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First Take: Schwarzenegger's Asia funding. California races on GOP's radar. Jerry Brown's sweaty encounter

June 16, 2010 |  7:37 am

Exploiting a loophole in the state's campaign finance law, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's upcoming trip to Asia is being funded by a $550,000 donation from a Chinese company.

A number of races in California are on the GOP's national radar for November.

Radio reporter Doug Sovern blogs on the aftermath of his blog post that quoted Jerry Brown comparing Meg Whitman's campaign to the Nazi propaganda machine.

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to rule on a case that could lead to the release of 46,000 California inmates.

Today is the deadline for counties to report results of a signature count that could determine whether a change in the state's term limits law is on the November ballot. The early numbers don't look good.

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