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First Take: Gun lobby takes on Tom Campbell. L.A. City Council cuts. Schwarzenegger's 'ugly' budget

May 18, 2010 |  7:10 am

Meg Whitman and Steve Poizner both say Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's proposal to eliminate welfare goes too far.

The National Rifle Assn. is urging Republican voters to reject Tom Campbell.

The Los Angeles City Council voted to eliminate 761 jobs while continuing to seek concessions from unions in labor negotiations.

A candidate for an Assembly seat was arrested on drug possession charges Friday.

The Times' editorial board opines on Schwarzenegger's "ugly" budget.

Schwarzenegger will address the California Chamber of Commerce Tuesday morning. Steve Poizner will be speaking to Republican women in Temecula.

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-- Anthony York in Sacramento