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THE NOONER for August 31, 2016

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Do the right thing and pass SB 32!

 

Happy end-of-session day! I tweeted earlier today that it was #SineDie day. I was appropriatly corrected that it's not Sine Die, as the Legislature doesn't adjourn before the new one assumes office (November 30). However, all regular session bills are done at midnight tonight (that's Willie Brown time).

Capitol Weekly and UC Center present:
California Health – September 15, 2016

 

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California Marijuana Policy

 

SKIPPING WORK: Sacramento mayor, council members get pay hike – no matter their attendance record [Anitra Chabria @ SacBee] - “Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and City Council members will receive a 2 percent raise after the city’s compensation committee granted them a pay bump Monday night. But one committee member questioned whether pay could be docked for council members – including the mayor – for leaving meetings early.”

 

 

THE OTHER SENATE RACE: Musical Chairs Galore, Should CA Sen. Feinstein Retire [Dave Jacobson and Maclean Wilber @ HuffPo] - “Feinstein has given no public indication whatsoever that she will retire, but it is still nonetheless a real enough prospect for political obsessives to contemplate.” 

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