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Prop. 48: Pechanga opposes expansion of tribal gaming

NEW: Prop 48: Pechanga opposes expansion of tribal gaming
October 27, 2014 By John Hrabe. A Native American tribe is spending big bucks to limit the expansion of tribal gaming in California. The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians recently contributed $1 million to oppose Proposition 48, a controversial compact that would pave the way for off-reservation casinos in California. In the tribe's view, the state's agreement with the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians would s...

VIDEO: Does California government do anything well (besides grow)?

VIDEO: Does California government do anything well (besides grow)?
October 27, 2014 By admin. California is controlled by Democrat politicians, but even they have failed to deliver on a list of progressive promises. Reason Magazine's Editor Matt Welch joins CalWatchdog's James Poulos to discuss the shortcomings of liberal utopia. ...

Drought emergency strikes Southland water district

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October 24, 2014 By Wayne Lusvardi.     Will next year bring restrictions to water use in Southern California that cause people’s yards to go brown and die? Could be, if the Southland suffers a worst-case scenario of low rainfall and no imported water, Tony Zampiello told; he’s watermaster for the Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District – called the Upper District. On ...

Deasy resignation continues LAUSD turmoil

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October 24, 2014 By James Poulos. John Deasy's recent resignation as the superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District ends three years of controversy. But a cloud of chalk dust remains over the mammoth district's future. Deasy conceded his policies sowed sharp disagreements. And a conciliatory statement by the LAUSD School Board acknowledged "academic achievement rose substantially despite severe...
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