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Nov 01, 2008   
Schwarzenegger Got Big Money From Alleged Ponzi Schemer
 
Dec 01, 2008   
California Limits Politicians' Use Of Funds Raised For Ballot Measures
 
Dec 01, 2008   
Schwarzenegger Accused Of Doing Bidding Of Big Business
 
Dec 10, 2007   
Donors to Governor's Travel Foundation Revealed
 
Dec 09, 2007   
Chief of Prison Guards Union Fighting His Own Insurgents
 
Dec 08, 2007   
Schwarzenegger Seeks To Slash State Workers' Pay Till Budget Passes
About 200,000 would get the federal minimum wage, then receive back pay after a spending plan was enacted. The state controller vows not to sign the order.
 
Dec 07, 2007   
Non-Candidate Schwarzenegger Still Raises Millions In Political Cash
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger cannot run for re-election and has no stated plans to seek another office, but he still raises millions of dollars each year.
 
Dec 07, 2007   
Schwarzenegger Still A Big Fundraiser
 
Dec 05, 2007   
Governor's Trips Must Be Disclosed
 
Dec 03, 2007   
The Giving Is Easy In State Capitol, 2007 List Shows
 
Dec 03, 2007   
FPPC Chairman Proposes Closing Travel Gift Loophole
 
Dec 02, 2007   
Schwarzenegger orders spending freeze after office hiring - State faces $14.5 billion deficit
 
Dec 01, 2007   
Governor says he made mistakes
 
Nov 02, 2006   
Donors who fund governor's trade trips are disclosed
 
Dec 09, 2006   
Governor refuses to release paper trail on GM fleet buy
 
Dec 09, 2006   
Lives may founder, but yacht sales will flourish
 
Dec 08, 2006   
Some fair board members generous to politicians
 
Dec 07, 2006   
Stalemate eats into vacation plans:
Speaker tells lawmakers to stay close to Capitol until budget is signed
 
Dec 07, 2006   
Nonprofit picks up governor's travel bill;
The group that funds Schwarzenegger's jets and luxury suites writes off the cost. Its donors can get tax breaks.
 
Dec 05, 2006   
Trump Gives Donation to Schwarzenegger
 
Dec 04, 2006   
Massive Calif. contracts database riddled with errors, omissions
 
Dec 04, 2006   
Campaign disclosure no panacea for limiting influence;
Some experts say California's deluge of campaign records may actually make wrongdoing harder to spot.
 
Dec 03, 2006   
Donor appeal raises brows -- Governor promises dinner, other perks for up to $250,000
 
Dec 03, 2006   
THE DEALMAKER: SCHWARZENEGGER DONORS GET WHAT THEY WANT
 
Dec 03, 2006   
Early presidential primary on governor's desk;
CRITICS SEE CHALLENGE TO TERM LIMITS AS HIDDEN MOTIVE BEHIND DATE CHANGE
 
Dec 02, 2006   
No signs governor will moderate fundraising
 
Dec 02, 2006   
Term-limits initiative proposed
 
Dec 02, 2006   
Termed out? Maybe not;
MEASURE'S APPROVAL COULD KEEP PERATA AND N┌ĐEZ IN POWER
 
Dec 02, 2006   
There's More Than Meets the Eye to an Early Primary
 
Dec 02, 2006   
Leaked tapes reveal uncensored Schwarzenegger;
Arnold is heard on tapes putting down his political opponents
 
Dec 02, 2006   
State's say of primary importance;
Holding election in February instead of June could do more than give voters in California a greater voice
 
Dec 01, 2006   
Governor drops freeway fees to accelerate fiber-optic lines
 
Dec 01, 2006   
Injured Schwarzenegger backs out of inaugural appearance
 
Nov 03, 2005   
Inaugural to keep governor busy;
Stars and donors with state business ponied up $1.35 million so far.
 
Nov 03, 2005   
Schwarzenegger's second inauguration promises to be lavish affair
 
Nov 03, 2005   
Moderates may shift state Senate
 
Nov 03, 2005   
Can Schwarzenegger's 2006 Comeback Survive?
 
Nov 02, 2005   
Governor to start 2nd term with glitz, bipartisanship;
Watchdog groups say Gov should pay his own tab
 
Nov 02, 2005   
Fundraising beat goes on for Gov.;
Special accounts help Schwarzenegger add to his record cash totals.
 
