Don't miss out, subscribe to our mailing list!

Breaking News

California Taxes Success, Texas Taxes Results of Success

January 11, 2013 By admin. Jan. 11, 2013 By Wayne Lusvardi Chuck DeVore’s timely new book, "The Texas Model: Prosperity in the Lone Star State and Lessons for America," can be summed up in one riveting sentence by him:  “California taxes success, while Texas taxes the results of success.” This not only sums up DeVore’s very readable explanation of what makes Texas’s prosperity different from Californ...

Immigrant Release Could Ease CA Jail Overcrowding

January 11, 2013 By admin. Jan. 11, 2013 By Dave Roberts California generally remains more open to immigration than other states. But it still faces a problem of what to do with immigrants who are suspects in serious crimes. This has been made more complicated by California’s 2011 budget realignment process, which has been transferring inmates from state prisons to county jails. Many of these inmates are i...

Gov. Brown’s new budget seeks to equalize the unequal

January 10, 2013 By admin. Jan. 10, 2013 By Katy Grimes SACRAMENTO -- Many in the state refer to the annual California governor's January budget proposal as fantasy. Gov. Jerry Brown did not disappoint today as he presented his budget -- "balanced and fair," according to Brown, and a way to equalize the unequal. "I want to advance the progressive agenda, but with the amount of money available," Brown said durin...

Federal courts throw out excessive storm water regulations

January 9, 2013 By admin. Jan. 9, 2013  By Wayne Lusvardi The expression “don't throw the baby out with the bathwater” means avoiding throwing something out that is good when trying to get rid of something bad.  In two separate recent California court cases dealing with attempts to expand the definition of storm water as polluted water, federal courts have thrown out the bad definitions and kept the essen...
Page 218 of 528« First...102030...216217218219220...230240250...Last »

News Archive

Archive By Categories
  • Budget and Finance
  • Education
  • Health care
  • Infrastructure
  • Inside Government
  • Life in California
  • Politics and Elections
  • Regulations
  • Rights and Liberties
  • Waste, Fraud and Abuse