Districts sue over charter invasion, new skepticism over turf rebate programs and the inaugural edition of Who Turkey’d Best?
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Before you scold us for that story we’ve been ignoring …
2016 is about to go down.
The one thing lawmakers would do to boost transparency, how the SeaWorld news went over among legislators who want to crack down on the park and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.
The DA’s experiment with guilt-by-association prosecutions is over.
More evidence that referendums are becoming the most powerful (and weird) tool in California, anatomy of a failed workers’ comp bill, DiFi on Guantanamo and … skirt lengths and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.
RIP to the “Friday Night Lights” of the internet.
Two big stories this week offer a sobering preview for California as it prepares to collect racial data from police stops. Plus: pumping the brakes on the Motor Voter Act’s impact, Atkins racks up endorsements and more in our weekly Capitol roundup.
Gretchen Newsom announces a mayoral run, Kersey says infrastructure bond will be unveiled soon and RIP (maybe) to Albie’s Beef Inn.
We need to talk about how Philip Rivers isn’t good at being a quarterback.