- Making News: Schwarzenegger Fined for Campaign Finance Violations
Governor Schwarzenegger campaigned against Sacramento's culture of money, but he's agreed to pay $15,000 in fines for violations of campaign reporting law during the recall election of 2003. John Wildermuth reports on politics for the San Francisco Chronicle.
- Reporter's Notebook: Downtown LA Hit by Third Power Outage in a Month
Mayor Villaraigosa wants to know why the lights keep going out in downtown Los Angeles, including Los Angeles City Hall. Yesterday, the City Council chambers went dark, as did office buildings and traffic lights at busy intersections, in what was the third major outage in less than a month. Rick Orlov reports from City Hall for the Daily News.
FPPC on Californians for Schwarzenegger of Santa Monica's unreported contributions
FPPC on Schwarzenegger's Total Recall Committee's unreported contributions
Wildermuth's article on Schwarzenegger recall election fine
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Archdiocese's -Report to the People of God'
Addendum to -Report to the People of God'
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (DWP)
LA City Council approves pay raise for DWP employees