Eric Bailey

Staff Writer, Los Angeles Times

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The Latino caucus in Sacramento is growing fast, but it's losing its solidarity.

Family Feud Breaks Out in Speaker's Race

The Latino caucus in Sacramento is growing fast, but it's losing its solidarity.

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The State of California is printing up 28,742 IOU's for $53.3 million. If the state has the money on October 2,  they can be redeemed  with interest at 3.75%.

Start the Presses for the State IOU's

The State of California is printing up 28,742 IOU's for $53.3 million. If the state has the money on October 2, they can be redeemed with interest at 3.75%.

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Faced with a $21 billion deficit that appears to be rising, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has proposed to transform California.

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Faced with a $21 billion deficit that appears to be rising, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has proposed to transform California.

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