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NEW: CA Senate pushes $400M Hollywood tax credits

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August 19, 2014 By James Poulos. A California Senate committee wants to quadruple the entertainment industry subsidies keeping production in Hollywood. With a unanimous vote, the appropriations committee passed a $300 million increase in tax credits for film and television, bringing the size of the controversial program up to $400 million. Assembly Bill 1839 is coauthored by Assemblymen Raul Bocanegra, D-Pacoima, ...

Prop. 1 bond funds non-water bureaucracy

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August 18, 2014 By Wayne Lusvardi.   Proposition 1, the new $7.5 billion water bond just passed by the Legislature, contains water storage in an statewide bond for the first time since 1965. It will go before voters on Nov. 4. The previous 21 water bonds since 1971 contained no water storage. But $297.5 million of the new bond funds mostly are to buy land, not water, purportedly to protect mountain watersheds f...

High-speed rail opponents file for rehearing

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August 18, 2014 By Kathy Hamilton.   On Aug. 14, the three litigants in the case to halt California’s high-speed rail project, Kings County and two local residents, filed a Petition for Rehearing. They challenged the July 31 ruling against them by Sacramento’s 3rd District Court of Appeal. The ruling, which reversed a lower-court decision, greenlighted the project. The rehearing also would be with the 3rd D...

GOP’s Texas-California connection grows

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August 15, 2014 By James Poulos. If present trends continue, California Republicans could set up a virtual government-in-exile in Texas. As is now well known, outmigration from California has reached historic highs. Although just 2.6 percent of the large Texas population is now Californian in origin, Texas has received the largest number of Californians from any state in absolute terms. As The New York Times re...
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