John Myers

Los Angeles Times

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Sacramento bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times; former senior editor of the Politics and Government Desk, and former Sacramento bureau chief and political reporter, for KQED's The California Report; former political editor at KXTV, the ABC affiliate in Sacramento

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On Super Tuesday, there’s a lot at stake for the Democratic candidates in California. There are nearly 500 delegates here -- more than any other state.

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The California Legislature is busy passing landmark legislation before the end of the session on Friday.   
 There’s AB 5, the bill that would require many independent contractors to…

Important bills on worker and tenants’ rights go to Gov. Newsom

The California Legislature is busy passing landmark legislation before the end of the session on Friday.  There’s AB 5, the bill that would require many independent contractors to…

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Governor Jerry Brown has signed more than 1000 new bills into California law. The bulk of them take effect at the start of next year.

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Governor Jerry Brown has signed more than 1000 new bills into California law. The bulk of them take effect at the start of next year.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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