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First Take: Incomplete sentences

January 26, 2010 |  6:44 am

Patrick McGreevy reports on the state’s controversial plan to reduce sentences for thousands of prisoners

California Watch looks at how “bundled donations” have boosted Meg Whitman’s fundraising efforts.

Some Democrats fret that Jerry Brown could become the victim of a Massachusetts-style upset, reports California Progress Report.

The mayor of Inglewood has pleaded guilty to corruption charges.

Hugo Martín looks at the Tustin-based firm that is cashing in on new airport security rules.

In Sacramento today: The Senate Budget Committee reviews the healthcare portions of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s budget proposal. The legislative analyst releases a review of the governor’s plan to link prison spending to funding for higher education. The Air Resources Board reviews rules for trucks and buses.

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