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Legislative hearings attack Prop. 32

September 27, 2012 By admin. Sept. 27, 2012 By Katy Grimes SACRAMENTO -- Apparently fearing the outcome of the political reform measure Proposition 32, some California lawmakers have added "storyteller" to their resumes. In one of the most nostalgic fairy tales ever told at a Capitol hearing, it was revealed that all labor unions have voluntary membership,and employee payroll deductions come willingly. But Pro...

Prop. 31 is a Trojan Horse for wealth redistribution

September 27, 2012 By admin. Sept. 27, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi Recently I was invited to be the “No on Proposition 31” speaker at a local election forum, which I reported on here.  My honorable conservative debate opponent expressed disbelief that Prop. 31 would end up with regional proxy governments around California that would require sharing tax revenues between wealthy and “disadvantaged” areas. To he...

Study confirms exodus from Golden State

September 26, 2012 By admin. Sept. 27, 2012 By Steven Greenhut Anyone who has lived in California for some time realizes that middle- and upper-income Californians frequently talk about where they are going when they leave California. Most people never actually leave, of course, and birth rates and immigration mostly from Latin America and the Pacific Rim assure that our state's population keeps growing. But it's ...

California’s Prop. 37 is not stricter food regulation

September 26, 2012 By admin. Sept. 26, 2012 By Colin A. Carter Californians will soon vote on Proposition 37, which requires that genetically modified (GM) food to be labeled in food stores throughout the state. Supporters argue that mandatory labeling would offer consumers greater choice and provide them with more information on the content of the foods they eat. How can anyone argue with such a simple and compel...
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