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China beats Mexico on CA immigration

China beats Mexico on CA immigration

By James Poulos . While Mexico continued to drive the debate about immigration policy in the U.S., California experienced a significant demographic shift that could carry a political impact: more immigrants now flow into the Golden State from China than from south of the border. “About 33,000 immigrants moved to California from China last year, roughly triple the […]

Investigation finds sex, fraud and retaliation at Census office

Investigation finds sex, fraud and retaliation at Census office

Employees in the Census Bureau’s hiring office bilked the government out of $1.1 million in pay they never earned, broke government rules by hiring friends and tried to intimidate whistleblowers who ratted them out, according to a new inspector general’s report Thursday that said supervisors even “led” the misconduct. The worst of the employees overcharged […]

Are millennials being priced out of California?

Are millennials being priced out of California?

By John Hrabe / Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com / Are millennials being priced out of California? A recent report by the U.S. Census Bureau analyzing statistics from the latest American Community Survey showed the Millennial Generation is struggling to find full-time employment, obtain affordable housing and reach financial independence. The problems are particularly bad here […]