Loni Hancock

California State Senator (D-Oakland)

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Governor Brown today  vetoed the budget  passed yesterday by the Democratic majority in Sacramento, issuing an explanation on YouTube.

Governor Brown Says, 'Thanks, but No Thanks'

Governor Brown today vetoed the budget passed yesterday by the Democratic majority in Sacramento, issuing an explanation on YouTube.

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California voters prohibited the public financing of political campaigns in 1988. In 2000 and again in 2006, they refused to lift the ban by margins of 65 and 74 percent.

Would Public Funding Push Private Money Out of Politics?

California voters prohibited the public financing of political campaigns in 1988. In 2000 and again in 2006, they refused to lift the ban by margins of 65 and 74 percent.

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In the  latest survey  by the Public Policy Institute of California, approval of the California state legislature dropped to a record low.  Just 14% of registered voters thought the…

Party Time: Money and Politics in Sacramento

In the latest survey by the Public Policy Institute of California, approval of the California state legislature dropped to a record low.  Just 14% of registered voters thought the…

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