In the seventh episode of KQED’s new podcast "The Political Mind of Jerry Brown," the governor ignores the conventional wisdom of political consultants in his runs for attorney general and governor.
The taxpayer money goes to Epic Charter Schools, which transfers it to a private management company owned by the school's co-founders. “Once the funds are paid to the management company, the dollars are no longer public funds..." a school attorney contends.
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Police pulled over this black State Attorney — and then couldn't even explain why