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Walters: Two California crises that should not be wasted
A crisis, it’s been said, is a terrible thing to waste.
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Walters: The March primary working for California? Not very well
America’s most populous, diverse state should play a big role picking Trump's opponent and have our issues debated
Walters: Vocational education is making a comeback in California
Fixing California’s housing crisis will require we have enough carpenters, plumbers, masons and electricians.
Walters: Has Gov. Gavin Newsom settled California’s water wars?
Last week, Newsom unveiled a compromise framework that enhances Delta flows, but details still not nailed down.
Walters: Is California’s PG&E seizure a real threat or bluff?
Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, has introduced legislation for a state takeover of bankrupt PG&E.
Walters: Community college report ignores reality
Due to politics, community colleges offer only very limited 4-year degrees that state universities, UC's ignore.
Walters: California’s big education dilemma
The state's most important -- and perhaps most troubled -- program is the education of nearly 6 million K-12 students.
Walters: Where political action is — and isn’t — in 2020
The big action in this year’s elections will be found in an array of high-octane statewide ballot measures.
Walters: The long-standing, corrosive trend in California government
State leaders routinely make so-called transformative policies and then neglect to see them through.
Walters: New year brings old issues to California
There’s every reason to expect that the state's contradictory trends will become starker in the year ahead.
Walters: California’s high-tech debacle meant to track state spending
State Auditor Howle had harsh words for the plan to end FI$Cal, a high-tech system to track state spending.
Walters: What now for PG&E?
Gov. Gavin Newsom says he wants PG&E to become 'radically restructured' that is responsible and accountable.
Walters: BART scam guilty plea echoes past in California Capitol
Former Assemblyman Terry Goggin was known for intertwining his personal financial interests with official duties.
Walters: Prop. 13 change may make ballot, but not other tax measure
A split roll initiative may qualify for the 2020 ballot, but plans for another tax measure were dropped.
The rise and fall of California’s Republican Party
In 1989, the party was on a roll in California, led by two-term GOP governor George Deukmejian, then Pete Wilson.
Walters: California is protecting criminal cops
It's a civic embarrassment that California is among just few states that can't decertify criminal cops.
Walters: California cities and schools in financial distress
Pensions a major driver for troubled finances, according to statewide reports that highlight Oakland.
Walters: Audit backs critics of California’s school finance system
Will governor and state schools superintendent act, or continue head-in-the-sand attitude?
Walters: Slanting ballot measure titles an area of political warfare
The wording of the official summary of high-impact ballot measures can decisively impact voters.
Walters: Are the wealthy fleeing California taxes?
Public education advocates are proposing still another income tax hike on the wealthy for the 2020 ballot.