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The Jerry Brown seeking re-election this year is a far cry from the liberal who governed in the 1970s and 1980s.

A Silicon Valley venture capitalist wants more manageable states.

A three-judge panel is giving California more time to reduce its prison population.

The state's attorney general says the Commerce Clause supersedes new California regulations.

Record low snowpack has officials worried the West's drought is only going to get worse.

A proposal that passed the state Senate would roll back parts of Prop. 209.

Signing up prisoners for health-care coverage could cut recidivism rates.

The gun manufacturer won't sell its new semiautomatic pistol in the Golden State.

Higher tax revenue means governors can highlight good news -- for now.

A roundup of local projects in four states that will receive a combined $20 billion in funds.

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