Clinton and Sanders Neck and Neck in California Poll. Trump Rallies in Anaheim. State Dems Working Towards Agreement on Revised Budget.
Meanwhile the Democratic race for president is tightening in California. A new poll from the Public Policy Institute of California shows Hillary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders by just two points, 46 to 44 percent.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump returned to California yesterday to rally supporters in Orange County. It's the first stop in a two day swing through the state. And there are still many people who have a lot of mixed feelings about the candidate.
California's revenue projections have been revised down, but Assembly Democrats believe there's still some room for increased spending.
Will the Super Bowl Really Be an Economic Winner for L.A.?. San Francisco Supervisors Keep Sanctuary City Policy. Union Support Still Crucial for Democratic Presidential Contenders. End Music.
The National Football League announced Tuesday that Los Angeles will host Super Bowl 55 in 2021. It will be the city's first Super Bowl in nearly three decades. Fans see the decision as a win -- but the game may not be an economic winner for the city.
San Francisco supervisors voted unanimously to uphold a sanctuary city policy on Tuesday. It limits when local law enforcement officials can work with federal immigration agents when releasing an undocumented immigrant from custody. The policy has been on the books for years, but sparked national outrage last year after an undocumented immigrant from Mexico was released from custody and allegedly shot a woman along the city's waterfront.
As Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders barnstorm California in search of votes in the June 7 primary, they often have labor leaders and members at their sides. Unions don't have has many members as they used too. But their endorsements are still valuable.
Gov. Jerry Brown Endorses Kamala Harris for Senate. Just Like Patients, Therapists Also Battle Insurance Red Tape. End Music.
Governor Jerry Brown threw his support behind California Attorney General Kamala Harris on Monday, citing her record in office over the last five-plus years. Harris leads Orange County congresswoman Loretta Sanchez and a trio of Republicans in the polls.