Nov 01, 2005   
Governor opens new donor fund;
Officeholder account can pay for parties or bonuses for his staff.
 
Nov 01, 2005   
Governor opens fundraising account;
Critic calls it slush fund
 
Nov 01, 2005   
Schwarzenegger donations top $113 million
 
Nov 01, 2005   
Women pressure Schwarzenegger
 
Oct 31, 2005   
Schwarzenegger Cracks Jokes on Leno Show as Angelides Fumes
 
Oct 31, 2005   
Angelides demands NBC drop governor interview on 'Leno'
 
Oct 31, 2005   
Angelides Supporters Protest Outside NBC Studios
 
Dec 09, 2005   
Radio Station Dispute's Gov.'s Claim Speech Website Was Hacked
 
Dec 09, 2005   
Debate Set in Gov.'s Race;
Schwarzenegger will face Phil Angelides once -- on Oct. 7. The challenger's campaign manager criticizes the event's format.
 
Dec 09, 2005   
Nurses Blast Schwarzenegger Plan to Veto SB 840;
Governor 'Abandoning Millions of Uninsured Californians'
 
Dec 09, 2005   
Donors to governor get posts of prestige;
Del Mar Fair Board a prized assignment
 
Dec 08, 2005   
Angelides calls Schwarzenegger big-time pal of business
 
Dec 08, 2005   
The Political Clout of California's Nurses
 
Dec 08, 2005   
Angelides Backs Public Financing of Campaigns;
The Democrat, who is running for governor, defies key supporters and endorses Prop. 89.
 
Dec 08, 2005   
Angelides puts money on public election finance;
Support could rile candidate's major union contributors
 
Dec 08, 2005   
Angelides endorses campaign-finance reform
 
Dec 08, 2005   
Schwarzenegger spends $7 million on ads and still has money left
 
Dec 08, 2005   
Hecklers greet governor on 2nd day of campaign tour
 
Dec 06, 2005   
State Moves to Ease Oversight on Accountants;
Regulatory officials take steps to promote the profession and roll back tough post-Enron standards.
 
Dec 05, 2005   
As bond issue is set, big bucks rolling in to Schwarzenegger
 
Dec 03, 2005   
Dump the donors
 
Dec 03, 2005   
Big-Bucks Fund-Raiser Draws Governor's Backers to Beverly Hills
 
Dec 03, 2005   
Beatty warns Democrats it's Schwarzenegger they want to beat
 
Dec 03, 2005   
Governor's ties to fitness lobbying group weigh heavy;
Conflict-of-interest issue hangs over Ohio muscle show
 
Dec 02, 2005   
Suddenly, infrastructure is hot;
Governor's overhaul plan is getting good poll numbers as rivals offer their own versions.
 
Dec 02, 2005   
Governor's new chief of staff piles it on;
Susan Kennedy now also is head campaigner
 
Dec 02, 2005   
Gov.'s Gift to PUC Official Questioned
Schwarzenegger gave Susan Kennedy $25,000 after he received that amount from AT&T. Days later, she voted to OK its merger with SBC.
 
Nov 01, 2004   
The governor's odd traveling companions;
A host of big-buck contributors and cronies are along for the ride in China, and they're looking out for themselves, not California.
 
Nov 01, 2004   
Governor, on rebound, lands in Far East;
Emerging China offers market potential for high-tech, agriculture, energy interests
 
Nov 01, 2004   
Getting voters to 'toon in;
Campaigns increasingly use cartoons on Internet to grab attention.
 
Nov 01, 2004   
Accusations that Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has been catering to special interest groups
 
Nov 01, 2004   
The secret force behind the propositions;
 
Nov 01, 2004   
Cartoonish election
 
Oct 31, 2004   
Governor's star status pays off;
Appearances lead to campaign giving - and raised eyebrows.
 
