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Brown vows tighter groundwater regulations

Laboring to strengthen his aggressive anti-drought policies, Gov. Jerry Brown vowed that the historic groundwater management rules he pushed into law will be ratcheted up in coming years. In an interview on Meet the Press, Brown cautioned that he did not “rule

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Mega spy satellite launched from CA

If you live in Southern California, the rocket launches from Vandenberg Air Force Base north of Los Angeles can be breathtaking. Even if you live way down in Orange County. Also breathtaking is what was the payload of the latest

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Greenhouse gas research nets Google jet fuel deal

California-based Google is a company famously flush with cash. Last year, the internet giant earned $50 billion in annual revenue for the first time. From that revenue, the company took home nearly $11 billion in earnings. These earnings, and Google’s

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Science: Time to Freeze AB 32

JAN. 31, 2012 By CHRISS STREET California’s wildly expensive AB 32, Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, is supposed to prevent man-made global warming. AB 32 took effect Jan. 1 — just in time for it to suffer another devastating scientific

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