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Eber: Regrettably, I Miss Bill Clinton

Eber: Regrettably, I Miss Bill Clinton

.   By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   If I were advertising in the personal section of the local newspaper for an individual to become President of the United States my message would be: Self starter with thin skin desired for candidate to be CEO of the United States. Man or Women OK. […]

Jeff Sessions urges Jerry Brown not to sign ‘sanctuary’ law in California

Jeff Sessions urges Jerry Brown not to sign ‘sanctuary’ law in California

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday singled out California Governor Jerry Brown and urged him not to sign into law a bill that would further restrict local law enforcement cooperation with federal immigration authorities. The legislation was approved by lawmakers over the weekend after the governor helped draft a series of amendments. Mr. Sessions called […]

Donald Trump endorses new immigration bill to cut green card limits, favor English speakers

Donald Trump endorses new immigration bill to cut green card limits, favor English speakers

President Trump threw his support Wednesday behind a Senate bill that would cut legal immigration in half and implement a new merit-based system that emphasis English-speaking immigrants who can demonstrate job skills. Meeting at the White House with GOP Sens. David Perdue of Georgia and Tom Cotton of Arkansas, the bill’s sponsors, the president said […]

CA Senate approves “sanctuary state” bill

CA Senate approves “sanctuary state” bill

The California Senate today approved the so-called “sanctuary state” SB 54, which now goes to the Assembly. This would be a statewide order not to cooperate with federal law enforcement on turning over criminal illegal aliens to them on all but a few most serious crimes and not even all of those. Per Sacramento Bee: […]

Republicans Unveil Obamacare Repeal Bill

Republicans Unveil Obamacare Repeal Bill

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady and House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden released legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare Monday, which would effectively abolish the penalties linked to the individual and employer mandate and repeals Medicaid expansion by 2020. The bill’s architects said it’s designed to give the powers back […]

California Bill Looks To Make Election Day A Paid Holiday

California Bill Looks To Make Election Day A Paid Holiday

Lawmakers in California have introduced a bill into the State Assembly aimed at increasing voter turnout by making Election Day a paid holiday, according to local reports Friday. Private businesses would not be required to halt operations, but the bill’s sponsor, state Rep. Evan Low, said he hoped that employers give their workers the day […]

California water-bill fight is percolating again on Capitol Hill

California water-bill fight is percolating again on Capitol Hill

WASHINGTON — California water will retake the Capitol Hill stage in coming days, with compromise nowhere in sight. Deep into a largely arid legislative season, lawmakers will again reflect on the state’s drought as early as Monday and wrangle over efforts to address it. A hearing and one or two votes in the House of […]

Exclusive: House GOP Leaders Trick 216 House Republicans into Accidentally Supporting Obama’s Executive Amnesty

Exclusive: House GOP Leaders Trick 216 House Republicans into Accidentally Supporting Obama’s Executive Amnesty

Stop Fracking in California

Stop Fracking in California

      By Naomi Fisher Awhile back it was announced on TV News that a bill is being introduced to stop fracking in California. The announcer said: “It is a fact that fracking causes earthquakes. It is a fact that fracking uses enough water to supply a city for a year.” (The size of […]

House tries to rein in EPA, to dismay of conservationists

House tries to rein in EPA, to dismay of conservationists

An EPA effort to protect wetlands and small streams upriver from its established haunts on “navigable waters” is winning praise from outdoors groups as a way to ensure water quality, but U.S. House Republicans, including Alaska Rep. Don Young, say it’s “federal overreach.” To emphasize the point, the House titled a bill to hold back […]

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