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Tonight, 5-23-18 Sanctuary State is on the Camarillo City Council Agenda | Where do YOU stand?

Tonight, 5-23-18 Sanctuary State is on the Camarillo City Council Agenda | Where do YOU stand?

    By Deborah Baber Savalla SB 54 is not an immigration issue, SB 54 serves only to protect the illegal criminal aliens. It recycles them back into the community.  If, like me, you believe politicians in Sacramento who voted FOR SB-54 essentially voted AGAINST our Constitution, the ultimate law in our land, then join […]

California Attorney General Appeals To Keep Assisted Suicide Legal

California Attorney General Appeals To Keep Assisted Suicide Legal

  GRACE CARR, Reporter California’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra appealed a judge’s ruling on assisted suicide in an effort to make physician-assisted suicide legal once more in The Golden State. The AG’s appeal comes after Judge Daniel Ottolia ruled May 15 that California’s lawmakers had not passed the measure properly, thus overturning a Californian’s right […]

Lieutenant Governor’s Race in California Draws Big Bucks

Lieutenant Governor’s Race in California Draws Big Bucks

By Adelle Nazarian The race for lieutenant governor in California — a position that incumbent Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom once famously said should be eradicated if it wasn’t made more effective — has already seen a combined total of $10 million raised by all seven of the primary candidates who are vying for the post, according […]

Want to buy a home in California? Here’s how much you need to earn — by county

Want to buy a home in California? Here’s how much you need to earn — by county

BY DON SWEENEY dsweeney@sacbee.com You’ll need to earn at least $333,270 a year to qualify to buy a median-priced home in San Francisco — but not all of California is that costly: An income of $35,400 is enough in Lassen County. A California Association of Realtors housing report on the first quarter of 2018 lists median home prices, […]

High Taxes Killing California Recreational Marijuana Tax Collection

High Taxes Killing California Recreational Marijuana Tax Collection

By Chriss Street California expected state and local tax bonanza from legalizing recreational marijuana sales is drastically under-performing forecast due to a high tax burden. The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration reported that collection for the state’s first three months of legal sales that began on January 1, only produced $32 million of […]

Federal Judge Smacks Down California City’s Plan To Block Coal Exports

Federal Judge Smacks Down California City’s Plan To Block Coal Exports

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter A federal judge struck down a ban Oakland placed on energy companies’ attempts to use the city’s ports to transport coal to overseas markets. The 2014 ban violates a development agreement, U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria said Tuesday in a court ruling activists called unfortunate. The dispute hinged on whether an agreement between […]

Judge Overturns California Law Legalizing Assisted Suicide

Judge Overturns California Law Legalizing Assisted Suicide

A California judge has overturned the state’s law legalizing assisted suicide, ruling it unconstitutional. The judge indicated the legislature improperly passed the state law during a special session that was supposed to be specifically devoted to Medicare funding. The judge ruled that the state legislature should not have approved the assisted-suicide law during that special […]

California Family Council holds May 15 Sacramento rally opposing AB 2943

California Family Council holds May 15 Sacramento rally opposing AB 2943

By Michael Hernandez SACRAMENTO—The California Family Council is organizing a short rally on the North Steps of the Capitol Tuesday, May 15th from 1-1:30 p.m. with guest speakers.   Rally participants will then visit Senate offices from 1:30-4 p.m. to express opposition to AB 2943—a bill that outlaws resources, conferences, or paid counseling for anyone with […]

Exclusive: Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, Who Tipped Off Illegal Aliens to ICE Sweep, Faces Lawsuit

Exclusive: Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, Who Tipped Off Illegal Aliens to ICE Sweep, Faces Lawsuit

by IAN MASON The Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) will file a lawsuit Monday seeking to force Oakland, California, to produce documents related to its mayor Libby Schaaf’s decision to tip off illegal aliens to a major enforcement action in February, IRLI Executive Director Dale Wilcox revealed for the first time on Sirius XM’s Breitbart News Sunday. […]

LA’s Gigantic Homeless Problem Could Derail Anti-Trump Mayor’s White House Bid

LA’s Gigantic Homeless Problem Could Derail Anti-Trump Mayor’s White House Bid

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter Los Angeles’s chronically high homeless rate is threatening to torpedoe the political career of Mayor Eric Garcetti as the virulently anti-Trump Democrat mulls a possible White House bid in 2020. Mayor Eric Garcetti is scratching and clawing for solutions to LA’s unsheltered homeless problem as the Democrat continues mulling a […]