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Morning Wrap: 5/24/12

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Top of the morning’s news:
  • Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax proposals are winning majority support from California voters in the latest Public Policy Institute of California poll. Chronicle
  • BART is pondering an operating budget of $670 million for the coming fiscal year, including how to spend a $30 million surplus. Mercury News
  • Twelve years after FasTrak was introduced, commuters wonder: why is there often more of a backup at the electronic toll lanes than at cash only lanes? Chronicle
  • Former Boise State athletic director Gene Bleymaier will be named AD at San Jose State today. Mercury News
  • The state Supreme Court agreed to decide a long-running dispute in Berkeley over whether computer magnate Mitchell Kapor and his wife should be allowed to build a large home with a 10-car garage on a steep hillside. Chronicle

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