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Covered CA caught in Prop. 45 crossfire

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October 20, 2014 By James Poulos. On Proposition 45, some Democrats are feeling as if they got a transfusion of the wrong blood type. The initiative would give the state insurance commissioner the power to approve changes in health-insurance policies, including those by Covered California, this state's implementation of Obamacare. Normally Democrats back more regulation, and plenty support Prop. 45. But it would...

VIDEO: Can the GOP build a better brand by embracing unions?

VIDEO: Can the GOP build a better brand by embracing unions?
October 18, 2014 By admin. We may be experiencing a libertarian moment, but are blue collar workers the secret to give this moment a lasting impact? The Heritage Foundation's Stephen Moore joins CalWatchdog's James Poulos to discuss a new political alliance to challenge the supporters of big government. ...

Nurse union exploits Ebola crisis in negotiations

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October 17, 2014 By John Hrabe. Seizing on the growing concern about the deadly West African virus, the California Nurses Association, one of the state's most powerful unions, has added several Ebola-related provisions to its list of demands in its ongoing dispute with Kaiser Permanente. The two sides have been at an impasse for months over a new four-year contract for nurses at Kaiser's Northern California hosp...

CA Supreme Court decision not full victory for high-speed rail

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October 17, 2014 By Kathy Hamilton. On Wednesday, the California Supreme Court declined to review of an appellate Court decision regarding the project. The case commonly is referred to as “Tos/Fukuda/Kings County” after the county and two residents who sued to stop the project. This meant the July 31 ruling of the 3rd Appellate District Court stands; and the California High-Speed Rail Authority, which runs t...
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