State Prolongs Victims' Nightmare 0

OCT. 1, 2010 By ANTHONY PIGNATARO The state of California is apparently so dysfunctional that it can’t even kill a convicted rapist and murderer. After 28 years on San Quentin State Prison’s death row, Albert Greenwood Brown was supposed to

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Blowing Smoke Against Prop. 19 0

SEPT. 30, 2010 By JOHN SEILER Maybe the most controversial, certainly the most aromatic proposition on the November 2 ballot is Proposition 19, which would decriminalize marijuana. Not just for medical uses, but for use by any adult. Local governments

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Story Of A Business Closure 0

SEPT. 30, 2010 My husband recently closed his manufacturing business. Only a few years ago, the company had 250 employees and two sizable commercial printing plants, sales were on the upswing and he was planning on making more equipment purchases.

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Illegal employees are legal ambiguity 0

Katy Grimes: As a former employer, I hired illegal immigrants – not deliberately, or knowingly, but because fraudulent identification was used. The law is ambiguous and confusing, and different lawyers give different legal advise. Gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman has found

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