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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 27

Texas shows CA the way in fighting Washington Legislators want to battle “fake news” Property insurance on the rise? Environmental laws probably can’t block Trump’s wall Law may be against Trump on sanctuary cities Good morning! TGIF. It’s all Trump,

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 26

State, feds on collision course over “sanctuary” policies El Monte mayor can’t stop bonus pensions Federal funding for San Bernardino shooting relief in jeopardy State’s unfunded retirement benefits keep growing Drought conditions lowest since April 2013 Good morning. TGIT. If today

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 25

Brown defiant and conciliatory in State of the State Cap and trade under pressure San Diego mayor pledges support for Mexico amid Trump talk Should kids be able to testify in custody cases? Becerra sworn in as Attorney General Good

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 24

Enough blame for everyone with Oakland housing crisis Trade deal’s death hurts Central Valley farmers Key reform of environmental law hasn’t worked Orange County could model GOP success with Asian-Americans California has the highest real poverty rate in the country

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 23

Snack tax may soon be back Voter fraud test Cap and trade suit vital to state’s environmental policies Newsom: Thiel gubernatorial run could be “intriguing” Voters removed much wiggle room from budget Good morning! A tax on snacks may soon be back. 

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – Inauguration Day

Time to work toward 100 percent renewables? Raiders file paperwork for Vegas move Trump moth San Diego pensions falling short Democratss pressure McCarthy on Obamacare in Bakersfield Good morning! TGIF. It’s inauguration Day. So, in honor of the festivities, whether

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 19

Assemblyman: Russian interference should be taught in schools Maldonado passed over for secretary of Agriculture Bullet train survives another legal challenge, several more to go Becerra to enforce speedy-executions measure EPA questions CA’s vehicle-emission rules Good morning. Happy Thursday. We begin

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 18

Many CA House Democrats boycotting inauguration San Diego spent millions on retirees who came back to work A bill to help pot growers to pay taxes Lack of oversight at the BOE Water rules stay in place … for now Good

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 17

Bullet train report prompts renewed criticism, investigations Trump unpopular in CA, but not all of his ideas Can’t predict ACA repeal impact without replacement in mind All Democratic eyes on Senator Feinstein Silicon Valley’s Thiel mulling gubernatorial run Good morning. The

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – January 16

Issa leading bipartisan push for high-skilled visa overhaul Bullet train costs skyrocketing The battle lines in CA vs. Trump Education spending may rise as districts cut A new union dues case coming up? Good morning. Happy Martin Luther King Jr.

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