Oct 31, 2004   
National focus on election unlikely;
Eight initiatives on special vote ballot
 
Oct 31, 2004   
VOTES A TEST FOR SCHWARZENEGGER
 
Dec 10, 2004   
Powerful Teachers Union Is in the Thick of Ballot Battles
 
Dec 10, 2004   
Lafayette event for governor expected to draw protesters
 
Dec 09, 2004   
A Snappy Retort, but No Relief at the Pump
 
Dec 09, 2004   
Governor Schwarzenegger starts fund-raising campaign
 
Dec 08, 2004   
Girlyman! Ahnold to rock 'n' run
 
Dec 08, 2004   
Governor takes to campaign trail after election compromise fails
 
Dec 08, 2004   
Caught between rock and The Governator
 
Dec 08, 2004   
Hypocrisy in the sponsoring of The Rolling Stones tour by AmeriQuest
 
Dec 08, 2004   
SUPPORT BASE: OC's Money, Moderation Bankrolls Schwarzenegger
 
Dec 08, 2004   
Heels put boot into 'Imelda' Schwarzenegger
 
Dec 08, 2004   
ETHICAL BUMP OR JUST A POTHOLE?;
Governor's photo op raises debate about nonprofit, San Jose paying road-show tab
 
Dec 08, 2004   
Governor's finances remain a closed book for now
 
Dec 08, 2004   
Governor retuns big contribution from Indian gambling group
 
Dec 08, 2004   
Campaign gifts keep giving back
 
Dec 08, 2004   
Supporters ante up big bucks for ballot;
Over $23 million spent so far to back governor's measures
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Despite controversies, Governor's fund-raising team carries on
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Muscle king's rise and stumble;
The governor's climb to fame was closely connected to the supplement industry and its magazines.
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Governor to quit 2nd job;
Schwarzenegger relents amid controversy over lucrative pay and potential conflict of interest
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Governor Schwarzenegger under fire from government watchdogs who claim he's getting a salary from a special interest group
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Schwarzenegger Under Fire for Magazine Deal;
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Schwarzenegger Is Drawing Fire For an Ad Deal
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Despite criticism, Schwarzenegger ignores conflict-of-interest concerns about magazine deal
 
Dec 07, 2004   
California's film star governor reaps new millions from muscle-man past
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Critics claim multimillion-dollar consulting deal between CA Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger & publisher of fitness magazines produces conflict of interest
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Schwarzenegger faulted for lucrative deal with fitness magazines
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Monitoring Malcontents;
Why do the governor's critics keep finding themselves targets of strange police scrutiny?
 
Dec 07, 2004   
Governor pumps up lobby group;
With a bill pending, he backs the dietary supplement industry
 
Dec 06, 2004   
Schwarzenegger dogged by protesters as he launches ballot initiative campaign
 
Dec 06, 2004   
Governor Calls Special Election, Irking Some State Workers, Teachers
 
Dec 06, 2004   
ANALYSIS: Governor is hoping to keep public interested in him
 
Dec 06, 2004   
Governor assailed over special election;
Critics see today's expected move as a misuse of state's initiative process
 
Dec 06, 2004   
A Powerful Partner
Longtime business ally leads governor's initiative drive to rein in state spending.
 
Dec 06, 2004   
Schwarzenegger planned speech causing friction at alma mater
 
Dec 05, 2004   
Beatty kicks up political dust at Cal
 
Dec 05, 2004   
3-state swing to raise funds Governor heads to Florida, Texas and Illinois seeking cash for a possible special election.
 
Dec 05, 2004   
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's leadership being tested in California
 
Dec 05, 2004   
He's a Lot Weaker Than He Looks
 
Dec 05, 2004   
Wife's Book Has Good Tips for Gov.
 
Dec 04, 2004   
ARNOLD TERMINATED?
 
Dec 04, 2004   
Schwarzenegger Aide Generates Concern
 
Dec 04, 2004   
Initiative war could end -- or intensify;
Fate of special election uncertain
 
Dec 04, 2004   
Rowdy protests greet governor at S.F. fund-raiser
 
Dec 04, 2004   
Infighting chokes work flow in Capitol;
Budget process, talk of special elections stifle other agendas
 
Dec 04, 2004   
Campaign industry hits the jackpot;
Is the blizzard of initiatives drowning out public's voice?
 
