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Shutdown: Where is CA now?

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October 2, 2013 By Adam O'Neal. Another day, another case of epic gridlock in the nation’s capital. Both sides have reached an impasse. It’s likely that Republicans will now try to tie any government funding deal to another deal that raises the debt ceiling, which will hit its limit on October 15. That’s not necessarily going to happen. President Obama has repeatedly demanded a clean-CR (continuing resoluti...

Gov. Jerry Brown forcing electric car market in CA

October 2, 2013 By Katy Grimes. Gov. Jerry Brown must be in the market for a Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf or Tesla electric car. There could be no other explanation for why he signed six bills this week to force a market for electric cars that few people want. Rather than being mindful of the state's weak electricity grid and sky-high electricity rates, Brown's office sent out a press release announcing the ...

Shutdown: Where CA Lawmakers Stand

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October 2, 2013 By Adam O'Neal. For the first time in 17 years, the federal government has shut down. As has previously explained, this doesn’t exactly mean that steel bars have dropped in front of all government buildings. Rather, some programs are temporarily shuttered and non-essential employees go home. best exercise to lose belly fat...

CA rooftop solar will cost other customers $1 billion per year

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October 1, 2013 By Wayne Lusvardi. Wealthy rooftop solar homeowners will shift $1.1 billion per year in extra costs onto other electric ratepayers by the year 2020, according to a new study just released by the California Public Utilities Commission. how to make penis longer Who benefits from net-metered solar...
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