Tom Chorneau

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An Assembly Committee  passed a $15 billion dollar health care reform plan  this afternoon.  The full Assembly took it up later but the Senate won’t be back in Sacramento ‘til next…

Healthcare Overhaul Reaches Assembly Floor, but Deficit Could Stop It from Getting to the Senate

An Assembly Committee passed a $15 billion dollar health care reform plan this afternoon.  The full Assembly took it up later but the Senate won’t be back in Sacramento ‘til next…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Before adjourning at 3 o’clock this morning, the  State Assembly  and  Senate  gave the  Anschutz Entertainment Group , owner of  Staples Center --the right to compete for 2.8 billion…

Schwarzenegger Calls a Special Session on Health Care and Water

Before adjourning at 3 o’clock this morning, the State Assembly and Senate gave the Anschutz Entertainment Group , owner of Staples Center --the right to compete for 2.8 billion…

from Which Way, L.A.?

The  California Field Poll  out today says 69% of the voters are unhappy with the health care with 36% favoring one that’s government run.

Schwarzenegger Takes Up Health Care Reform…Again

The California Field Poll out today says 69% of the voters are unhappy with the health care with 36% favoring one that’s government run.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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