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Colorado's employment levels are back to where they were before the recession and tax receipts continue to exceed expectations. Tax receipts are expected to be $307.5 million higher than they predicted in March, meaning the state will end the fiscal
Gov. John Hickenlooper said Wednesday he was still undecided on whether to back a ballot measure this fall that would fuel a new $1.1 billion tax increase necessary to pay for a newly overhauled system for administering the state's education dollars.
Font Resize The Monterey County Herald Herald Staff Report An organization pushing for a public purchase of California American Water's local system has released the results of a poll claiming a majority of likely voters on the Monterey Peninsula
Almost a year after Orange County's largest city was rocked by street protests, civic leaders again have decided to hold off asking voters whether the structure of future council elections should be altered in an effort to diversify representation.
The City Council is likely to rescind a ballot measure that would ask voters to approve a penny-per-gallon gas tax in the city limits. Even so, city officials are continuing a debate that has persisted for years over how to raise revenue for road
A spokesman for the new Sacramento Kings ownership downplayed the possibility of a potential ballot measure derailing the plan for a new arena, though the process of getting that new arena is just starting, he said. Ownership spokesman Adam
Herald Staff Writer The Pacific Grove City Council wants an independent analysis of a proposed ballot measure that supporters say will solve a crime committed 11 years ago. The council voted 7-0 late Wednesday to get a third-party professional's
A group of north Escondido residents submitted a proposed ballot initiative to the city Tuesday that would permanently preserve 96-acre Escondido Country Club as recreational open space. During a packed community meeting Tuesday night, leaders of the
San Francisco has long believed that it must be able to continue to destroy a magnificent valley in Yosemite National Park so it can have unrestricted access to water. And a new poll shows that the rest of California does not share that belief. The
Board administrative law judge against voter-passed Proposition B is part of an effort to make it harder for citizens to place pension reform initiatives on the ballot in the future, San Diego City Attorney Jan Goldsmith charged Wednesday. The city