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Trick or Treat? Proposition 31 is reverse of Prop. 13

October 29, 2012 By admin. Oct. 29, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi The California Taxpayer’s Association spotted a provision in Proposition 31 whose importance no one has noticed until now. It appears to prohibit making any cuts or increases to the state budget of $25 million or more.  In other words, it appears to freeze 99.999 percent of the state budget at its current funding level. This sounds like the reincarn...

Others feel wrath of police unions

October 27, 2012 By Steven Greenhut. Oct. 28, 2012 By Steven Greenhut FULLERTON -- Many people were outraged this summer after a private investigator, with ties to a law firm that represents 120 police unions in California, made an apparently false police report that a Costa Mesa councilman stumbled out of a bar, appearing drunk, and was weaving all over the road as he drove home. When police showed up at his door, Counc...

China bashing doesn’t help California

October 26, 2012 By Joseph Perkins. Oct. 26, 2012 By Joseph Perkins I imagine that Jeremy Potash, executive director of the California-Asia Business Council, winced this week while watching the foreign policy debate between President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney. Her group is trying to increase trade between California, the world’s ninth-largest economy, and China, the world’s second-largest economy. And it certainly...

Prop 35. toughens sex crime penalties

October 26, 2012 By admin. Oct. 26, 2012 By Dave Roberts When Dellena Hoyer first started turning tricks, she was 12 years old. She told her story to a joint legislative safety committee informational hearing in August on Proposition 35, which seeks to increase penalties for human trafficking and sex crimes. “I’m a survivor and advocate for children who are being trafficked,” said Hoyer. “Thirty-eight y...
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