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Meanwhile, the cracks threatening the rural road have deepened and expanded.

One-third of Californian taxpayers could be forced to pay thousands more in federal taxes from the repeal of one deduction under a GOP proposal released Wednesday, setting up another political dilemma for California Republicans facing tough reelection battles next year as Democrats work to win back the House of Representatives. Jerry Brown has signed the bill, it looks like California is moving up its 2020 presidential primary. Only 18% of Californians believe congressional Republicans should try again to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, and 58% of adults want to see bipartisan efforts to improve the law.

The potential repeal of the state and local tax (SALT) deduction, which allows taxpayers to write off those taxes on their federal returns, would hit especially hard in wealthier areas, some of which are on the exact turf Democrats are trying to win over in Southern California. Underscoring the GOP's challenge in dramatically reducing government's role in healthcare, two-thirds of the state's adults believe it is the federal government's responsibility to ensure that all Americans have health coverage.

The results are similar among all California adults, not just likely voters, with 46% saying she should not run for another term and 41% saying she should run.

Feinstein, 84, has come under increased pressure from members of California’s left, many of whom were infuriated when earlier this month she called for “patience” with President Trump and refused to back demands for his impeachment.

Jerry Brown and lawmakers eliminated a state redevelopment program in 2011 as a cost-cutting move aimed at saving nearly $2 billion during the state's budget crisis. Tony Cardenas (D-Los Angeles) is raffling off a set of tickets to "Hamilton" in Los Angeles as a campaign fundraiser. Entries for the raffle can also be made without donating to the campaign.

The program allowed cities to target run-down neighborhoods for investment and use a share of property tax dollars generated by development to fund improvements, including financing low-income housing. According to the small print in an email the campaign sent to supporters, one winner will be randomly selected among donors by p.m. Cardenas is friends with the father of Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning creator of "Hamilton." When the show opened in Los Angeles in mid-August, Miranda spoke to nearly 1,000 students in Cardenas' largely Latino San Fernando Valley district. Gubernatorial candidate John Chiang is raffling tickets to the Nov.

But doing so required the state to spend more to support public schools, and Brown derided the agencies as being rife with abuses of taxpayer dollars. 1 show to those who follow him on Instagram — if they fill out a form on his campaign website.