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Pension costs burden CA budget

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May 19, 2014 By James Poulos. Gov. Jerry Brown still hasn't gotten his state's budget problems beat. A high-profile new report showed California still faces massive liabilities extending far into the future. The study, released by the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office, tallied over $340 billion in debts, deferred payment and other budgetary burdens "that will affect the state's financial health in the ...

Feinstein attacks environmentalists on drought

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May 19, 2014 By Wayne Lusvardi.   On May 15, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., didn’t pull any punches about her recent attempt to push her drought bill through Congress.  She blasted environmentalists for having “never been helpful to me in producing good water policy. You can’t have a water infrastructure for 16 million people and say ‘Oh, it’s fine for 38 million people,’ when we’re losing t...

Amb. Bolton warns of Pacific challenges to the U.S.

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May 16, 2014 By John Seiler. California and the United States as a whole need to get their act together to face the rising challenges posed by Russia, China, North Korea and other countries. That was what former Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton said Thursday before and during a speech he gave to 208 business and community leaders at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach. Bolton advanced his position of c...

Top CA GOP senator backs bilingual ed

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May 16, 2014 By James Poulos. A notable Golden State Republican just made a U-turn on 16 years of education policy: Sens. Bob Huff, R-Diamond Bar. He jointed majority Democrats in a  vote of the California Senate Education Committee to recommended adding an initiative to the 2016 ballot that would restore bilingual education to the state public school system. Though unable to dictate the votes of Sac...
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