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High-speed rail opponents file for rehearing

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August 18, 2014 By Kathy Hamilton.   On Aug. 14, the three litigants in the case to halt California’s high-speed rail project, Kings County and two local residents, filed a Petition for Rehearing. They challenged the July 31 ruling against them by Sacramento’s 3rd District Court of Appeal. The ruling, which reversed a lower-court decision, greenlighted the project. The rehearing also would be with the 3rd D...

GOP’s Texas-California connection grows

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August 15, 2014 By James Poulos. If present trends continue, California Republicans could set up a virtual government-in-exile in Texas. As is now well known, outmigration from California has reached historic highs. Although just 2.6 percent of the large Texas population is now Californian in origin, Texas has received the largest number of Californians from any state in absolute terms. As The New York Times re...

Judge OKs Gerawan worker suit against ALRB

August 14, 2014 By James Poulos. A historic lawsuit against California's Agriculture Labor Relations Board is set to move forward. Brought by workers at Gerawan Farms, the suit alleged that the ALRB has violated the workers' First Amendment right to freedom of association and their 14th Amendment right to due process of law. The workers' revolt was led by Silvia Lopez, a 15-year Gerawan employee (pictured nearby outs...

Legislature passes first water storage bond in 50 years  

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August 14, 2014 By Wayne Lusvardi.   With the drought still drying up the state, the California Legislature and Gov. Jerry Brown Wednesday poured out a $7.5 billion water bond that includes $2.7 billion for water storage. If voters give their approval this November, this will be the first bond in 50 years to include water storage. The storage is significant because, from 1971 to 2014, California voters passed ...
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