Dec 04, 2004   
MORE STATES CUTTING DEALS FOR A SLICE OF HOLLYWOOD
 
Dec 04, 2004   
Campaign Finance Reform Hypocrisy
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Battle over cheaper drugs may hit ballot
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Schwarzenegger Criticized for Fund-Raising
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Measure targets unions' money
The initiative would require public workers' consent to use their dues for political purposes
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Commentary: Room Without a View at the Plaza
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Democratic Race for California Governor in '06 Starts Early
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Shooting star;
Beatty takes aim at Schwarzenegger
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Arnold Schwarzenegger launches fund-raising effort to promote his proposed special election to voters in California
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Beatty Gives Schwarzenegger Political Tips at Awards Banquet
Actor Warren Beatty to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger: Raise taxes
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Governor fattens kitty with D.C. Cash;
Fund raising during trip raises concerns
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Citizens to Save California farms a little menial work out to India
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Donors' Influence on Schwarzenegger Is an Issue
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Committee spearheads governor's reform efforts
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Photo ops for sale, governor's ear, too
SCHWARZENEGGER TO HIT UP BUSINESSES BUT SAYS IT WON'T AFFECT HIS POSITIONS
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Univision exec leading donor in support of special election
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Governor pushes 'reform agenda' amid noisy contention
Proposed pension revamp is a target
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Consumer group asks governor to fire consultant over no-bid deal
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Schwarzenegger considers tax breaks for filming in California
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Governor gives 'special interest' new slant;
Teachers, nurses protest depiction
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Governor Fails to Curb Big Money
While criticizing the system, Schwarzenegger continues to raise millions to help his political agenda and seeks to lift restrictions.
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Schwarzenegger and Common Cause: Strange Bedfellows?
Group embracing a plan that's picked up little or no backing from other nonprofit groups?
 
Dec 02, 2004   
It's not easy to 'Be Cool' when boo birds are flapping
SCHWARZENEGGER TRIES TO AVOID PROTESTERS AT CAPITAL PREMIERE
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Schwarzenegger risks angering women by targeting nurses, teachers
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Governor moves few in D.C.
House Republicans' ire over remap plan trumps his agenda for state
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Governor finds trouble at home...;
OVERHAUL PLAN: He drops proposal to abolish 88 boards
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Film-industry tax break backed;
SCHWARZENEGGER WANTS MOVIE-PRODUCTION WORK TO STAY IN CALIFORNIA
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Group set to back redistricting revamp
 
Dec 02, 2004   
'Governor, your suits look so beautiful';
Media sometimes appear starstruck by Schwarzenegger
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Drug companies approve $10 million for California ballot fight
 
Dec 02, 2004   
A Special Election For Special Interests
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Some Wonder if Baca's on Governor's Team
 
Dec 02, 2004   
If You Can Plug a Film, Why Not a Budget?
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Governor's crusade against business rules has found no villains
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Voters Might Face Flood of Fall Ballot Initiatives;
Almost 80 applications, some redundant, have been submitted to state officials for approval.
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Governor hits state pensions;
Brink's trucks are part of waterfront staging
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Big-Ticket Drive Supports Gov.'s Agenda;
Invitations are handed out for 'an evening with Schwarzenegger,' with dinners up to $100,000.
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Gov. Battles Rising Criticism on Multiple Fronts
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Arnold Inc: Living Like a Star
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Governor raked in $28.8 million from '04 donors;
The fund-raising feat doubles what Davis collected his first year.
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Senators will probe contractor's past troubles, current problems
 
Dec 01, 2004   
Battle of the boards heats up;
Foes say governor's plan to cut state panels favors business donors.
 
Dec 01, 2004   
Amid Broken Promises, Many Begin to Doubt Schwarzenegger
 
Dec 01, 2004   
Firm hires governor's fund-raiser to pitch program to agencies
 
Dec 01, 2004   
A Man of the People... People Who Pay
 
Dec 01, 2004   
Governor's call to arms causing deep divisions;
Dem, union 'special interests' are seen as enemies of his state
 
Dec 01, 2004   
Scene Set for Ballot Battles;
Schwarzenegger's plan for a special election this fall has scores of interest groups scrambling to put their own agendas before the voters too.
 
Dec 01, 2004   
Consumer Advocates Assail Gov.;
Schwarzenegger's plan to abolish independent regulatory boards called blow to public interest. Cabinet member says citizens will have input.
 
