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Rocket Scientist, Fundraiser and Surgeon Take Over Citizens Journal

Rocket Scientist, Fundraiser and Surgeon Take Over Citizens Journal

News By Citizens Journal Staff May 17, 2021, Oxnard, CA Citizens Journal was founded eight years ago by a group of Ventura County concerned Citizens and has grown to 160,000 readers and over 37,000 published articles. They did this to help address what they believed to be deficiencies in existing news media available in the […]

19 States Urge Biden To Reinstate Keystone After Colonial Pipeline Hack Caused Mass Gas Shortages

19 States Urge Biden To Reinstate Keystone After Colonial Pipeline Hack Caused Mass Gas Shortages

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR A 19-state coalition urged President Joe Biden to reinstate the Keystone XL Pipeline and reverse his energy policies because of the recent gas shortages. “A temporary shutdown of one pipeline’s full-capacity operations shouldn’t bring half the country to the brink,” the states wrote to Biden on Monday. “We need more safe and clean […]

May Newsletter and Certification Classes with Installment payment Options

May Newsletter and Certification Classes with Installment payment Options

ASCM Ventura Chapter fka APICS Ventura Chapter   Newsletter Start your path to Certification. Use the finance option and save your spot today! We know these are though times, but also opportunity times, that’s why we are offering installment payments for All Certification Classes during these times. Save your seat today and distribute the cost between 4 […]

California real estate agents say wealthy homeowners leaving for Arizona, Texas, other tax havens

California real estate agents say wealthy homeowners leaving for Arizona, Texas, other tax havens

By Cole Lauterbach  | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – California’s wealthiest residents sought to purchase luxury homes in other states during the COVID-19 pandemic, if not leave the state entirely. A report from realty company Coldwell Banker suggests many of their California-based home sellers saw their wealthy clients selling and heading for more tax friendly climates that […]

Vaccine mandate comes with liabilities for employers

Vaccine mandate comes with liabilities for employers

By Bob Unruh  WND News Center ‘If you require your employees to be vaccinated any adverse reaction is work-related’ The COVID-19 mask mandate, mostly, has been taken off the backs of Americans just this week, and Joe Biden’s White House credits the vaccines, which were developed under President Trump’s Operation Warp Speed program, for raising the general […]

California ranked 2nd worst on taxpayers’ return on investment

California ranked 2nd worst on taxpayers’ return on investment

The Center Square  California finished 49th in a new study by the WalletHub website on whether residents of the 50 states are getting the most bang for the buck for their tax dollars. The analysis, which noted that the taxpayer return on investment (ROI) is not uniform across the country, assigned each state a rank for total […]

Workforce Development Board of Ventura County To Host Virtual Resource Fair May 19

Workforce Development Board of Ventura County To Host Virtual Resource Fair May 19

Workforce Development Board of Ventura County Ventura, Calif.—The Workforce Development Board (WDB) of Ventura County will host a Virtual Resource Fair on Wednesday, May 19, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Participants will learn about local organizations offering workforce training and educational opportunities to enable job seekers to secure well-paying employment. “We’ll have representatives from […]

Fears of Price Instability Pull Down Consumer Sentiment in Early May

Fears of Price Instability Pull Down Consumer Sentiment in Early May

Robert Hughes   The preliminary results from the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers show overall consumer sentiment fell in early May and remains well below pre-lockdown levels. Fears over rising prices were the primary cause. Overall consumer sentiment decreased to 82.8 in early May, down from 88.3 in April, a 6.2 percent decline (see […]

Trader Joe’s Announces Customers No Longer Have to Wear Masks

Trader Joe’s Announces Customers No Longer Have to Wear Masks

By Cassandra Fairbanks Grocery giant Trader Joe’s will no longer require customers to wear masks while shopping at their stores. Staff will still be required to wear masks at this time, however. Read the rest of the story on The Gateway Pundit Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

The California Real Estate Market Provides the 2nd Least “Bang-for-the-Buck”

The California Real Estate Market Provides the 2nd Least “Bang-for-the-Buck”

The classic saying in real estate is “Location, Location, Location.” Everyone who buys a home knows that where homes are located—by market, by neighborhood, and even by block—can cause wide variation in what they will list and ultimately sell for. Changes in the real estate market during the COVID-19 pandemic have shifted some of the […]

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