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CA GOP labors to read Latino tea leaves

California hispanic republicans
October 2, 2014 By James Poulos. Though the political ground has been shifting in California, new research is giving Republicans only hints about how to woo Latino voters. Much like their nationwide counterparts, for moderate-to-liberal Republicans in the Golden State, Latinos have come to represent an essential outreach opportunity. Unlike some grassroots Republicans and conservatives, centrist Republicans have ...

Los Angeles books higher hotel minimum wage

Eric Garcetti
October 2, 2014 By James Poulos. If critics are right, room service in Los Angeles hotels could descend to that of the Bates Motel. Yesterday the City Council passed a $15.37 minimum wage for non-unionized employees of large hotels in Los Angeles. Breitbart News reported city observers generally recognized the union-driven plan would boost member rolls because unionized workers' wages would be regulated by unio...

Hearings dissect Prop. 46 on medical malpractice

Marcus welby
October 1, 2014 By Dave Roberts.   California’s state and local governments could be hit with an increase of tens of millions to several hundred million dollars in annual health care costs if Proposition 46 passes on Nov. 4. That was the warning from California legislative analyst Ross Brown at a joint legislative committee informational hearing on the initiative on Monday. The proposition also would raise...

Gov. Brown rebuilds redevelopment

September 30, 2014 By John Hrabe. Reversing his 2011 abolition of redevelopment, on Monday Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law two bills that will revive it, Senate Bill 628 and Assembly Bill 229. He also vetoed a third redevelopment measure, AB2280, he believed went too far by codifying an anti-poverty program into redevelopment law. Property rights advocates opposed the trio of  bills as bringing back eminent dom...
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