Elected Officials In Calif. Admit Using Personal Email For Government Business Gov. Jerry Brown, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and California's other top elected officials acknowledge using personal email accounts to conduct government business. Gov. Brown Signs Bill Authorizing $1 Billion In Drought-Related Spending Gov. Jerry Brown has approved a plan injecting $1 billion of water spending into California as it grapples with a historic drought.
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Bowl Of Bird Heads Found With Machete Is 13th Mutilated Animal Discovery In Sacramento Area The birds were discovered in the Pocket area, near Garcia Bend Park, along with a 2-foot-long bloody machete on top of the bowl on Sunday morning. Supervisor Fights To Get Sacramento County To Recognized Cesar Chavez Day For more than a decade, Sacramento city and California state employees have commemorated the late farm labor leader Cesar Chavez with a recognized day off, but Sacramento County employees still have to go to work.
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