In January, Governor Brown declared that the state's prison crisis is over, and that measures meant to reduce overcrowding were no longer needed. But just yesterday, a federal panel of judges rejected that claim.
United Teachers Los Angeles, the union that represents LAUSD teachers, announced yesterday that a referendum vote on Superintendent John Deasy overwhelmingly voted against Deasy. More than 90 percent of teachers voted no confidence.
Every year around tax day, Californians threaten to leave the state over the high income tax rate. This year, a few very wealthy residents have added reason to consider it; they’ll be paying retroactively higher taxes this year because of Governor Brown’s Prop 30.