Dec 01, 2004   
Plan to reduce state boards assailed;
Consumer protections are at great risk, critics contend.
 
Dec 01, 2004   
Regulator revamp plan raises concerns in California
 
Dec 01, 2004   
Democrats Ready to Battle Gov.;
Still in control of the Legislature, the party plans to be more assertive, especially on issues of concern to the middle class.
 
Nov 03, 2003   
OPINION - Express your outrage;
CA Board of Equalization gives tax refunds to corporations that paid no income taxes
 
Nov 02, 2003   
Few details on tax return;
Governor reports how much he paid and gave to charity
 
Nov 02, 2003   
Arnold Goes to Washington
 
Nov 01, 2003   
Nonprofits tangle Schwarzenegger's fund-raising machine
 
Nov 01, 2003   
Governor sets money-raising record;
$26.6 million in his first year -- most of it from special interests
 
Nov 01, 2003   
Meeting your 'new day in California' governor
 
Nov 01, 2003   
Schwarzenegger must alter his fund-raising style
 
Nov 01, 2003   
ARNOLD'S FIRST YEAR;
NEXT BUDGET COULD BE BIGGER TEST FOR POLITICAL NEWCOMER
 
Nov 01, 2003   
POLITICIANS' TRIPS DRAWING CRITICISM
 
Nov 01, 2003   
Governor's nonprofit political fund reaches half-million dollars
 
Nov 01, 2003   
Business lobby still has Schwarzenegger to help maintain clout
 
Oct 31, 2003   
Two business measures get little attention from governor
 
Oct 31, 2003   
Governor's job commission fights conflict of interest disclosure
 
Oct 31, 2003   
ARNOLD THE REPUBLICAN
 
Oct 31, 2003   
Schwarzenegger says he'll take on special interests in coming year
 
Oct 31, 2003   
The Governator II: At first it seemed like a bad joke The Governator II: At first it seemed like a bad joke
A bodybuilder turned Hollywood hulk running the world's seventh largest economy. But one year on Arnie is riding high. So how far can he go?
 
Oct 31, 2003   
Governor to GOP: Stop taking tribe donations
 
Oct 31, 2003   
Governor hitting campaign trail;
FUNDS RAISED TO HELP DEFEAT GAMBLING MEASURES
 
Oct 31, 2003   
With vetos and signatures, Schwarzenegger's politics are revealed
 
Oct 31, 2003   
Gov. Gets Down to Business;
Signing or killing bills, Schwarzenegger usually gave economic concerns more weight than social ones. But he was no doctrinaire Republican.
 
Oct 31, 2003   
Governor's bill choices leaves some guessing, pleased
 
Oct 31, 2003   
Governor vetos Canadian-drug bills
 
Dec 10, 2003   
Governor seems to be of two minds
He ran as a bipartisan outsider, but critics see a captive of business.
 
Dec 09, 2003   
Schwarzenegger reviews official's potential conflict of interest
 
Dec 09, 2003   
Governor Aide's Bank Position Prompts Concern, Legal Review
 
Dec 09, 2003   
Bipartisan aura fades as Schwarzenegger finishes first year
 
Dec 09, 2003   
Gov. Backs Pro-Business Propositions;
He supports bid to limit lawsuits and overturn law giving workers healthcare coverage.
 
Dec 09, 2003   
A Plain Aye or Nay Will Do
 
Dec 09, 2003   
Schwarzenegger takes sides on 2 initiatives
 
Dec 09, 2003   
Schwarzenegger sides with business groups on two November props
 
Dec 09, 2003   
The bills stop here;
'LITMUS TEST' MUST BE COMPLETED BY END OF MONTH
 
Dec 09, 2003   
Absentee lawmakers made big difference
 
Dec 09, 2003   
USC study: Abstentions, absenteeism played major role in bills' failing
 
Dec 09, 2003   
Governor Is Sprinting for Donations;
Schwarzenegger is on pace to raise about $9million to fight two gambling initiatives on the Nov. 2 ballot and to promote his agenda.
 
Dec 09, 2003   
ARNOLD'S STATE 'GARAGE SALE';
SURPLUS PROPERTY RANGES FROM CAR TO CATTLE PROD
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Governor may say a lot with a yea or a nay
 
Dec 08, 2003   
End of Session Frenzy in Capitol;
Lobbyists dash to lawmakers' fundraising events as hundreds of bills face action.
 
