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Dan Walters Daily: Bullet train is next task for Legislature

Jun 18, 2012

Dan Walters ponders the Legislature's upcoming vote on high-speed rail funds. Have a question you'd like Dan to answer? Post it on our Facebook page. See other Dan Walters Daily

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AM Alert: Taking on California’s budget trailer bills

Jun 18, 2012

Thought Friday's budget votes signaled an end to this year's fiscal fight under the dome? Nope. While lawmakers approved a budget bill and six "trailer' measures Friday to meet their

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Public CEO
Massive L.A. County Court Layoffs Begin Friday

Jun 17, 2012

About a dozen court rooms are going to be closed and 56 impacted countywide after massive layoffs are announced to deal with crippling state budget cuts. Along with cancelled programs and administrative shifting, the cuts are being called the end

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Reaching out to the undocumented and uninsured

Jun 17, 2012

A nonprofit program in Riverside County reaches out to undocumented, uninsured and poor residents to connect them to health services for which they are eligible. Suzanne Potter has the story.

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California Stem Cell Report
California Stem Cell Report Going Dark for a Few Weeks

The California Stem Cell Report will be offline for the most part until about the middle of July. Its editor and publisher, David Jensen, is sailing off to the Perlas Islands south of Panama.

California Stem Cell Report
Parsing Geron’s Stem Cell Foray: A Nature Journal Commentary

Why did Geron "fail" in its much ballyhooed pursuit of the first-ever human embryonic stem cell therapy? Christopher Scott, senior research scholar at Stanford, and Brady Huggett, business editor of the journal Nature, took a crack at answering th...

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The California Stem Cell Agency and an HIV Cure: Pushing for a Clinical Trial in 2014

The California stem cell agency's leading efforts to find a cure for HIV – one tied to the famous "Berlin Patient" – received a plug today in a piece in the state capital's largest circulation newspaper, The Sacramento Bee. The article by Davi...

California Political News and Views
Editorial: CA Treasurer Lockyer Admits July 1, 2012 General Fund Budget Deficit Starts At $10 Billion—Forgets $43 Billion in Deficits.

    Editorial:  CA Treasurer Lockyer Admits July 1, 2012 General Fund Budget Deficit Starts At $10 Billion—Forgets $43 Billion

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CA Leftists Global Warming Institute Welcomes Back Openly Corrupt Leader

    “Fakegate” Climate Scientist Reinstated, Criminal Questions Unanswered Written by  William F. Jasper, New American, 6/16/12 On June 6,

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Grimes: CA On-time budget full of holes, games, gimmicks

    On-time budget full of holes, games, gimmicks By Katy Grimes, CalWatchdog, 6/16/12 SACRAMENTO — The Legislature met its



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