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California giving needed relief on traffic fines, fees

Financially strapped motorists are catching a break through the state’s traffic citation amnesty law, which began in October and gives discounts of up to 80 percent on unpaid traffic tickets due before Jan. 1, 2013. In Los Angeles Superior Court,

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Obama sets agenda in SF speech

As part of President Obama’s high-tech trip to California, before donors in San Francisco he set an ambitious agenda for his remaining two years. It’s significant he did so in California because of its centrality to both his agenda and

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Why GOP can’t ‘count’ on immigration

Feb. 20, 2013 By John Seiler Tony Quinn gets things partly right when he writes in a Fox & Hounds article, “Are Republicans Finally Learning to Count?“: “But now some Republicans at last want to face that reality and make some

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Debate ignored issue crucial to California: immigration

Oct. 4, 2012 By John Seiler I agree with my colleague Katy Grimes’ assessment that Mitt Romney easily won last night’s debate. He easily command over President Valium. But the debate ignored an issue critical to California: immigration. Romney won

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