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  • Brown leads Newsom for governor; Republicans undecided, Field poll finds [Updated]

     
    Jerry Brown has a solid lead against Gavin Newsom in the Democratic governor's race, but the race is much more wide open on the Republican side, according to a new Field Poll. Brown, the former governor and current attorney general,......
  • Insurers say they'll waive fees for H1N1 vaccine

     
    A number of large health maintenance organizations and insurers in California have agreed to not charge co-payments or deductibles for vaccinating patients for the H1N1 flu. State regulators said they obtained agreements from the companies to waive all...
  • Low-income auto insurance bill vetoed

     
    Efforts to extend a state-backed auto insurance program for low-income Californians failed after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill that would have kept it going until 2016. State law requires all drivers to carry minumum levels of liability...
  • Pay-as-you-drive auto insurance rules ready

     
    Automobile insurance companies in California could soon be offering pay-as-you-drive policies that base motorists' premiums on how many miles they drive. State Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner announced that new final regulations have been approved,...
  • Seniors should be wary of healthcare pitches

     
    Senior citizens should be on their guard against possible fraud when open enrollment for two popular healthcare programs begins Nov. 15. California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner warns that some sales agents for the Medicare Advantage and Medicare...
  • Democrat Mayor Gavin Newsom quits bid for California governor's office

     
    San Franciscan faced tough road against Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown, still unannounced....
  • Clever Calif. Dem Garry South says one specific Republican would make 'a great governor'

     
    Is the notorious Democratic political mischiefmaker at it again?...
  • Poll: With Newsom out, should Villaraigosa jump into the governor's race?

     
    Let the speculation over recently reelected L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's gubernatorial ambitions resume, beginning with this blogpost. He already said he wasn't interested in the job (at least this time around), but that was before San Francisco...
  • Morning Scoop: Expensive election day, Poizner’s pitch, battle scars

     
    Good morning from the City Desk, where Monday seems to have arrived too swiftly. Some California stories from today's Los Angeles Times to zoom the start of the workweek along: Battle scars: Peter Sinclair returned from Iraq, broken in mind......
  • California Moves Closer to Pay-as-You-Drive Insurance

     
    California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner authorized regulations that allow insurance companies to use mileage verification for pay-as-you-drive policies. Studies have shown that per-mile pricing lures drivers to alter their habits, which then...
  • State recovers $27 million for victims of 2007 San Diego County wildfire [Updated]

     
    California regulators have recovered more than $27 million from insurance companies stemming from several hundred complaints filed by victims after a devastating 2007 wildfire in San Diego County, officials said today. The California Department of...
  • Hollywood A-listers host bash for Jerry Brown

     
    State Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown, now alone in the Democratic field in his still-unannounced bid for governor, is headed this week to Hollywood, where he’s expected to collect a mountain of cash from some big Tinseltown names. The event, a......