Republican http://kvpr.org en California GOP Lawmakers: Build Reserve, Pay Down Debt http://kvpr.org/post/california-gop-lawmakers-build-reserve-pay-down-debt <p>Minority Republicans are calling for spending restraint, paying down debt and putting a portion of the state’s one-time revenues into infrastructure projects.</p><p>Assembly GOP Leader Connie Conway says Governor Jerry Brown and legislative Democrats should resist the temptation to spend the money that’s coming into state coffers well above budget projections.</p> Tue, 07 Jan 2014 02:05:54 +0000 Katie Orr - Capital Public Radio 26869 at http://kvpr.org California GOP Lawmakers: Build Reserve, Pay Down Debt Valadao Calls On GOP Leadership To Address Immigration Reform http://kvpr.org/post/valadao-calls-gop-leadership-address-immigration-reform <p>Congressman David Valadao&nbsp;(R-Hanford) has renewed his call for the House to take up the issue of comprehensive immigration reform this year. He made his comments this week speaking on Valley&nbsp;<span style="line-height: 1.5;">Public Radio's Valley Edition.</span></p> Wed, 06 Nov 2013 00:21:17 +0000 Joe Moore 24088 at http://kvpr.org Valadao Calls On GOP Leadership To Address Immigration Reform Kevin McCarthy: California GOP Has Nowhere to Go But Up http://kvpr.org/post/kevin-mccarthy-california-gop-has-nowhere-go <p></p><p class="p1">House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy had plenty to say at the Sacramento Press Club Friday.</p><p class="p1">The California Congressman discussed everything from the federal budget cuts known as sequestration to the future of the Republican Party. Ben Adler has more from Sacramento.</p><p class="p3">McCarthy said President Obama was “creating hysteria” about the sequestration cuts – rather than working with Republicans:</p><p class="p3">“If we can’t find a way to cut $85 billion out of a $3.6 trillion deficit, we’re not gonna overcome our problems.”</p> Sat, 02 Mar 2013 01:30:49 +0000 Ben Adler 11558 at http://kvpr.org Kevin McCarthy: California GOP Has Nowhere to Go But Up On Valley Edition: What's the Future for the GOP; F.E.R.N.; Christmas At Kearney http://kvpr.org/post/valley-edition-whats-future-gop-fern-christmas-kearney <p></p><p>This week on Valley Edition we look at the future of politics in California, in the wake of a November election that saw Democrats gain a two-thirds majority in the Legislature, and Republican voter registration drop below 30 percent. FM89's Joe Moore brings us the second report a two-part series on the impact of California's new "top-two" election system. This week we learn how the new reforms may force some of the state's smaller political parties off the ballot entirely.&nbsp;</p> Tue, 27 Nov 2012 21:40:30 +0000 Juanita Stevenson 7414 at http://kvpr.org On Valley Edition: What's the Future for the GOP; F.E.R.N.; Christmas At Kearney