California Governor Vetoes Candidate Tax Disclosure BillCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown late Sunday vetoed legislation that would have forced presidential candidates to publicly share their tax returns in order to appear on the state's ballot.
Gov. Jerry Brown Vetoes Bill Requiring Candidates To Disclose TaxesIt was aimed at forcing President Donald Trump to release his tax returns should be run for the White House again in 2020 and to ensure that future candidates won't hide their returns as Trump did in the 2016 campaign.
President’s Weekly Address And Democratic Weekly Address – 10/13/17Each week, CBS Los Angeles will post the President's weekly address as well as the Democratic weekly address.
Pence Tours California, Raises Funds For House RepublicansVice President Mike Pence traveled up California on Monday to raise money for endangered Republican congressional candidates and tout the Trump administration's proposal for cutting taxes.
Feinstein Says She's Running For Re-ElectionSen. Dianne Feinstein, a veteran California Democrat, said Monday that she's running for another term. The 84-year-old took to Twitter to declare that "I'm all in."
Vice President Pence Plans California Fundraising VisitPence was set to arrive in Los Angeles on Sunday for an evening reception.
President’s Weekly Address And Democratic Weekly Address – 10/6/17Each week, CBS Los Angeles will post the President's weekly address as well as the Democratic weekly address.
Los Angeles Voters Back At Polls To Fill Open Assembly SeatVoters in northeastern Los Angeles are heading to the polls yet again Tuesday for a packed primary to fill a vacant state Assembly seat.
President’s Weekly Address And Democratic Weekly Address – 9/29/17Each week, CBS Los Angeles will post the President's weekly address as well as the Democratic weekly address. These videos will be posted on Fridays or Saturdays, depending on when they are available to us.
California Seeks More Say In Presidential Primary By Moving Up The Date"The Golden State will no longer be relegated to last place in the presidential nominating process," Democratic Secretary of State Alex Padilla said.
LAUSD President Quits One Week After Being Charged With Money LaunderingHe is accused of funneling $25,000 of his own money into his campaign.
California Wants Millions To Fund Water ProjectThe proposal that expands who pays for the state's biggest water project in more than a half-century could mean higher rates for millions of Californians.

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