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State employee visited 48,000 webpages for online games, videos

As reported by the San Diego Union-Tribune: A library employee at California State University Fresno may have cost taxpayers $22,200 in time he wasted using his work computer to visit 48,000 webpages

Senate bill would eliminate income tax for California teachers

As reported by the Santa Clarita Valley Signal: In light of the increasing teacher shortage in California, Senators Henry Stern and Cathleen Galgiani announced the Teacher Recruitment and Retention

CA’s Retired Public Workers Earn More Than Private-Sector Workers Still on the Job

As reported by KFI radio: California’s retired government workers earn 26% more in retirement than private-sector workers earn while still on the job. That’s the finding of an in-depth analysis

Gavin Newsom to pitch universal health care as California governor’s race grows crowded

As reported by the Sacramento Bee: Democratic Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom is drafting a health care plan for California that he plans to unveil as a core component of his gubernatorial run, based in part on

Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens asks Trump administration to help her hold undocumented immigrants

As reported by the Orange County Register: With most California governments and police agencies resisting President Donald Trump’s push to increase immigration enforcement and deportations, Orange

California Environmentalists Now Want to Ban Plastic Straws

As reported by the Orange County Register: Plastic shopping bags are so 2016. The new trendy target for those who want to reduce the stream of plastic flowing into our oceans, beaches and parks, is

California may test all young kids for lead exposure

Three months after a Reuters study of national lead exposure data showed eight communities in California faced worse contamination than Flint, Michigan – the poster city for U.S. lead risks

Google Maps already tracks you; now other people can, too

As reported by the San Francisco Chronicle: Google Maps users will soon be able to broadcast their movements to friends and family — the latest test of how much privacy people are willing to sacrifice

Janet Nguyen’s removal from state Senate floor stirs free speech debate

As reported by the Los Angeles Times: Phat Bui seethed with anger when his hometown senator was removed last month from the state Senate floor. State Sen. Janet Nguyen (R-Garden Grove) was pulled out

California Could Free 9,500 Inmates in 4 Years

As reported by ABC7: Corrections officials announced new criminal sentencing rules on Friday that aim to trim California’s prison population by 9,500 inmates after four years. They include steps like

Democrats Bill To Ban “Fake News” Would Be Disastrous for Political Speech

Memo to California Assemblymember Ed Chau: you can’t fight fake news with a bad law. On Tuesday, the California Assembly’s Committee on Privacy and Consumer Affairs, which Chau chairs, will consider

NFL Owners Approve Oakland Raiders’ Move To Las Vegas

As reported by KPBS: Any hopes that the Raiders would turn their eyes to San Diego in wake of the Chargers’ departure all but evaporated Monday when National Football League owners conditionally

Will Democrats EVER Stop Raising Taxes?

Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic legislative leaders announced a $5.2 billion road-funding package Wednesday that would raise gas taxes and user fees on motorists, setting off a major political

U.S. Attorney General, Sec. of Homeland Security, admonish CA Supreme Court Chief in Letter

In a a strong, joint letter to State Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, U.S. Attorney General Sessions and Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly strongly admonish her for a

Feinstein Opposed by 62% of Californians, Considered Too Old for Senate

In a new poll of Californians by U.C. Berkeley, an overwhelming majority of 62% oppose U.S. Senator Diane Feinstein running for re-election to the Senate next year, feeling it would be a bad thing for

Trump Supreme Court Appointee Gorsuch Confirmed By Senate!

President Trump’s nominee Judge Neil M. Gorsuch was confirmed Friday by the U.S. Senate for a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court, filling a 14-month vacancy after a dramatic Senate showdown

Trump border walls to be built in Otay Mesa

From The San Diego Union-Tribune: President Donald Trump’s proposed wall with Mexico will kick off in the San Diego border community of Otay Mesa, U.S. Customs and Border Protection confirmed Monday.

Assembly Democrat stripped of committee chairmanship after voting against gas tax increase

As reported by the Sacramento Bee: Nearly two weeks after breaking with fellow Democrats to vote against a bill raising California fuel taxes, Assemblyman Rudy Salas of Bakersfield has lost the

How the Trump administration can stop the bullet train

From the San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Board The only kind of news the troubled $64 billion California bullet train project seems to generate is bad news. In January, a Federal Railroad

California further delays lethal injection regulations

As reported by the Associated Press: California corrections officials are delaying their new lethal injection regulations by four months, officials announced Monday, pushing back this week’s deadline