First Take: Democratic convention wrap. Jerry Brown goes to church. Greenhouse gas fight engaged
Democrats wrapped up their confab in Los Angeles this weekend, leaving every bit as uncertain about their party's future as when they entered.
Jerry Brown met with reporters this past weekend and gave us all a glimpse of what the next four years might be like if the gubernatorial election goes his way.
Cathleen Decker tagged along as Brown went to church.
President Obama missed the party this weekend, but he is in Los Angeles on Monday and will headline a fundraiser for Sen. Barbara Boxer.
In other news, Margot Roosevelt looks at the campaign to repeal AB 32.
George Skelton takes a look at Proposition 16, the PG&E-backed measure on the June ballot.
And in case you're keeping score at home, PG&E just shelled out another $6 million for the campaign, reports John Howard. -- Anthony York
What are you doing to celebrate the anniversary of Paul Revere's ride? What's that, you say? No plans? Well, if you're in the Bay Area, you can head to San Francisco to join George Pataki, Steve Poizner and others at a rally to try to "repeal, reform and replace" the new national healthcare legislation.
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-- Anthony York