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Public pension struggles roil CA

Pension reform shredded, Cagle, Wolverton, Aug. 25, 2014
November 18, 2014 By James Poulos. The public pensions crisis has not subsided in California -- nor has the conflict that surrounds it. A waves of political, legal and policy developments have kept the issue at the center of the state's attention. In addition to a key election and a closely-watched lawsuit, a new initiative out of Sacramento has focused the pension debate on three general areas: municipal law, state la...

Video: The Millennial mind: Political parties aren’t trusted with privacy

The Millennial mind: Political parties aren’t trusted with privacy
November 16, 2014 By admin. The Reason Foundation's Emily Ekins talks to James Poulos about who Millennials support politically when they don’t trust either party to protect their privacy.

VIDEO: Teachers unions, Common Core and other roadblocks to reform

NEW: VIDEO: Teachers unions, Common Core and other roadblocks to reform
November 15, 2014 By admin. Cal Watchdog's James Poulos interviews filmmaker Bob Bowdon about the national trends in school choice and bottom-up solutions for education reform.

CA GOP looks ahead to broaden base

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November 14, 2014 By James Poulos. Analysts expected it, but it hurt all the same. The gains in the California Legislature were welcome. But in state-level races, California Republicans did not enjoy the same tidal-wave election results as their fellow party faithful across the country. For decades at the national level, moderate, centrist and liberal Republicans have urged the GOP to pivot leftward on social issues in...
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