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GOP can’t find bridge for troubled water bill
The fate of a bipartisan drought bill passed Tuesday by the U.S. House of Representatives is as cloudy as California skies in recent days. The bill was crafted by GOP congressmen with Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., although she opposed the final version. But even if the bill didn't face cert...
Bay Delta Plan could wipe out farmland values
  Along with the rains finally drenching California in recent days have come clouds over Gov. Jerry Brown’s Bay Delta Conservation Plan. Published on the website of state Treasurer Bill Lockyer, a new report by the California Debt Advisory Commission questions the BDCP’s financing with m...
VIDEO: The Cure in The Code: How Technology is Transforming Medicine
Revolutionary advancements in technology are transforming medicine. Manhattan Institute author Peter H. Huber joins Brian Calle to talk about how California's tech industry is leading this revolution in medicine. ...
High cost of living sours holiday spirit
The drop in gas prices certainly is welcome. Especially during this holiday season. But seemingly everything else is going up in price -- as you probably noticed at the grocery store or when shopping for housing. And health care? My premiums have gone up 50 percent the past two years for the s...
Has quirky San Diego Democrat put hold on city’s “Los Angelization”?
Democrats have long had a big voter registration advantage in San Diego -- a consistent 70,000-plus edge. Yet until November 2012, this never translated into liberal local governance akin to the aggressive progressivism of other large West Coast cities like San Francisco, Portland and Seattle. To po...
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