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Officials’ foolishness slams cities 18

July 23, 2012 By Steven Greenhut SACRAMENTO — First, Vallejo, in 2008. Next, Stockton, then Mammoth Lakes and, now, San Bernardino and soon, perhaps, Compton. As Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach told Bloomberg News, the bankruptcy dominoes are starting to

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Trophy train project, legacy for lawmakers 15

July 9, 2012 By Katy Grimes SACRAMENTO — After listening to two days last week of floor debate in the California Assembly and Senate, it became painfully obvious that the vote on the state’s high-speed train was nothing more than

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Student loan slavery 27

July 6, 2012 By John Seiler I tell youngsters all the time: Don’t go into debt for college! Not that they listen to me, any more than I listened to my elders when I was their age. At least when

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Time to bring back Calif. Justices of the Peace 18

July 2, 2012 By Michael Warnken Upon recent news of the state’s $16 billion dollar budget deficit, the legislature began making deep cuts in numerous programs. One of the most devastating cuts of $544 million was to the state judiciary.

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