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Isleton looks at dissolving as a city–which city is next

      Isleton looks at dissolving as a city By Sam Stanton, Sacramento Bee, 8/14/12 TO SEE COMPLETE STORY

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Robert Reich Wants to MANDATE Three Weeks of paid Vacation—and massive Jobs Loses

    Cal’s Robert Reich: Everyone deserves 3 weeks paid vacation a year http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/blog/2012/08/cals-robert-reich-everyone-deserves.html?ana=e_du_pub&s=article_du&ed=2012-08-13 San Francisco Busines...

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Censorship: Another Step on the Road to Despotism?

    Censorship: Another Step on the Road to Despotism? By Jon Coupal, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association,  8/14/12 In June,

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Great Idea From Michigan: Bill Would Require Parental Permission For Children To Be Taught By Ineffective Teachers

    Bill Would Require Parental Permission For Children To Be Taught By Ineffective Teachers By Tom Gantert, Michigan Capitol

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List of Foreign Countries Receiving BILLIONS in Obama Stimulus Funds: Taking American Jobs – Appalling!

    List of Foreign Countries Receiving BILLIONS in Obama Stimulus Funds: Taking American Jobs – Appalling! By Maggie,Maggies Notebook,

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Gov’t Failure to Allow New Sources of Energy Causes Brownouts Called “Flex Alert”

    California Flex Alert Issued for Tuesday Another heat wave has triggered a statewide Flex Alert that will be

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Major tuition break OKd by Assembly: Cost is $1 Billion and Lots of Jobs

    Major tuition break OKd by Assembly Marisa Lagos, SF Chron, 8/14/12 TO SEE COMPLETE STORY CLICK ON BLUE

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California Method of Death Penalty: Old Age

    ‘Onion Field’ killer Gregory Powell dies By Kevin Roderick, LA Observed,  8/13/12 The state Department of Corrections and

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Government Demands Housing go up for Some and Way Down for Others

    How to create jobs: End inclusionary housing laws By Wayne Lusvardi, Calwatchdog,  8/13/12 For decades, about 170 cities

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Unions circulating draft of workers’ compensation overhaul

Aug 14, 2012

Labor unions are making a late-blooming effort to raise long-frozen benefits for workers with job-related illnesses and injuries and promising employers enough administrative savings to pay for them. A 45-point

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