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First Take: Obama comes to town. New investigation could affect Senate race

April 20, 2010 |  6:50 am

The fight to repeal California's greenhouse-gas law is getting some big out-of-state attention -- particularly for those who don't want to tell where the money is coming from. Take, for example, this new $500,000 contribution from Missouri.

President Obama was in Los Angeles Monday night to raise some cash for Sen. Barbara Boxer.

Jerry Brown may not have the campaign resources to keep up with his Republican challengers, but he has found a way to let his day job echo his campaign pitch. Tom Campbell was on the business end of a new attack ad criticizing his record on taxes.

Seema Mehta looks at an investigation into Hewlett-Packard, and what it might mean for the U.S. Senate race.

L.A. County's budget gap may reach $500 million, according to new estimates.

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