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Arizona Democrats Censure Sinema After Filibuster Vote
Inside California Politics: Redistricting expert talks 2022 statewide races – KRON4
Inside California Politics: Asm. Ash Kalra talks single-payer health care – KRON4
California politics doesn’t reward competence. That’s why talent keeps leaving
Inside California Politics: Rep. Barbara Lee talks voting rights, need for federal intervention – KGET 17
Inside California Politics: State Sen. Andreas Borgeas explains decision to not seek reelection – KTXL FOX 40 Sacramento
Inside California Politics: Asm. Anthony Rendon talks immigrant health coverage, single-payer health care – KGET 17
Some of California’s best and brightest are abandoning public office
On Voting Rights, Democrats Say They Had to Go Down Swinging
As Biden Struggles, Harris Touts California Wildfire Aid – U.S. News & World Report
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Arizona Democrats Censure Sinema After Filibuster Vote Inside California Politics: Redistricting expert talks 2022 statewide races – KRON4 Inside California Politics: Asm. Ash Kalra talks single-payer health care – KRON4 California politics doesn’t reward competence. That’s why talent keeps leaving Inside California Politics: Rep. Barbara Lee talks voting rights, need for federal intervention – KGET 17 Inside California Politics: State Sen. Andreas Borgeas explains decision to not seek reelection – KTXL FOX 40 Sacramento Inside California Politics: Asm. Anthony Rendon talks immigrant health coverage, single-payer health care – KGET 17 Some of California’s best and brightest are abandoning public office On Voting Rights, Democrats Say They Had to Go Down Swinging As Biden Struggles, Harris Touts California Wildfire Aid – U.S. News & World Report
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Arizona Democrats Censure Sinema After Filibuster Vote

PHOENIX — A rift between Senator Kyrsten Sinema and fellow Democrats’ hopes of passing federal voting legislation. The Arizona Democratic chairwoman, Raquel Terán, said on Saturday that the party’s executive board had voted for the censure because of Ms. Sinema’s “failure to do whatever it takes to ensure the health of democracy.” Ms. Terán said voting rights were already being threatened in Arizona, and cited Republican proposals to limit mail-in…
Jan
2022
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California politics doesn’t reward competence. That’s why talent keeps leaving

If you want to serve the people of San Diego (Surfing), resigned her seat to take a leadership role at the California (Surfing)’s future in the labor movement than in the Legislature. That’s because, in California (Surfing) has constructed a complicated governing system that prizes limiting the power of our public officials. Interest groups then fill the void, writing legislation themselves and sponsoring ballot measures that impose their preferred formulas…
Jan
2022
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Some of California’s best and brightest are abandoning public office

Anyone who’s tried to bring about change in his or her community may have heard the message: Change the system from within the system by running for public office, whether it’s a school board, city council or a position on the state level.  But Zócalo commentator Joe Mathews says he’s seeing a disturbing trend of some high-profile public servants in the Golden State stepping down — most of them voluntarily…
Jan
2022
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On Voting Rights, Democrats Say They Had to Go Down Swinging

WASHINGTON — In forcing a tense Senate showdown over voting rights, Senator Chuck Schumer violated a cardinal rule of congressional leadership: Don’t go to the floor unless you are certain you have the votes to win. Mr. Schumer, the New York Democrat and majority leader, definitely did not have the votes to win approval of his party’s voting rights package on Wednesday. He and everyone else in the Senate knew…