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Sacto water deputies patrolling for water wasters

Sacramento water police are on patrol. If the rule of law isn’t enough to control Sacramento’s citizens, government officials have turned to deputizing neighbors for help making sure everyone complies with environmental restrictions. For nearly four years, the City of Sacramento

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Legislature takes up dueling water bonds

There’s no drought of water bonds in the California Legislature to deal with the record drought the state is suffering. The Republican minority in the Legislature even is pitching in. Assemblyman Dan Logue, R-Marysville, is pushing Assembly Bill 1445, a

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AB 817 would allow non-citizens to work at polls

July 15, 2013 By Katy Grimes Poll watchers in America are currently people who are also legally registered to vote. But a new bill would change that in California. If Assembly Bill 817 is passed, non-citizens, also known as legal resident aliens,

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Can Business Recovery Be Legislated?

Katy Grimes: It’s so exciting that fast food giant Carl’s Jr. plans on opening 300 new fast food restaurants! Wow. That’s such good news for the economy. Unfortunately for California, the restaurants will be opening in Texas. Carl’s Jr. CEO Andy Pudzner

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