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Bill advances ‘civil rights’ claims on gender-neutral bathrooms

May 16, 2013 By Katy Grimes. May 16, 2013 By Katy Grimes As if plucked right out of the silly book, "There Oughta Be A Law," San Francisco Assemblyman Tom Ammiano has been pushing a bill through the Legislature which has the potential of turning all schools into beta test sites for social experiments. AB 1266 would require a student to be permitted to use the male or female bathrooms and locker rooms in public...

Electricity rate shock more likely than blackouts this summer

May 15, 2013 By admin. May 15, 2013 By Wayne Lusvardi There have been many forecasts of possible rolling blackouts in California this summer due to a shortage of power from the shutdown of the San Onofre nuclear power plant and the instability of a green power grid due to hourly weather fluctuations. But the most likely scenario for California for the summer of 2013 is electricity price shock, especially fo...

Gov. Brown’s May budget revision balances only by ignoring unfunded liabilities

May 14, 2013 By admin. May 14, 2013 By Katy Grimes SACRAMENTO -- Balancing the economic realities of the state budget with political influences surely is a challenging task. Unfortunately, in California it is a task which few administrations have managed in recent state history. Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown announced Tuesday morning that despite a state budget surplus, his May budget revision included proj...

Gov. Brown’s May budget revision still kicks the can

May 14, 2013 By admin. May 14, 2013 By John Seiler Gov. Jerry Brown's May Revision to his January budget certainly was a happier occasion than for any budget in a decade. Thanks to money pouring in from the tax increases, especially $7 billion from Proposition 30, he's projecting balanced budgets well into the future. But it's a good question whether the happy news will last. At his press conference, the go...
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