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Video: CalWatchdog in depth — High Speed Rail
There's plenty to fix right now in California - roads, bridges, water systems. It's a long list and it keeps growing every year. CalWatchdog Contributor Kathy Hamilton asks why do we need a new and extremely expensive rail project that will require heavy maintenance when the state can't even take ca...
Video: CalWatchdog in depth — The Drought
CalWatchDog Contributor Wayne Lusvardi explains how a recent Federal Court ruling and the Delta Smelt impacted water markets and water for central valley farmers. http://youtu.be/hrQLxZsKrA4
McClintock: Border mess shows government can’t be trusted
The current influx of illegal immigrants along the Texas border has ramped up the immigration debate and sharply increased media coverage of the issue. But that coverage has mostly been on human interest angles relating to the kids coming from Central America and on the protests in Murrieta. I do...
Tax increases boost jobs?
Do tax increases boost jobs? Or kill jobs? Here's the take of David Cay Johnston in the Bee: Dire predictions about jobs being destroyed spread across California in 2012 as voters debated whether to enact the sales and, for those near the top of the income ladder, stiff income tax increases in P...
Lawsuit could expand state control of groundwater
  Sacramento Superior Court Judge Allen Sumner just issued a preliminary ruling that Siskiyou County must regulate groundwater well permits along the Scott River in accordance with "Public Trust Doctrine." This means the water now mainly used by hay farmers also will have to be divided among...
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