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Boxer-Feinsten water bill stresses conservation, not supply

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August 5, 2014 By Wayne Lusvardi. There are two ways to manage water. One way is to capture more water and store it for dry years. The second way is to keep dividing up existing water supplies. This second way is pushed in a newly proposed bill, the Water in the 21st Century Act, sponsored by California Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, both Democrats; and by Reps. Grace Napolitano, D-CA, and Peter DeFazi...

Video: Peter Schiff on economic collapse

NEW: Video: Peter Schiff on the gold standard
August 5, 2014 By John Seiler. Can American economic policies continue failing? Will California's real estate always go up? Interviewed by CalWatchDog.com's James Poulos, Peter Schiff says we have to admit we have a problem … and we all need a lot of economic rehab.

CA hits roadblocks in Obamacare implementation

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August 4, 2014 By James Poulos. It's a bumpy road for the implementation of Obamacare through the Covered California exchange. Thanks to the cumbersome and convoluted nature of the process, state regulators are grappling with bad provider lists, limited plan acceptance and a host of complaints from Californians caught in the mix. Patients, doctors and even whole hospitals have fallen into confusion over whether they...

Appellate court green-lights high-speed rail project

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August 1, 2014 By Kathy Hamilton.   On Thursday, Sacramento’s 3rd Appellate District Court ruled California’s high-speed rail project can move ahead. It overturned a decision last fall by Sacramento Superior Court Judge Michael Kenny. Kenny had ruled that the current funding plan, as approved by the California Legislature, did not follow the strictures of Proposition 1A, the 2008 initiative approving the b...
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