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POLITICALLY INCORRECT ZONE: Down with water storage Up with useless train–Oh Yeah!

POLITICALLY INCORRECT ZONE: Down with water storage Up with useless train–Oh Yeah!

By Kevin Harris Earlier this week, seek California Assembly Democrats voted down three Bills.  They would have boosted and streamlined water storage, thumb in an effort to protect the unpopular high speed rail project and to keep burdensome, link lengthy environmental impact report requirements over new water projects in place. AB 397 and AB 956, […]

CA SB277 on vaccines moves toward disastrous passage

CA SB277 on vaccines moves toward disastrous passage

  By Jon Rappoport California Senate Bill 277 has passed through the Judiciary Committee, and needs another Committee’s rubber stamp before it arrives on the Senate floor for debate—and what looks like a ride into law. Governor Brown will sign the Bill. Brown has become a standard fool. He’s worn out. Whatever interesting ideas he […]

CA vaccine bill placed in intensive care

CA vaccine bill placed in intensive care

By James Poulos  , cialis Faced with an unexpected new source of opposition, California lawmakers trying to tighten up vaccine exemptions have been thrown back on the defensive. “In requiring vaccinations as a prerequisite for enrolling children in school, detractors said, the bill would legalize institutional discrimination,” the Sacramento Bee reported. According to the Associated Press, […]

CalChamber plans another successful year of defeating “job killer” bills

CalChamber plans another successful year of defeating “job killer” bills

By John Hrabe Sacramento’s been taking care of business. Last week, viagra 40mg the California Chamber of Commerce, known simply as CalChamber, announced a preliminary draft of its “job killer” bills, an annual list of proposed legislation that will hurt the state’s business community and economic competitiveness. Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com This year’s […]

Dems propose immigrant protections

Dems propose immigrant protections

California lawmaker say they’re acting because Congress won’t By Gary Warth SACRAMENTO — Democratic state lawmakers on Tuesday announced a package of bills aimed at expanding protections and providing health care for unauthorized immigrants in what supporters said could set a national example. “Today we remind the rest of the nation that California is different,” […]

Doctors join push for CA assisted suicide

Doctors join push for CA assisted suicide

By James Poulos . In a medical community sharply divided on the issue of assisted suicide, momentum has shifted to the side that embraces the idea — with California at the forefront of the change. Two Golden State doctors with life-threatening illnesses have recently become plaintiffs in a lawsuit aimed at shielding physicians from legal liability “if they prescribe […]

Brown’s drought battle heats up Sacramento

Brown’s drought battle heats up Sacramento

by James Poulos  

Study: CA ranks last in spending transparency

Study: CA ranks last in spending transparency

By Steve Miller  

Anti-Taxpayer Forces Hit New Low in Special Election

Anti-Taxpayer Forces Hit New Low in Special Election

By Jon Coupal Last November’s election saw some of the most craven political tactics ever seen in California. Fearful that they would lose the two thirds supermajority in both houses, drug many anti-taxpayer candidates – usually Democrats – attempted to portray themselves as friendly to taxpayers and in favor of Proposition 13 when, in fact, […]

Lawmakers seek soda warning labels

Lawmakers seek soda warning labels

by John Hrabe . A group of state lawmakers wants to single out “The Coke Side of Life” for a mandatory warning label that could send the Pepsi Generation to unhealthy beverages. State Senator Bill Monning, shop D-Carmel, and seven of his Democratic colleagues have proposed the Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Safety Warning Act, which would prevent sodas from being sold […]

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