Posts Tagged ‘waste’

Lost federal money

Saturday, March 15th, 2014
California skips unemployment money, wolverton, cagle, March 15, 2014


Groups sue city of Sacto over disqualified petitions

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

Sacramento Taxpayers Opposed to Pork, and Voters for a Fair Arena Deal filed a lawsuit Wednesday Jan. 28, against the city of Sacramento, to put the use of public subsidies for a new basketball arena to a public vote. STOP and Voters for a Fair Arena Deal said they filed the lawsuit against ...

Health Dept. shuts down 11-year old’s cupcake biz

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

If there was ever a stark reminder of our over-abundant government, the story of 11-year old Chloe Stirling who ran a mini cupcake business in Troy, Ill. has been shut down by callous bureaucrats. Chloe Stirling is a young entrepreneur, and embodies the American spirit. She  has been runn...

Sacto City Clerk rejects petition to put arena subsidy to a public vote

Saturday, January 25th, 2014

In another twist in Sacramento's arena derangement syndrome, a petition drive to put a public subsidy for the proposed Sacramento basketball arena project to a public vote, has been rejected by the Sacramento City Clerk. Friday, the city clerk announced that she rejected the petitions, along ...

Hearing reveals DTSC clogged with regulatory problems

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014
Hearing reveals DTSC clogged with regulatory problems

The new year brought the implementation of complex new state legislation passed in 2013 dealing with toxic waste in California. Businesses also must prepare for yet more legislation that was enacted in 2013, but will become effective in 2015. The state Department of Toxic Substances Control conve...

Arena lawsuit: Sacramento officials will be deposed

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

The judge's order in the Sacramento arena lawsuit is in: Sacramento City Councilman Kevin McCarty and Sacramento Economic Development Director Jim Rhinehart will be deposed about undisclosed dealings between city officials and the new Kings ownership group to help it buy the team. Last week...

Gov. Brown's budget largely ignores massive debt

Friday, January 10th, 2014

SACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown yesterday released his state budget proposal for fiscal year 2014-15, which begins on July 1, with spending sharply higher than last year, despite promises of fiscal restraint. The governor’s $155 billion total spending plan increases the general fund spending ...

How will Brown budget proposal address pensions, taxes, debt?

Monday, January 6th, 2014

California's budget battles will begin on Friday when Gov. Jerry Brown releases his proposal for fiscal year 2014-15, which begins on July 1. The media and political buzz in the Capitol building is that the state has a surplus -- and maybe voters even are ready for higher taxes. "We now fin...

Gerawan Farming files constitutional challenge against ALRB

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014

Gerawan Farming is fed up. On Dec. 16, Gerawan filed a constitutional challenge against the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board, with the United Farm Workers of America as a "Real Party of Interest." It was filed with the California Court of Appeal, Fifth District in Fresno, against ...

Can liberty in America be saved in 2014?

Wednesday, January 1st, 2014

What will Liberty look like in 2014? And no, it's not a car. Liberty is something we often hear about, but isn't exactly a topic of discussion at dinner parties. If we don't really know what liberty is, how will we know when it is taken away, or if it is being taken away? Unfortunately, it...