Opinion: California’s Attorneys General Are Rigging Ballot Measure Descriptions

By Representation / November 24, 2019

Imagine that in next year’s presidential race, election officials scrambled the letters in Donald Trump so it appeared on ballots as Daldon Prumt. Most people would agree this is not acceptable. Voters need their ballots to accurately convey who it is they are voting for or against. Click here to read the article in the …

CBS47 Investigation: Gov. Newsom redirects gas tax money to fund railway systems, not highways

By Representation / October 4, 2019

With a stroke of his pen, California Governor Gavin Newsom has redirected part of the money you pay at the pump with the state’s gas tax to the railway system and other projects. Governor Newsom signed Executive Order N-19-19. It calls for leveraging billion in annual state transportation funds to reduce green house gases and emissions. …

Column: FBI raids show that at L.A. City Hall, incompetence and corruption are close cousins

By Representation / July 22, 2019

The L.A. Department of Water and Power, infamous for a 2013 billing scandal and other shenanigans, got raided Monday by FBI agents who marched in and carted away records in a corruption probe that also brought raids at other city offices. At the DWP building, nine agents went to one floor alone, and at the end of …

California’s top bullet train consultant is suspended amid a state ethics review

By Representation / June 4, 2019

The top consultant on the California bullet train has been put on suspension after a state watchdog agency began reviewing his approval of a multimillion-dollar contract for a company in which he had heavily invested, The Times has learned. Click here to read the full article in the Los Angeles Times.