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Feds, CA clash over funding private water projects

water people
January 19, 2015 By Wayne Lusvardi.   Last week, President Obama dumped a bucket of cold water over his fellow Democrats in California on water policy. He’s emphasizing private investment, while they’re trying to ban it. His Environmental Protection Agency announced on its website: “WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency launched the Water Infrastructure and Resiliency Finance Center toda...

Boxer exit begins CA youth shift in Congress

year of the woman
January 19, 2015 By John Hrabe. Girls may run the world, as in the Beyonce song, but women run California's congressional delegation. More specifically, older Democratic women -- but that could change soon. U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer's retirement announcement earlier this month kicks off a major demographic shift in California's congressional delegation, as aging Democratic women move closer to retirement. Democrati...

CA Analyst warns against budget spending spree

Mac Taylor
January 16, 2015 By Dave Roberts.   With California’s state budget in the best shape in years, Democratic legislators are eager to open the spending spigots. But they were cautioned at an Assembly Budget Committee hearing Jan. 15 that the good economic times could end as quickly as they began, plunging the budget back into the red. Legislative Analyst Mac Taylor warned the committee that California’s budge...

State Senate 21: Runner seeks to reclaim seat

January 15, 2015 By John Hrabe. Sharon Runner, a former High Desert state lawmaker and "walking miracle," is asking voters to send her back to the California Senate. After declining to seek reelection in 2012, due to a life-threatening autoimmune disease, Runner was replaced by fellow Republican Steve Knight. Last November, Knight won his campaign for the 25th Congressional District, creating a vacancy in the ...
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