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Will CA groundwater regulation bring shortages?
  One area of California that largely has remained free of regulation is groundwater. Although state courts "adjudicate" groundwater rights and disputes, this longstanding system largely respects the private ownership of the water. Even the federal government mostly works within this state ...
Minimum wage activists set sights on L.A.
The concerted push for higher minimum wages in California has spread from the East Bay to Los Angeles. On the heels of a recently approved $15 minimum wage in Seattle, advocates for dramatically increased hourly wages sensed an opportunity to select a fresh target. That's where L.A. comes in. Or...
Cartoon: CA death penalty
Pension bigger than salary?
Most people understand that your pension will be less than your salary. You don't have to commute any more, so your car expenses are down. You can downsize your house because your kids moved out -- or at least that used to be the case before high housing costs and bad job prospects kept kids around....
In Silicon Valley, liberal pols look to drive up cost of housing
The emergence of Silicon Valley as one of the wealthiest places in the world has led to plenty of media coverage that points out how it has become a poster child for income inequality. This is from a March Associated Press story: SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Silicon Valley is entering a fifth year of unfett...
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