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New high court could spawn a new America

By Jose Ivan Cazares Contributing Writer LOS ANGELES — Abortion, affirmative action, immigration policies and anti-discrimination laws will likely be swayed by conservative ideals for years to come if President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee is confirmed by the U.S. Senate. That’s what several legal experts said about the president’s July 8 announcement nominating Judge Brett Read More…

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Newsom faces Cox in November governor’s race

Wave Staff Report California will have a traditional Democrat versus Republican battle in the race for governor this November after Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and Republican businessman John Cox were the top two vote-getters in the California Primary June 5. Newsom, the former mayor of San Francisco, received 33.3 percent of the vote statewide. Cox, Read More…

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De Leon to seek Feinstein’s Senate seat

LOS ANGELES — State Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon formally began his campaign for the U.S. Senate Oct. 18 at Los Angeles Trade Technical College, saying it is time for California to play a leadership role in the nation’s governance. “As a state, we are 12 percent of the nation, 17 percent of Read More…