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Legislature Passes Historic Legislation Fundamentally Changing California Groundwater Law

Legislature Passes Historic Legislation Fundamentally Changing California Groundwater Law

California’s depleted groundwater basins will not go unmanaged any longer. That’s the directive of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (“Act”), ailment passed late Friday, August 29 by the California Legislature, which Governor Brown is expected to sign. For at-risk basins, the Act requires the designation of a “groundwater sustainability agency” and adoption of a “groundwater […]

Feds Encouraging Deported Illegal Aliens to Come Back to US

Feds Encouraging Deported Illegal Aliens to Come Back to US

Mexican president calls US ‘the other Mexico’; warns US govs to back immigration ‘reform’

Mexican president calls US ‘the other Mexico’; warns US govs to back immigration ‘reform’

On a two-day trip to California this week, order Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto insulted his host country at least twice, referring to the United States as “the other Mexico” and criticizing states that want to control immigration as not having “evolved” as much as California when it comes to letting illegal immigrants run roughshod […]

Obama reportedly plotting end-run around Congress on global climate change deal

Obama reportedly plotting end-run around Congress on global climate change deal

Editor’s Note:  What’s all the hub-bub about the Obama administration revising a prior treaty and calling it an alternative agreement?  It’s mainly because it would bypass the Constitutionally mandated action of having a 2/3 majority of the Senate, of 67 Senators, approve a treaty.  With the “deal” set to be signed in Paris next year, […]

300 Rally to Free Tahmooressi While Brown Dines with Mexican President

300 Rally to Free Tahmooressi While Brown Dines with Mexican President

by Adelle Nazarian SACRAMENTO, California — Roughly 300 demonstrators gathered outside the Leland Stanford Mansion Museum on Tuesday to protest against Mexico’s continued incarceration of U.S. Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, who is facing trial on gun charges. Inside the building, Gov. Jerry Brown was hosting Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto at a luncheon in his […]

Padilla’s Plastic Ban Ban Fails; May Face Re-Vote

Padilla’s Plastic Ban Ban Fails; May Face Re-Vote

by Jon Fleischman “Time is running out for our planet,” exclaimed Assemblymember Mariko Yamada (D-Davis) in the midst of a lengthy debate in the State Assembly over the proposed statewide ban on plastic grocery store bags, Senate Bill 270. The controversial legislation, authored by State Senator Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima), has been one of the highest […]

California Assembly may consider resolution–All Californians to give aid and comfort to immigrants

California Assembly may consider resolution–All Californians to give aid and comfort to immigrants

By Debra Tash Coachella Assemblyman, CA District 56, V. Manuel Pérez (D) has authored HR-51 which received its third reading today, August 25th, in the Assembly’s Judiciary Committee.  HR-51 states: Resolved by the Assembly of the State of California, That the Assembly declares that all Californians, as residents of the United States, have a civic […]

Solar plant requests to burn more natural gas–despite abundant sunshine

Solar plant requests to burn more natural gas–despite abundant sunshine

Authorities search for man infected with highly contagious drug-resistant tuberculosis

Authorities search for man infected with highly contagious drug-resistant tuberculosis

A convicted muderer may live in a town near you

A convicted muderer may live in a town near you

By Debra Tash Last year ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) released over 88,000 convicted immigrant criminals.  They were serving time for rape, kidding and 169 prisoners had been charged and found guilty of homicide.  Earlier in June, Iowa Senator, Chuck Grassley, demanded Homeland Security report the immigration status of these criminals.  Of the 88,000, 36,007 […]