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Media Hit | Democracy

The Sacramento Bee: Bill seeks to curb corporate political spending

Democratic lawmakers took aim Monday at corporate political spending after businesses poured millions of dollars into measures on the California primary ballot.

Media Hit | Democracy

The San Francisco Chronicle: Politicians raise money outside their districts

California's state legislators collect the vast majority of their campaign contributions from organizations and individuals outside the districts they represent, according to a study by the nonprofit organization Maplight.org.

Media Hit | Transportation

Los Angeles Times: L.A. mass transit agencies make only a token effort to get people onboard

Your basic middle-class L.A. household spends about $8,600 a year on gas, insurance, parking and vehicle maintenance, according to the California Public Interest Research Group, a watchdog organization.

The Sacramento Bee: Finding out who sells personal info to junk-mail firms is tough

Californians often are frustrated in attempts to determine which businesses are selling their personal information to junk-mail firms, according to a study released Wednesday by the California Public Interest Research Group.

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