Dec 08, 2003   
State fix gets Inland setting;
OVERHAUL: The governor touts the detailed plan to streamline government.
 
Dec 08, 2003   
All rhetoric aside, the pen will tell
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Governor playing to business
 
Dec 08, 2003   
ARNOLD'S STATE CONTROL
 
Dec 08, 2003   
ARNOLD'S FIRST YEAR GARNERS MIXED REVIEWS
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Schwarzenegger 'slush fund' hides political spending
 
Dec 08, 2003   
State Officials Tour LNG Sites With Energy Execs
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Committee approves Schwarzenegger's consumer affairs pick
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Governor raises $17 million in 6 months
 
Dec 08, 2003   
New report proposes sweeping overhaul of state government
 
Dec 08, 2003   
CALIFORNIA PERFORMANCE REVIEW;
Consumer affairs: A third of state boards, including those for barbers and horse racing, would be cut. Some worry about unregulated businesses.
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Pare down, state urged;
Governor's task force likely to recommend slashing jobs, board posts and agencies.
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Used-Car Bill Getting a No Sale;
Legislation that would let buyers return a vehicle within three days runs into opposition from the governor's administration.
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Schwarzenegger also walks, talks with special interests
 
Dec 08, 2003   
No end is in sight for state budget
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Budget battle cries
 
Dec 07, 2003   
On Girlie Men and Our Manly Governor
 
Dec 07, 2003   
Both sides lashing out at special interests;
What they are is tied to who's talking
 
Dec 07, 2003   
Hybrid Cars Get a Big Push; Not So Fast, Others Say;
Officials want to give incentives to owners of fuel-efficient vehicles. But transit experts decry a bill that would let solo drivers use HOV lanes.
 
Dec 07, 2003   
Follow the Money
Why does Gavin Newsom need a backer like the California Urban Issues Project?
 
Dec 07, 2003   
Hired firm out of line with governor's job pledge
 
Dec 07, 2003   
Where to cut? State has 300-plus boards and commissions
 
Dec 07, 2003   
Schwarzenegger rewards employees with higher pay
 
Dec 07, 2003   
Smog plan to benefit car sellers
Auto dealers stand to save millions on tests.
 
Dec 07, 2003   
Election funding limits added;
Some say new rules on ballot initiatives could fetter governor.
 
Dec 07, 2003   
Campaign cop limits donations to candidates' ballot issue funds
 
Dec 06, 2003   
Punitive damages and the budget
 
Dec 06, 2003   
Cuts at FPPC May Halt Probes;
The 30-year-old state ethics watchdog agency, which is looking into the governor's use of campaign funds, is targeted for reductions.
 
Dec 06, 2003   
State boards provide fat target for efficiency experts
 
Dec 06, 2003   
Governor Shapes Up as Master Politician
 
Dec 06, 2003   
Consumer Activists Troubled by Gov.'s Firings
 
Dec 06, 2003   
Consumer group challenges governor's nonprofit political fund
 
Dec 05, 2003   
Governor Removes Criticized Director;
Edward Heidig's post draws scrutiny as law agency is ordered to be more business-friendly.
 
Dec 05, 2003   
With governor's help, state GOP angling for $2 million payday
 
Dec 04, 2003   
Governor's evolving rules on donors
SOME OK, OTHERS NOT: SCHWARZENEGGER INSISTS HE CAN'T BE BOUGHT
 
Dec 04, 2003   
Lawyer tapped to run state's regulatory office
 
Dec 04, 2003   
Governor's pitches take hit
Schwarzenegger says he's selling state; critics say he's promoting big donors
 
Dec 04, 2003   
Schwarzenegger promises full disclosure of campaign donors
 
Dec 04, 2003   
In Advertising, Governor Accepts No Imitations;
Schwarzenegger and his attorneys are vigilant in guarding the use of his image.
 
