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First Take: Tom Campbell's credibility issue. Schwarzenegger's budget vetoes.

March 9, 2010 |  6:38 am
What started out as a game of political gotcha surrounding Tom Campbell's ties to a radical Muslim professor has turned into a question of credibility for Campbell's U.S. Senate campaign.

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed $2.2 billion worth of proposed budget cuts Monday in a move Democrats called "baffling."

Carol Williams looks at the man who may become the youngest judge on the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

In Sacramento on Tuesday, the head of the state energy commission will talk about the new program to offer money to people who replace household appliances with new energy-efficient models. Think "cash for clunkers" for your refrigerator. A joint legislative hearing will discuss the implementation of the new water policy signed by Schwarzenegger last year. Bill Leonard has been appointed to serve as the new head of the State and Consumer Services Agency. Leonard will leave his seat on the Board of Equalization to fill the post for the final months of Schwarzenegger's term.

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