Anthony York

Grizzly Bear Project

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Editor and publisher of the Grizzly Bear Project, a journalism project dedicated to California politics and policy; former capitol reporter for the Los Angeles Times; former editor of Capitol Weekly and of Political Pulse, a newsletter of California politics

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State lawmakers are staying up late this week, wrangling last minute details on some controversial greenhouse gas regulations.

CA Emissions Bills

State lawmakers are staying up late this week, wrangling last minute details on some controversial greenhouse gas regulations.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The  Log Cabin Republicans  are a gay political group, and they organized 38 years ago.

California GOP Finally Recognizes Gay Republicans

The Log Cabin Republicans are a gay political group, and they organized 38 years ago.

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Since Barbara  Boxer announced her retirement  from the US Senate, Attorney General  Kamala Harris  is the only announced candidate. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has endorsed her.

Are Democrats about to Stage a Virtual "Coronation?"

Since Barbara Boxer announced her retirement from the US Senate, Attorney General Kamala Harris is the only announced candidate. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has endorsed her.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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