Dec 04, 2003   
By punting on protection racket, Democrats shot selves in foot
 
Dec 04, 2003   
OPINION - Big-business backers won't give up notion of deregulation
 
Dec 04, 2003   
Governor creates private corporation to oversee fund-raising
 
Dec 04, 2003   
Editorial: Same old same old
Schwarzenegger, too, likes closed doors
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Governor's team for workers' comp drive is battle-tested;
Insiders who marshaled Props. 57-58 support are ready if issue goes to ballot.
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Governor stops insurers' donations
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Lobbyist's ties to governor queried again
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Schwarzenegger appoints former assemblywoman to head DCA
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Ex-Lawmaker Named to Head Consumer Affairs Department
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Schwarzenegger names donors, supporters to Calif jobs panel
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Schwarzenegger flexes his fund-raising muscles
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Governor to Be Executive Editor of 2 Fitness Magazines;
The publications will use Schwarzenegger's name, and he will receive $250,000 a year for his Council on Physical Fitness. Aide sees a 'nominal' time commitment.
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Governor signs on with two magazines Schwarzenegger won't do much heavy lifting, but extra job spurs criticism.
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Governor OKs loan conversion
He agrees to give up $4.5 million rather than let campaign donors cover it.
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Hey Voters, Don't Worry, Be Happy!
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Manhattan elite lining up for pricey Schwarzenegger fund-raiser tonight
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Ethical lapse
Governor's high-priced event is wrong tactic
 
Dec 03, 2003   
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's first 100 days in office
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Governor's charm playing well in Capitol;
Schwarzenegger makes inroads despite some broken promises
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Action figure: Energetic and charismatic, the state's new governor has earned high marks from across the political spectrum
Much of his agenda a work in progress
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Arnold's first 100 days win praise;
4 goals complete, others under way
 
Dec 02, 2003   
"Governator" Schwarzenegger passes 100 days
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Schwarzenegger breaks fundraising record at up to $500,000 for dinner seat
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Op-Ed Commentary: Feasting on an Ailing California
 
Dec 02, 2003   
High-rolling politicians leave public out of loop
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Demos endorse Props. 57, 58;
STATE PARTY BACKS GOVERNOR'S MARCH 2 BUDGET-BALANCING PLAN
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Group Urges Schwarzenegger to Cancel New York Fund-Raiser
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Governor goes fund raising despite pledge of reform
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Brother, Can You Spare $500,000?
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Big donations sparking calls for state reform;
GOVERNOR'S POLITICAL COMMITTEES RAISING LARGE, UNREGULATED SUMS
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Editorial: Truly unmitigated
Schwarzenegger, alas, puts Davis to shame
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Big-ticket event for bond plan
Top asking price to join Schwarzenegger in N.Y. - $500,000
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Recall total: $89 million spent
Schwarzenegger and his allies accounted for $27 million of the total election tab.
 
Dec 02, 2003   
One Word Says It All for Governor
Ever since he promised "to make sure everyone in California has a fantastic job," picketers have carried signs, "Where is my fantastic job?"
 
Dec 02, 2003   
An order to ease state rules raises consumers' fears
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Diluting of HMO Patients' Rights Feared;
Consumer groups worry that an order by the governor to cut red tape has weakened rules protecting 20 million Californians.
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Governor now says he never intended to repay loan with campaign
Must quit taking campaign contributions to repay the large loan to his campaign.
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Unruffled Governor Vows to Repay Loan;
A judge ruled he had broken the law by using borrowed money to finance his campaign.
 
Dec 02, 2003   
CALIFORNIA CABLE: WHAT MEDICATION IS HE ON?
Gov. Schwarzenegger must pay back campaign loan with own money not contributions.
 
Dec 02, 2003   
SCHWARZENEGGER CAMPAIGN BROKE LAWS ON FINANCE
Governor broke California's campaign finance laws by attempting to conceal identity of his political donors from voters who elected him
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Gov.'s Loan for Recall Ruled Illegal;
Borrowing $4.5 million broke campaign law, a judge says. Aides blame error on ethics panel and say Schwarzenegger won't appeal.
 
Dec 02, 2003   
Governor broke law, judge rules;
Schwarzenegger's $4 million loan made in good faith, campaign treasurer says.
 
Dec 01, 2003   
Work under way on tort-reform plan
Backers say they want to curtail frivolous lawsuits against businesses.
 
Dec 01, 2003   
Clock runs for debt bond initiative
Governor launches a drive for funds - and his critics are buzzing.
 
