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Brown fuels incentives for alt-energy cars

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September 25, 2014 By James Poulos. Convinced carbon emissions pose an "existential threat" to the human race, Gov. Jerry Brown just signed a set of bills designed to push ahead an environmental agenda dependent on automobiles that don't run on gas. Among other new rules, regulations and programs, the new legislation set three changes in motion. Assembly Bill 2013, by Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi, D-Torrance, expanded ...

VIDEO: The Truth (and Lies) about Income Inequality, with Grover Norquist

NEW: VIDEO: The Truth (and Lies) about Income Inequality, with Grover Norquist
September 25, 2014 By admin. Want to solve income inequality? Washington can't do it by hiking taxes. CalWatchdog.com editor Brian Calle discusses with American for Tax Reform president Grover Norquist.  

Toxic cleanup agency under fire from legislators

California Department of Substances Control
September 25, 2014 By Dave Roberts.   The California Department of Toxic Substances Control is in charge of cleaning up the state’s hazardous waste sites. But lately, the agency has had to focus on cleaning up its own image after a recent audit criticized DTSC’s 27 years of mismanagement that has resulted in $194 million in unrecovered cleanup costs. The agency has also come under fire from state legislators...

SoCal water reserves could dry up in 2016

Demolition of water tower south base
September 24, 2014 By Wayne Lusvardi.   The nearby photo shows the recent demolition of a 160-foot water tank tower at Edwards Air Force Base northeast of Lancaster. Could it be a prophetic image for Southern California’s future? The Associated Press reported the area's regional water supplier, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, could be without reserves by early 2016. The MWD supp...
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