The state prison overseer says that ill and incapacitated inmates will be paroled after all, following a Times' story about the costs of guarding them. Read it here.
The new healthcare overhaul can go into effect while questions about its constitutionality work their way through the courts, says the same federal judge who earlier ruled against the law. Read it here.
The League of California Cities will sue to save its redevelopment agencies from Jerry Brown's budget ax. Read it here.
And, never fear: Someone still talks about Zen in the Jerry Brown administration. The Times' Anthony York profiles a old Brown associate selected again to be his healthcare czar. Read it here.