Dec 01, 2003   
What's 'special' to Arnold?
Will the freshly-minted Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will do things very differently than Davis?
 
Dec 01, 2003   
Proposals renew debate over state's electricity future
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger met with top energy aides to discuss pro-deregulation plan
 
Dec 01, 2003   
Governor stretches his donation rules;
SPECIAL INTERESTS CIRCUMVENT STANDARD, REFORMERS COMPLAIN
 
Dec 01, 2003   
Governor's Vow: 'The State of Our State Will Soon Be Strong';
Schwarzenegger again assures that the fiscal crisis can be resolved without raising taxes. Citing March ballot, he asks for public's help.
 
Dec 01, 2003   
Governor's fund-raising gambit draws ire;
One of new committees isn't covered by contribution caps, has nearly $200,000
 
Dec 01, 2003   
Donor watchdog seeking donations
Fund-raising letters tout ArnoldWatch
 
Dec 01, 2003   
Gov. Backs Pro-Business Propositions;
He supports bid to limit lawsuits and overturn law giving workers healthcare coverage.
 
Dec 01, 2003   
Governor Will Raise More Funds;
By creating committees to back ballot measures and to lobby legislators, Schwarzenegger would be extending his power, observers say.
 
Nov 03, 2002   
Schwarzenegger outpacing Davis in fund raising
 
Nov 02, 2002   
A Skybox Reality -- No Cash, No Arnold
 
Nov 02, 2002   
Schwarzenegger Taps Insiders at Fundraiser
 
Nov 02, 2002   
Governor finally holds capital fund-raiser
600 contributors pay at least $500 to attend twice-canceled event.
 
Nov 02, 2002   
Gov. Cancels Events Before Activists Can Crash Them
 
Nov 02, 2002   
Governor Names Aquiar To Head Consumer Services
 
Nov 02, 2002   
Consumer Group Urges Governor To Return Computer Firm's $50,000
 
Nov 02, 2002   
Governor again cancels fund-raiser
 
Nov 02, 2002   
The first 100 days: Government openness? Not just yet
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will unveil his reform plan in January . . .
 
Nov 02, 2002   
Fund-raising during budgeting at issue
 
Nov 02, 2002   
Major business group refusing to testify under oath to panel
 
Nov 02, 2002   
Arnold's First Week Ends With Criticism, Pre-Emption
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Governor Taking Case To Public
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Commentary: The Governor's Wayward Broom;
'Housecleaning' puts special interests first.
 
Nov 01, 2002   
A Car Dealer's Kind of Governor
 
Nov 01, 2002   
STATE OF THE STATE: Money Gram
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Governor makes pro-business pick;
Chamber of Commerce executive named Schwarzenegger's deputy chief of staff.
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Sacramento's same old songs
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Look! It's a special interest...
Governor pretends his contributors have no agenda
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Governor puts rules on hold, raises fears
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Officials can't pinpoint amount of savings in governor's bill
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Arnold straddles California
On inauguration day the new governor made nice with Democrats, but. . .
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Schwarzenegger names interim DMV director
Chon Gutierrez, a career government administrator, replaces the fired Gourley.
 
Nov 01, 2002   
TAKING CHARGE; SCHWARZENEGGER PROMISES QUICK ACTION;
First action is to repeal tripling of vehicle fee
 
Nov 01, 2002   
'Now we must... do the extraordinary'
UNITY: The state's new governor urges a nonpartisan approach to solving problems.
 
Nov 01, 2002   
The wurst of times
Arnold Schwarzenegger came to power in California promising to exclude special interests, but his definition of them is rather special.
 
Nov 01, 2002   
A new role: Governor of California;
Schwarzenegger sworn in, calls for rivals to unite
 
Nov 01, 2002   
GOVERNOR'S FIRST ACT: RESCIND CAR FEE HIKE
New boss wastes no time, calls three special sessions
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Schwarzenegger ready for challenges
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Schwarzenegger halts pending regulations, orders review
 
Dec 09, 2002   
ACTOR VOWS TO WORK FOR POLITICAL OPENNESS;
HE WOULD LIMIT FUNDRAISING WHILE BUDGET IS BEING WRITTEN
 
Nov 30, 1999   
Political group criticised for outsourcing work to India
 




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