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Economy to Sway 2010 Gubernatorial Races

Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger, who replaced Davis as governor in 2003, is barred from running for another term, but pundits say that displeasure over California’s historic budget deficits and his low approval ratings could help return the governor’s seat to the Democrats.

California Faces a Projected Deficit of $21 billion

Less than four months after California leaders stitched together a patchwork budget, a projected deficit of nearly $21 billion already looms over Sacramento, according to a report to be released today by the chief budget analyst.

Nation's Largest LGBT Publisher Folds

Gay newspapers in several United States cities, including The Washington Blade, shut down on Monday, as the company that owned them, Window Media, abruptly went out of business.

SignForEquality.com Launches Petition Drive to Repeal Prop. 8

SignForEquality.com yesterday launched a groundbreaking effort to gather signatures to repeal Proposition 8 and restore equal marriage rights for same-sex couples, marking the first time that social networking technology has been used to qualify a California initiative for the ballot.