Sharon Bernstein

Reuters

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Reporter covering California politics and policy issues for Reuters; former reporter and editor for the Los Angeles Times, covering small business and restaurants

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While Republicans gathered on the East Coast for their national the Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend, California Democrats held their state convention in Los…

Bicoastal Conferences

While Republicans gathered on the East Coast for their national the Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend, California Democrats held their state convention in Los…

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College Officials Cope with a Rare Disease

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Governor Brown celebrated in Los Angeles today, then flew to Oakland to  put his signature on a bill  that will increase California's minimum wage for the first time since 2008.

California to Raise Minimum Wage to $10 an Hour

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