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A changing of the guard for the CMA Capitol Insight column



May 15, 2014
Area(s) of Interest: Licensing & Regulatory Issues 

Anthony York, who has written about state politics for nearly 20 years, last week took the reins as the author of the California Medical Association's Capitol Insight column. Capitol Insight is a biweekly newsletter that reports on the inner workings of the state Legislature.

York has covered the Jerry Brown administration and state politics for the Los Angeles Times Sacramento bureau. He began covering Sacramento in 1997 as a reporter for McClatchy Newspapers, and has been an associate editor for the California Journal; Salon.com; Salon’s Washington, D.C., correspondent; and the editor of Capitol Weekly.

Greg Lucas, who has authored the columnsince it debuted in January 2011, was recently appointed as the state librarian by Gov. Jerry Brown. In his new position, Lucas, a former San Francisco Chronicle political reporter who has, most recently, been a political blogger and host of a television interview show, will manage the California State Library, which is located near the Capitol. It houses historical books and documents, provides research to the governor and Legislature, and acts as a liaison with local libraries.


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