29.03.2012 From the LA Times: Gov. JerryBrown defended his new campaign website's characterization of his proposed tax increase as “a millionaires' tax,” even though it hikes levies on people who make more than $250000 per year.
15.09.2012 [Los Angeles Times] - JerryBrown on Friday signed a $55-million emergency bailout and state-takeover plan for the nearly bankrupt Inglewood Unified School District. In addition to authorizing the emergency loans, the measure requires Supt. of Public Instruction Tom
15.09.2012 [San Francisco Chronicle] - JerryBrown signs the California Homemade Food Act, passed last month by the Legislature. The bill allows home cooks without a certified commercial kitchen to sell up to $50,000 annually in "non-potentially hazardous" foods such as breads, jams and
15.09.2012 [Sacramento Bee (blog)] - The Legislative Analyst's Office wasn't the most diplomatic, perhaps, when in a February report on Gov. JerryBrown's budget proposal for higher education, it suggested a number of shortcomings in Brown's plan to measure performance at public colleges
14.09.2012 [Los Angeles Times] - JerryBrown on Thursday directed the Los Angeles County sheriff to help determine whether Internet-related crimes are a significant problem requiring new state laws. Brown signed into law a bill that requires the Sheriff's Department and the Alameda
"Por que diabo os salários dos administradores são mais elevados se a função básica é ensinar?" ::- citado em "Citações da Cultura Universal" - Página 25, Alberto J. G. Villamarín, Editora AGE Ltda, 2002, ISBN 8574970891, 9788574970899