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A group of immigrants-rights advocates is on a bus tour of California and is banging the drum -- literally -- for changes in federal law to provide illegal immigrants a path to citizenship. About 50 people are on a bus tour of congressional offices in...
SACRAMENTO — "Too white, too right and too uptight," says a veteran political consultant. "That's why the Republican Party can't come back in California." Strategist David Townsend is a Democrat, so that's the sort of comment you would expect from...
SACRAMENTO—As California Republicans gather here Friday for their weekend convention, it’s difficult to recall when the group that produced Ronald Regan was at a lower point. The party hasn’t elected a statewide candidate in seven years....
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After 16 years at Village Hall, Orland Park Village Clerk David Maher is packing up his office and making room for someone with a little more energy. "I have 16 years in here and I have 45 years of working in politics, and you just know when it's time,"...
SACRAMENTO — The Republican Party has become so pathetic in California that it can't even find a candidate to run for governor next year. Correct that. It isn't even looking. Wouldn't know where to begin. The party's in no position to recruit...
WASHINGTON – Republicans said President Obama’s State of the Union address was heavy with “false promises” and short on a commitment to cut spending. But initial reaction largely avoided the most emotionally-charged issue in the...
L.A. NOWCalifornia politicians were quick to speak out on Thursday morning's shooting at Taft Union High School that sent two students to area hospitals, one with a gunshot wound....
L.A. NOWKern County supported Mitt Romney by one of the state’s most lopsided margins, and its local congressman, Kevin McCarthy, is the majority whip and a hard-line conservative. Yet the area is heavily dependent on the farming industry, which has hailed....
Jules WitcoverWASHINGTON -- Only a few days into the new year, the Grand Old Party has a huge political hangover from the events that rang in the tidings of 2013. First came the escape from the fiscal cliff that saw its speaker of the House, John Boehner,...
Associated PressPast its own New Year’s deadline, a weary Congress sent President Barack Obama legislation to avoid a national ‘‘fiscal cliff’’ of middle class tax increases and spending cuts late Tuesday night in the culmination of a...
WASHINGTON -- The end-of-term reviews of John Boehner's House speakership are in, and they aren't pretty. "The conduct of the Republican leadership was disgraceful, it was indefensible and it was immoral." "There was a betrayal." "Disappointing...
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