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First Take: Whitman on TV. Fiorina on 'demon sheep.'

February 5, 2010 |  7:04 am

In case you missed it: The "demon sheep" controversy rages on. Meg Whitman makes a big TV buy. Carly Fiorina gets ambushed on John and Ken. The state Assembly votes to ban Toyotas from the Capitol garage.

KQED's John Myers and PolitiCal blogger Anthony York look back at the strange week that was in California politics in this week's Capital Notes podcast.

Budget problems aren't just the providence of Sacramento. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa ordered the elimination 1,000 jobs to help balance the city's books.

Duke Helfand looks at Blue Cross' plans to dramatically increase rates for individual policyholders.

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is in Chula Vista today to promote a tax credit for first-time home buyers. U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer will tour a solar plant in Fremont. Carly Fiorina will stump in Oakland. 

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