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POTUS? Eric Garcetti delivered the commencement address at Southern New Hampshire University yesterday, reports Cindy Chang for the Times.
POTUS? Matier and Ross write in the Chron about Kamala Harris's national popularity.
GOV: In the Bee, Angela Hart reports that the Asian American Small Busiiness political action committee has launched a social media IE against Gavin Newsom focusing on his affair with a 19-year-old staffer when he was mayor. She was married and he was going through a divorce. The committee is funded by many special interests.
GOV: In the Chron, Joe Garafoli looks at where the gubernatorial candidates stand on health care, a fight certainly to continue into the next legislative session.
Dan Walters also reports on the budget for CALmatters.
SANCTUARY: In the WaPo, Scott Wilson writes about the fight between the California state government ans some local governments over the state's "sanctuary" law.
CA-TX: For Fox and Hounds, Joe Mathews asks why if North and South Korea can have a summit, why can't California and Texas?
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There's A California Election Coming Up. But If History Is Any Guide, Most Voters Won't Show Up
John Myers @ latimes.com
Through good times and bad, heated races and yawn-inducing ones alike, there's one thing that has stayed constant in California primaries for governor: Most voters don't show up.
Commencements, State Funding Hang In Balance Amid Uc, Union Standoff | The Sacramento Bee
Cathie Anderson @ sacbee.com
"Our top priority has been and continues to be the outsourcing of our jobs," de los Angeles said. "The UC has failed to acknowledge that is even an issue, which is a huge problem if they want to get together and talk with our negotiators. UC really needs to acknowledge our biggest concern, which is outsourcing."
Florida To Monitor Broward Election Chief After Judge Finds ‘unlawful’ Ballot Destruction In Wasserman Schultz Race
Tim Canova, a Nova Southeastern University law professor who ran against Wasserman Schultz in 2016 and is challenging her again this year as an independent, said Scott should suspend Snipes for destroying the paper ballots while his lawsuit is was ongoing. Snipes has said it was a mistake and has noted her office made copies of the ballots.
Where Is San Diego's Gas Tax Money Going? - The San Diego Union-tribune
Joshua Emerson Smith @ sandiegouniontribune.com
Eric Garcetti, Still Weighing A Presidential Run, Delivers Commencement Address In New Hampshire
Cindy Chang @ latimes.com
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti delivered a commencement speech in New Hampshire on Sunday, adding another notch to his travels in key primary states as he contemplates a run for president.
Ca Governor's Race: Social Media Ads Target Newsom Affairs | The Sacramento Bee
Angela Hart @ sacbee.com
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Lawsuits Target City Over New Laws For Homeless Housing Projects And Motel Conversions
Dakota Smith @ latimes.com
A group of Venice residents filed a lawsuit Friday against the city of L.A. that challenges two recent laws that make it easier for the city to house homeless people. The laws are supported by Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Read Trump’s Speech On The Opening Of The U.S. Embassy In Jerusalem - Politico
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President Donald Trump, on screen, delivers a speech Monday during the opening ceremony of the new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem. The opening took place amid deadly clashes along the Israeli-Palestinian border. | Sebastian Scheiner/AP Photo
Actor Danny Glover To Speak At Sacramento Rally | The Sacramento Bee
Bob Shallit @ sacbee.com
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Jared Kushner May Face New Scrutiny Over Tangled Financial Holdings
David Willman @ latimes.com
Massive debts owed by Jared Kushner's family-owned real estate company have intersected with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the election.
East Area Rapist: 12 Slayings Began With Double Murder In Rancho Cordova | The Sacramento Bee
Marjie Lundstrom And Sam Stanton @ sacbee.com
On a clear winter night in February 1978, a young couple left their Rancho Cordova apartment around 9 p.m. to walk the dog.
Homeless Outreach Teams Ready To Bring Services To The Streets
Doug Smith @ latimes.com
With money from Measure H pouring in, Los Angeles County's homeless services authority is rebuilding a disjointed outreach system. By summer, every part of the county will be covered by teams able to promptly respond to calls for service posted on a public website.
Mitt Romney Calls Pastor Who Will Deliver Blessing At Jerusalem Embassy Opening 'religious Bigot' - Politico
"Such a religious bigot should not be giving the prayer that opens the United States Embassy in Jerusalem," Mitt Romney wrote on Twitter. | Rick Bowmer/AP Photo
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Wilbur Ross: We’re Exploring ‘alternative Remedies’ For Zte Ban - Politico
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross leaves his hotel in Beijing, Friday, May 4, 2018. A high-powered U.S. delegation met for a second day of talks with Chinese officials on defusing tensions that are propelling the world's largest two economies toward a trade war. | Mark Schiefelbein/AP Photo