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Appellate court green-lights high-speed rail project

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...

Kashkari debunks ‘California Comeback’

Neel Kashkari Down and Out
July 31, 2014 By John Hrabe. By spending a week down and out in Fresno, Neel Kashkari has made the state's sky-high poverty rate a central issue in the governor's race, and in the process, debunked Gov. Jerry Brown's myth of a "California Comeback." Last week, the Republican gubernatorial nominee hopped on a Greyhound bus headed for Fresno with just $40 in his pocket and the goal of drawing attention to t...

Does anyone cover the news in Sacramento?

July 31, 2014 By Brian Calle. California is perhaps the most significant state in the union both culturally and economically. One in every eight Americans lives here. In 2012, California’s GDP was $1.9 trillion — roughly the same size as that of Italy and Russia.  If we were a nation, we’d consistently be in the top-10 largest economies in the world. And the state’s capital, Sacramento, is one of the larges...

State funds dry cleaners’ shift to CO2

July 30, 2014 By Wayne Lusvardi. The California Energy Commission's Public Interest Energy Research Program has produced a dry cleaning machine that uses CO2. The carbon-based cleaning process replaces perchoroethylene chemical-based dry cleaning. The machine is being tested by the Aramark uniform cleaning corporation in Los Angeles. Colorado-based firm C02Nexus received a $396,200 CEC grant on Dec. 3, 2009 to dev...
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