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SD29 (Fullerton): Recalled sate senator Josh Newman took to the Senate Floor yesterday to criticize his Republican colleagues for not speaking against the recall, reports Patrick McGreevy in the Times. “It saddens me colleagues, Republican colleagues, that despite all your nice sotto voce words, not a single one of you had the integrity, the decency or the courage to say this is wrong… this is an abuse of the recall process,” Newman said in a speech toward the close of the day’s session."
BAGHDAD BY THE BAY: Results in the San Francisco were generally unchanged yesterday. London Bfeed currently has a lead of 1,601 votes over former state senator Mark Leno.
THE BLUE SHIFT: For CALmatters, Ben Christopher writes that between 2014 and 2018, many congressional districts have seen a significant shift toward the Democrats. Part of this is the number of wealthy first-time candidates who stepped forward.
CA39 (Fullerton): For the LAT, Christine Mai-Duc looks at the mystery campaign of a late entrant physician, Herbert Lee, spent $1 million in a campaign withe several wealthy candidates. He's currently in ninth.
CAPITOL DISRUPTIONS: In the Bee, Taryn Luna looks at the ongoing protests by the California Poor People's Campaign, which disrupted floor sessions.
DEATH WITH DIGNITY: For Capitol Weekly, Jessica Hice writes about the future of California's assisted suicide law which is on hold after a trial court decision that held that it was passed illegally in a legislative special session.
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John Cox Says Trump Will Campaign For Him In California Governor's Race
Seema Mehta @ latimes.com
Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox said Monday that President Trump would travel to California to campaign for him in his bid to defeat Democrat Gavin Newsom in the November general election.
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Alexei Koseff @ sacbee.com
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Usc's Handling Of Complaints About Campus Gynecologist Is Being Investigated By Federal Government
Matt Hamilton, Harriet Ryan @ latimes.com
The U.S. Department of Education announced Monday that it has launched an investigation into USC over its handling of complaints against former longtime campus gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall.
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Trump, North Korea's Kim Jong Un Sign Unspecified Document | The Sacramento Bee
ZEKE MILLER, CATHERINE LUCEY, JOSH LEDERMAN and FOSTER KLUG @ sacbee.com
President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un concluded an extraordinary nuclear summit Tuesday by signing a document in which Trump pledged "security guarantees" to the North and Kim reiterated his commitment to "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula." The leaders also offered lofty promises, with the American president pledged to handle a "very dangerous problem" and Kim forecasting "major change for the world."
The NRA appears to pull old legislator grades from its website
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