Jim Miller

Sacramento Bee

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Reporter for the Sacramento Bee, he writes for its Capitol Alert blog

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Special interest groups  have spent a record $28 million dollars so far  on legislative races ahead of California’s June 7th primary, and about $9 million of those dollars have come…

Big Money Behind Candidates Friendly to Charter Schools

Special interest groups have spent a record $28 million dollars so far on legislative races ahead of California’s June 7th primary, and about $9 million of those dollars have come…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California voters may not care enough to go to the polls tomorrow.  A very low turnout’s expected.  But outside interests have cared enough to spend tens of millions of dollars.

High Stakes… Low Interest…

California voters may not care enough to go to the polls tomorrow.  A very low turnout’s expected.  But outside interests have cared enough to spend tens of millions of dollars.

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