Marc Lifsher

Reporter, Los Angeles Times

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Sacramento-based reporter for the Los Angeles Times

Marc Lifsher on KCRW

Tesla is churning out its electrically powered cars in the Bay Area — a “green” product in what claims to be the “greenest” state in the nation.

California’s Courtship of Tesla Motors

Tesla is churning out its electrically powered cars in the Bay Area — a “green” product in what claims to be the “greenest” state in the nation.

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Whoever's elected as California’s Insurance Commissioner next week will have a lot to say about how much you pay to insure your property. We look at the candidates.

Next Week's Election… and Your Money

Whoever's elected as California’s Insurance Commissioner next week will have a lot to say about how much you pay to insure your property. We look at the candidates.

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Democrat  Dave Jones  is running for re-election as  California Insurance Commissioner .

CA Insurance Commissioner Race Boils Down to Power Debate

Democrat Dave Jones is running for re-election as California Insurance Commissioner .

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