority vote instead of the currently required two-thirds.
- Newsom Elected Lieutenant Governor Of California 11/03/2010
- LA County Voters Reelect Deceased Senator 11/03/2010
- Torlakson To Become Superintendent Of Schools 11/03/2010
- Loretta Sanchez Retains Her Congressional Seat 11/03/2010
- Calif. Voters Concerned About Economy, Government 11/02/2010
- Group: Robocalls Gave Spanish-Speaking Voters Late Polling Date KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–11/02/2010
- Schwarzenegger Casts His Vote For California Governor CBS2 / KCAL9–11/02/2010
- California Voters Gloomy Over Economic Woes 11/02/2010
- Losing Talking Points: Dems Write Off House In Memo 11/02/2010
- ‘It’s My Hair, I Swear’ Insists Trump In Responding To LA Radio Show Host’s Nickname“It’s my hair, I swear,” said Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump on Thursday in responding to a local radio show host who criticized his hair.
- Key Committee Fails To Take Up California Minimum Wage BillA proposal to raise California's minimum wage and tie future increases to inflation was not taken up in time by a key state legislative committee, likely stalling the effort for this year.
- Planned Parenthood Alleges ‘Smear’ in Letter To CongressPlanned Parenthood Federation of America defended its practices Thursday in a lengthy letter to Congress and included a report by experts that found undercover videos of officials discussing fetal tissue for research were heavily altered by anti-abortion activists.
- Bill Requires Prosecution Of Transferred ImmigrantsSB 57 by Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff, R-San Dimas, and Sen. Sharon Runner, R-Lancaster, would require that police confirm that prosecutors will pursue a felony charge before allowing a detainee to be released to a city or county from federal detention.
- Los Angeles Projects $161M Surplus For OlympicsAnxiety over taxpayer costs helped cripple Boston's 2024 Olympic bid, but organizers in potential stand-in Los Angeles projected that they could stage events from Santa Monica Beach to the Hollywood Hills and bank a $161 million surplus.
- Now Clear For Takeoff: LA City Council OKs Uber, Lyft To Pick Up Passengers At LAXAs more people turn to Uber and Lyft for rides, many were frustrated to learn that those drivers weren't allowed to pick up passengers at Los Angeles International Airport. That changed Tuesday when Los Angeles City Council gave the ride-hailing services the green light for the LAX arrivals section.
- Immigration Lawyer Says She Was Barred From Adelanto Detention CenterAn immigration lawyer says she was denied entry to a Southern California detention center after participating in peaceful vigils at the site.
- Lawmaker Says Drone Trespassing Crime Bill Would Target ‘People Up To No Good’California lawmakers on Monday approved a bill that would make it a trespassing violation to fly drones over private property without permission.
- LA Judge Allows Anti-Abortion Group To Release Planned Parenthood VideoA Los Angeles judge has refused to block the release of an anti-abortion group's secretly recorded videos of discussions with a company that provides fetal tissue for research.
- Legislation Would Warn Consumers Of Smart TVs Ability To Record, Transmit ConversationsA California lawmaker is pushing legislation to give consumers better warnings about a new phenomenon for smart TVs: They can record household conversations without your knowledge.