News Panel for July 16, 2010
The California Republican Party might get a large infusion of cash from GOP gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman, Oakland copes with major layoffs at the city's police department, the state's education system takes another blow with a shorter school year and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors approves the Environmental Impact report for development of the Hunters Point shipyard.
- Carla Marinucci, Political Reporter, San Francisco Chronicle
- John Wildermuth, Writer, San Francisco Chronicle
- Louis Freedberg, Senior Reporter and Advisor, California Watch
- Robert Gammon, Associate Editor, East Bay Express
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