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Consumer Watchdog criticized for ‘misleading’ report
The shoe's on the other foot for Consumer Watchdog (no connection to CalWatchdog.com). Routinely critical of state regulators for failing to protect consumers, the consumer advocacy group has been criticized by an independent oversight panel for presenting "incorrect" and "misleading" informa...
Geothermal mandate could drive up energy costs
  California residents and businesses could be paying an extra $400 million annually for electricity if a geothermal energy mandate bill making its way through the Legislature becomes law. Senate Bill 1139, by Sen. Ben Hueso, D-San Diego, would require non-publicly-owned utilities to purc...
The myth of California’s underpaid public school employees
  Eduardo Benard, a custodian at San Francisco’s Leonard R. Flynn Elementary School, received $107,912.31 in pay and benefits in 2013. He was one of 31 custodians employed by California public schools that boasted more than $100,000 in compensation last year, according to just-release f...
Complaint alleges people with disabilities barred from voting
A complaint filed earlier this month with the U.S. Department of Justice alleges that thousands of Americans with disabilities have been illegally deprived of their right to vote. The perpetrator of this injustice: judges. The complaint, which was filed by the Disability and Abuse Project, alleg...
Video: Peter Schiff on the gold standard
Businessman and investment broker Peter Schiff sits down with CalWatchdog's James Poulos to discuss whether or not the gold standard can save the economy ... and what's China doing with all that gold? http://youtu.be/ZininIyXcVc
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