Patrick McGreevy

Los Angeles Times

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Sacramento-based reporter for the Los Angeles Times 

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California lawmakers took the first step in approving a single-payer health care plan.

Single payer. But who pays?

California lawmakers took the first step in approving a single-payer health care plan.

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The state legislature approved a $52 billion infrastructure bill, which means higher gas taxes and vehicle registration fees. We find out where the money will go.

California hikes gas taxes to fix infrastructure

The state legislature approved a $52 billion infrastructure bill, which means higher gas taxes and vehicle registration fees. We find out where the money will go.

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There will be two dozen new California laws next year.

New laws coming to California in 2017

There will be two dozen new California laws next year.

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