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Congress conflicts on CA drought

Despite substantial labors on both sides of the aisle, legislators in the House and the Senate alike have failed to agree on a drought relief package for California, deepening a dispute over where water should flow that seems to have

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Gitsham among possible CA GOP Congressional ‘Young Guns’

Campaign funding from the national level could flow to California Republicans hoping to land a seat in Congress on election day. “Four Republican candidates running for open or Democratic-held House seats in California are ‘on the radar’ for spots in the

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Brown’s Delta tunnel project draws strong opposition

To his cherished high-speed rail project, Gov. Jerry Brown can now add his ambitious Delta tunnel project to the list of big plans arousing strong opposition. Especially in the Delta region itself, public opinion has turned sharply against the scheme, which

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10 California U.S. House races ranked ‘most competitive’ in country

July 18, 2012 By John Hrabe National Journal’s The Hotline released its first list of the most competitive U.S. House of Representatives races for the 2012 cycle. These are the 75 seats that National Journal considers “most likely to change hands in November.” Interesting

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CA Dems Push Sham River ‘Consensus’

FEB. 29, 2012 By WAYNE LUSVARDI The waters are being roiled again in the Delta. The roiling concerns H.R. 1837, the Republican-backed San Joaquin River Reliability Act currently pending before the U.S. House of Representatives. Northern California Rep. John Garamendi,

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