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CA Congressmen want federal pot probe

CA Congressmen want federal pot probe

Obama blasts ‘lazy’ critics of carbon rules

Obama blasts ‘lazy’ critics of carbon rules

President Obama on Monday strongly defended his plan to limit carbon emissions from power plants and said critics of the proposal are “lazy” and unwilling to do what’s necessary to save the planet. During a White House speech promoting the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, Mr. Obama said opponents of the regulations – which […]

CA drought spawns regulatory struggles

CA drought spawns regulatory struggles

California Department of Water Resources: Important Webinar

California Department of Water Resources: Important Webinar

Supreme Court strikes down Obama power-plant regulations

Supreme Court strikes down Obama power-plant regulations

The Supreme Court on Monday dealt a serious blow to President Obama’s climate-change agenda, striking down key environmental regulations limiting pollution from power plants. Justice Anthony Kennedy sided with the conservative side of the court in the 5-4 decision, with the majority ruling that the Obama administration should have factored into its rulemaking process the […]

EPA has released their regulatory nuclear bomb—The Clean Water Rule

EPA has released their regulatory nuclear bomb—The Clean Water Rule

By Debra Tash When the Clean Water Act passed in 1972 did Congress intend to give a federal agency carte blanche regulatory power?   Keep in mind that kind of regulatory power is in effect law making.  No other federal body has the constitutional authority to make law except Congress.  However that is exactly what […]

Pan Fascism: Mussolini was a Piker

Pan Fascism: Mussolini was a Piker

By Thomas L. Knapp California’s Senate unanimously approved a bill proffered by Sacramento Democrat Richard Pan on May 18. The bill “would allow so-called beer bikes to operate on streets, but leaves cities to decide if alcohol is allowed on board.” Why are “beer bikes” so important to Senator Pan? If you guessed “because he […]

New Regulations Could Make Internet More Expensive

New Regulations Could Make Internet More Expensive

By Peter Fricke Stricter regulations approved by the Federal Communications Commission could mean higher Internet bills for consumers, ask federal officials warn. When the FCC passed its Open Internet order in February, sildenafil the agency “put broadband in the same regulatory category as phone service, health opening the door for the charges,” which consumers already […]

The 2014 Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA)

The 2014 Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA)

By Sheryl Hamlin Hosted by the Board of the United Water Conservation District and held in the library of Fillmore, ailment California, order the three hour workshop summarized the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), doctor which was signed into law by Governor Brown in September of 2014.  Pronounced “sigma”, the SGMA will change water management […]

10 Important Facts About the FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

10 Important Facts About the FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

By Alice Salles February 27, 2015—Things have drastically changed for the Internet after the Federal Communications Commission passed the new rules cheered by President Obama. But how will these changes impact you? Obama promises the new rules will “even out” the playing field. Opponents warn about new taxes. But who’s right and how do we get […]