Playing dumb on why students are charged illegal fees 3

Nov. 1, 2012 Chris Reed: I think some of the best writing about California’s public schools appears on education-specific blogs and websites, not in newspapers. I’ve read EdSource regularly for a long time. But these sites also serve up lots

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Govt. gasbags silent on gas tax boon 13

Nov. 1, 2012 By Katy Grimes While nearly every politician in America publicly decries the high cost of gasoline and fuel costs, most are also strangely silent about the soaring gas tax revenues that states are currently enjoying. Californians always

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Prop 37: Right to know or right to sue? 6

Nov. 1, 2012 By Dave Roberts Proposition 37 has been touted as a simple measure that provides consumers with the right to know what is in the food they buy at grocery stores. It requires that all products containing ingredients

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Revolt stirs against ‘regulation without representation’ 6

Nov. 1, 2012 By Warren Duffy America’s forefathers rebelled in 1776 against “taxation without representation.” Who now is willing to step up and stop “regulation without representation”? On November 14, 2012, eight days after the election, the California Air Resources Board

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‘Will San Diego elect a gay libertarian or a snarling misanthrope as mayor?’ 5

Nov. 1, 2012 By Chris Reed That’s the headline I suggested for the a piece I did for the American Spectator on the election fight in my hometown. “SAN DIEGO — For four decades, California’s second-largest city has had a

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