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Higashidani Exits from California Correctional Health Care Services

Oct 20, 2014

In the role, Higashidani served as an adviser to California Prisons Receiver J. Clark Kelso on fiscal, procurement, contract and business services matters, according to CCHCS.

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Geraghty Joins Esri After California Health Data Portal Project

Oct 20, 2014

Geraghty, who was the project leader for the Health and Human Services Agency’s open data portal launched in August, has joined Esri to lead the company’s health and human services team.

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Will Leland Yee’s Last Voter Registration Bill Make a Difference?

Oct 20, 2014

A little-noticed bill enacted a year ago requires “each Internet website maintained by the state” to include a hyperlink on its homepage to the Secretary of State’s voter registration page.

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L.A. Wants to Ban Parking Space Sales Via Apps

Oct 20, 2014

In an 11-0 vote without comment, a council requested that the City Attorney’s office draft a measure similar to what other cities have done to ensure that parking spaces are not hoarded by companies and are fully available to the general public.

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L.A. Unified Says it Believes Supt. Deasy Acted Ethically on iPads

Oct 20, 2014

As part of its settlement this week with former schools Supt. John Deasy, the Los Angeles Board of Education declared that it did not believe Deasy had done anything wrong in connection with the project to provide students with iPads, even though the d...

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Supervisor Wants S.F. to Seize Openings to Lay Wi-Fi Cable

Oct 20, 2014

Supervisor David Chiu’s “Dig Once” proposal would require private and public agencies digging up streets for other work to allow the placement of city-owned conduits that can be used for fiber-optic cables.

California Stem Cell Report
California Stem Cells, College Football and Success

The $3 billion California stem cell agency this week will deal with the sort of odds that often figure in the financial fate of college football players.


The issue at hand involves education, helping young people and setting priorities. Should the Golden State’s stem cell effort train a few hundred college students at $65,000 a...

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More from TBD Fest: Kurt Vile and the Violators on a very sunny afternoon

Oct 18, 2014
More from TBD Fest: Kurt Vile and the Violators on a very sunny afternoon

Kurt Vile and the Violators, TBD Fest, Sacramento 2014On a surprisingly still-very-hot, and sunny, afternoon on a dry and dusty weekend, TBD Fest in West Sacramento, October 5th 2014. Kurt Vile and the Violators on stage, with a sound that is connected...

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Feinstein Challenges McCaskill with World Series Wager

Oct 17, 2014

Washington October 17, 2014 - Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today sent a letter to Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) proposing a friendly wager on the outcome of the 2014 World Series, which pits Feinstein’s beloved San Francisco Giants against McCaskill’s Kansas City Royals.

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Chevron Trying to Buy City Hall in California Refinery Town, Says Sen. Bernie Sanders

Oct 17, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 16, 2014 – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is stepping into a battle in Richmond, California, where the oil giant Chevron has sunk at least $3 million into a municipal election that pits anti-Chevron candidates for mayor and city council against candidates backed by the owner of a giant petroleum refinery...

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