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California Globe. California Globe is an independent, professional news website obsessively chronicling everything political throughout the state of California. We are pro-growth and pro-business, non-partisan and objective.

Will California Change Policing? | Independent Voter NewsWill California Change Policing? | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Social Equity. Will California Change Policing? August 18, 2020. It’s crunch month for California legislators who promised sweeping reforms in response to the police killing of George Floyd and the protests his death unleashed. Yet some social

California Legislature's $100 Billion Economic Stimulus Plan | Independent Voter NewsCalifornia Legislature's $100 Billion Economic Stimulus Plan | Independent Voter News

working group’s announcement and outline of the plan, which proponents assert will protect Californians and spur job creation during and even after the COVID-19 crisis. Sacramento – Key working groups from both houses of the California State Legislature are

Judge to Decide Fate of 5.6 Million California Independent Voters | Independent Voter NewsJudge to Decide Fate of 5.6 Million California Independent Voters | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Open Primaries. Judge to Decide Fate of 5.6 Million California Independent Voters. November 13, 2019. On November 19, a California judge will hear arguments to determine whether California’s presidential primary rules violate the constitutional

Katy Grimes | Independent Voter NewsKaty Grimes | Independent Voter News

Katy Grimes. Katy Grimes, the Editor of the California Globe, is a long-time Investigative Journalist covering the California State Capitol, and the co-author of California's War Against Donald Trump: Who Wins? Who Loses?

California Elections 2020: Proposition 25 - Replacing Money Bail  | Independent Voter NewsCalifornia Elections 2020: Proposition 25 - Replacing Money Bail | Independent Voter News

industry and expect those people to go down quietly.”. [15]. California's three. ACLU. affiliates opposed SB 10, issuing a joint statement that said: "SB 10 is not the model for pretrial justice and racial equity that California should strive for." The

Can a Common Sense Party Bring Political Competition to California? | Independent Voter NewsCan a Common Sense Party Bring Political Competition to California? | Independent Voter News

California elections. An October 2018 Public Policy Institute of California survey found that. 61% of Californians. believe a competitive third party is needed. The Common Sense Party is offering a new home that they call “open, responsible, and inclusive

Welcome to California Voter Disenfranchisement, GOP | Independent Voter NewsWelcome to California Voter Disenfranchisement, GOP | Independent Voter News

– Governor Newsom and the Democratic legislature are hoping to keep Republicans home. But this is old news for California’s independent voters, who outnumber Republicans in the state. Despite the state’s constitutional requirement that California provide an “open

Not Dire, For Now: California Expects $26 Billion Windfall Despite Pandemic | Independent Voter NewsNot Dire, For Now: California Expects $26 Billion Windfall Despite Pandemic | Independent Voter News

Californians paid more taxes than officials projected. Unemployment did not get as bad as predicted. Fewer people than the state budgeted for sought government-funded health care and food assistance. The California-based tech industry is doing very well during

Common Sense Party Supports IVP Lawsuit Challenging Constitutionality of California's Presidential Primary | Independent Voter NewsCommon Sense Party Supports IVP Lawsuit Challenging Constitutionality of California's Presidential Primary | Independent Voter News

injunction. against the California Secretary of State stating, among other claims, that California’s confusing semi-closed presidential primary puts the interests of political parties before the constitutional rights of California's voters. Tom Campbell, Interim