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Wired is "tired"on Cali mass transit 0

Wired magazine runs a “wired/tired” feature, in which they judge new technologies as being “wired” — up-to-date, hip, cool, etc. — or “tired” — old and burned out. A year ago they ran one, “White House Tech More Tired Than

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Frank Luntz and Willie Brown debate or entertain? 0

In the Red Corner was Frank Luntz, political pollster and consultant. And In the Blue Corner, Willie Brown, former Speaker of the California Assembly and Mayor of San Francisco… so said Eric Hogue, moderator for the “No Holds Barred” debate

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Drill here, drill now 4

Feb. 3, 2010 Drilling for oil off of California’s legendary coastline is a topic that polarizes the critics of offshore drilling, and the proponents. In Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s final budget he has proposed offshore oil drilling in Santa Barbara County

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Little Hoover, big report 0

Here’s a riddle: When is a well-written, thoroughly researched, eminently rational analysis of the state’s aging, hideously expensive infrastructure completely meaningless? Answer: when it’s about California. I’m speaking of the Little Hoover Commission’s latest report. Read it for yourself. It’s

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AB 32 Poll To Be Released Today 0

Later today a poll will be released demonstrating that a large majority of Californians want AB 32 suspended. The consequences of AB 32 have been vociferously addressed by Assembly Member Dan Logue, R, Marysville. Logue has been a staunch advocate

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Water bills threaten California prosperity 3

By WAYNE LUSVARDI Will Southern California sell its maximum annual entitlement of 2 million acre feet of water from the State Water Project for a bundle of small water projects of uncertain yield, plus $2 billion of political pork barrel

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