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 Opinions > Bogus innovation and false outrage > Uber, K.J. and the Kings unite—and a phony controversy persists in Oak Park.

Can companies be creepy, vindictive douchebags? Apparently they can when they are Uber. In the last couple of weeks, there has been a flood of... »Read

In this article: Kevin Johnson, Kevin McCarty, Jay Schenirer
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 Opinions > Grateful and appreciative > SN&R's annual Thanksgiving editorial.

SN&R’s writers and editors are thankful … that tens of thousands of Sacramentans now have health care because of the Affordable Care Act. that the... »Read

In this article: minimum wage, Jay Schenirer, Allen Warren, water
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 Opinions > Letters for November 27, 2014 >

Comments on the commentary Re “Peace for Israelis and Palestinians” (Guest comment, by Michael Leitner, Nov. 20): Chico State recreation professor Michael Leitner says that... »Read

In this article: Doug LaMalfa, Bob Mulholland, water
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 Yaroslavsky Retires After 40-Year Political Career

After 40 years on the Los Angeles City Council and then Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Zev Yaroslavsky is retiring. »Read

In this article: Sheila Kuehl, Gloria Molina, Zev Yaroslavsky
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 L.A. voters won't be offered cash prizes in March city election

A controversial proposal to offer cash prizes to Los Angeles voters is dead — at least for next year's city elections. »Read

In this article: Los Angeles Unified School District, Nury Martinez, Herb Wesson
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 New sergeants-at-arms chief started at California Senate in '70s

When Debbie Manning makes a request, California's most powerful politicians usually obey. »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Ben Hueso, Legislature, David A. Roberti, Darrell Steinberg, Diane Watson
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 Feasting, digesting and composting toward zero waste

While inedible food scraps are best managed by composting or anaerobically digesting, excess leftover edible food should feed people. Recology, San Francisco's recycling and compost collection company, kicked off the holiday giving season last week ... »Read

In this article: Jared Blumenfeld, greenhouse gas, renewable energy, water
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 Review: King Lear at UCSB's Campbell Hall

This UCSB residency by London troupe included two performances on November 20 and 21. »Read

In this article: Will Smith, John Stahl
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 Sriracha, a water bond and other things for which we're thankful

The nature of this page — of all editorial pages, really — is that much space is devoted to criticism, to identifying and illuminating the flaws of legislation or legislators, candidates or ideas. By way of respite, we like to devote our ... »Read

In this article: Leroy Baca, Jerry Brown, Eric Garcetti, Legislature, Antonio Villaraigosa, water, Leland Yee
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 Chula Vista City Council Race Separated By Two Votes

After all votes were counted, the two candidates were tied. Then the San Diego County Registrar of Voters began manually counting ballots and posted an update Wednesday afternoon. »Read

In this article: John McCann, Steve Padilla
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 Is Thanksgiving Becoming Black Thursday?

Would you rather spend Thanksgiving Day with the family or look for discounts at retailers? You?ll have more choices this year as more and more chains are opening on the holiday.  But others are striking back, staying closed and boasting that ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Joyce L. Kennard
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 Mayor hikes pay for 9 city managers; others asked to go without for 3 years

Nine Los Angeles city managers are getting raises of 3% or 5% from Mayor Eric Garcetti at the same time negotiators are trying to forestall salary increases for a wide range of other city workers. »Read

In this article: Eric Garcetti, SEIU
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 NEW: Is CA prepared for Ebola?

  The Ebola virus has yet to hit California, but it’s likely coming, according to state health officials. They say the state is prepared, but nurses on the health care front lines aren’t so sure. “Given the spread of Ebola in West Africa ... »Read

In this article: California Nurses Association, Zenei Cortez, Richard Pan, Dave Roberts, water
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 L.A. won't offer prizes to voters in next year's election

A controversial proposal to offer cash prizes to Los Angeles voters is dead – at least for next year’s city elections. »Read

In this article: Los Angeles Unified School District, Nury Martinez, Herb Wesson
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 Sacramento mayor to convene committee on minimum-wage issue

Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson plans to convene a working group next year to explore the possibility of raising Sacramento's minimum wage above the $9 an hour required under state law. Johnson declared his support last month for raising the federal ... »Read

In this article: Kevin Johnson, minimum wage, Jay Schenirer, Allen Warren
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 Jonathan Gruber to testify before House panel on Obamacare

The former Obamacare adviser will appear before Darrell Issa's committee before the end of the year »Read

In this article: Darrell Issa, Legislature, Nancy Pelosi
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 Law sought to ban sidewalk toll on Golden Gate Bridge

San Rafael Assemblyman Marc Levine is looking to put the kibosh on bicycle and pedestrian tolls on the Golden Gate Bridge through a bill he plans to introduce Monday. »Read

In this article: Legislature, Marc Levine, Phil Ting
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 Proposed California law would mandate double pay on Thanksgiving, Christmas

Every California worker would receive double pay on Thanksgiving and Christmas under legislation to be proposed by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez. The bill takes aim at big-box stores and restaurants that are expanding holiday hours but also would ... »Read

In this article: Lorena Gonzalez, Legislature, sick leave
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 Bay Area Assemblymen propose legislation to stop sidewalk toll on Golden Gate Bridge

San Rafael Assemblyman Marc Levine is looking to put the kibosh on bicycle and pedestrian tolls on the Golden Gate Bridge through a bill he plans to introduce Monday. »Read

In this article: Legislature, Marc Levine, Phil Ting
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 OCDA's Investigation Clears OC Fairgrounds Sale Efforts

The Orange County District Attorney’s office has again cleared insiders who tried to sell the Orange County Fairgrounds during the state of California’s fiscal crisis more than five years ago.  This is the second such report the ... »Read

In this article: Dick Ackerman, Jerry Brown, Arnold Schwarzenegger, state budget
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