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Governor Brown's best hopes for closing the $26 billion budget gap collapsed yesterday and, in another  YouTube performance , he blamed the Republicans.

State Officials Regroup after Brown Gives Up on Budget Negotiations

Governor Brown's best hopes for closing the $26 billion budget gap collapsed yesterday and, in another YouTube performance , he blamed the Republicans.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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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This afternoon, most of the Sacramento press corps was outside Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's office where he was meeting with the leaders of both parties in the Assembly and Senate.

Schwarzenegger Threatens Veto over Water Deal

This afternoon, most of the Sacramento press corps was outside Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's office where he was meeting with the leaders of both parties in the Assembly and Senate.

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