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George Deukmejian, 2-Term California Governor in the '80s, Dies at 89

May 08, 2018 | New York Times
George Deukmejian, a two-term California governor who was admired by Republicans and Democrats alike for his willingness to cross party boundaries, and who quietly shepherded the state through a period of rapid growth and sustained prosperity, died on Tuesday at his home in Long Beach, Calif. He was 89.
Related: Sacramento Bee, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, NBC Los Angeles, ABC7 Los Angeles, Daily Republic, The Hill, Times of San Diego, Los Angeles Daily News

Judges Raise Concerns About Proposal to Open Up Their Settlements

May 08, 2018 | The Recorder
“Some CJA members have expressed concern that the disclosure of settlement agreements would be contrary to the understanding that the agreements would remain confidential despite case law interpreting” open records rules, CJA president Stuart Rice, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge, wrote in the public comment.
Related: San Diego Union-Tribune
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