Monday, November 19

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Editorial: Xavier Becerra for attorney general

California has posed itself as an avid resistor of Donald Trump’s presidency. It only makes sense its attorney general, the state’s litigator in chief, would echo this sentiment. Read more...

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(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

Editorial: No on Proposition 6

California voters have been asked in this election to pass judgment on a host of bond measures that would raise billions in revenue. A small group of activists, however, would have you believe that a tax of 12 cents deserves your attention. Read more...

Photo: (Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

Editorial: Yes on Proposition 7

Get ready to set your clocks back to standard time for the last time. Proposition 7 would allow the state legislature to, by a two-thirds vote, fix daylight saving time if federal law were passed to make DST permanent. Read more...

Photo: (Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

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Editorial: Ben Allen for state Senate

The board endorses Ben Allen as the state senator for Senate District 26, which includes Westwood. Allen is currently the chair of the Senate Education Committee, which hears more than 400 bills regarding K-12 education, higher education and early childhood education during its two-year term. Read more...

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Creative commons photo by mark6mauno via Wikipedia

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Proposition: Yes on Proposition 4

This ballot may seem chock-full of costly projects, but Proposition 4 is a cause worth supporting. The ballot measure seeks to improve and upgrade equipment at California nonprofit or public children’s hospitals through bonds totaling $1.5 billion. Read more...

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