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Top tales: 2013’s key political yarns

State Capitol, Sacramento. (Photo: David Monniaux)

For the followers of California politics, non-election years usually are yawns. Not so 2013: One would be hard pressed to find a year with more hot-button events fraught with statewide political ramifications. Here’s our roundup of the year’s top tales, a subjective compilation to be sure but one which was fun to put together. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

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Ethnic groups expand beyond their historic bases

California is the most ethnically diverse place in the world.  From corner to corner, across its coastline, valleys, deserts and mountains there is just about every type of voter in the state.  From the strong Republican rural communities along the Nevada border to urban Democrats in Los Angeles and San Francisco the state typifies diversity.

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The duel at the lake

A remarkable political duel is playing out over Lake Tahoe, the azure lake that for four decades has been jointly regulated by the two states that share its spectacular shoreline, California and Nevada.

 

“A unified regulatory body is extremely important,” said Darcie Goodman Collins, executive director of the League to Save Lake Tahoe. “The

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