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Funding and subsidies worry potential partners in California's bullet train project

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Insurance Commissioner: More To Lose Fire Coverage

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 What is a Wrongful Death Claim?

Wrongful Death Claim A wrongful death claim is a suit, brought by the remaining relatives and/or loved ones of someone who was killed as an outcome of somebody else’s thoughtless (negligent) conduct or an intentional action. This suit is ... »Read
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 What to do after a car accident

Stay On the Scene Never leave at the accident scene until it is proper to achieve that. Should you leave, especially where someone has sustained injuries or was killed, you can face serious criminal penalties for being a hit and run motorist. Assess ... »Read
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 Restive Democrats cautioned on budget surplus

A new report by the Legislative Analyst’s Office prepared the ground for fresh political combat in Sacramento over what to do with California’s budgetary surplus. Although “much of the predicted surpluses” could be skimmed ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, Michael Cohen, George Skelton, state budget, Thomas F. Steyer, Bill Whalen
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 CA utilities commission plays dangerous game with power grid security

The latest tit-for-tat between lawmakers and the California Public Utilities Commission has brought back bad memories of an in-state — and unsolved — national security threat. The tiff began when the CPUC “hired outside lawyers as ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Hill, Legislature, Henry A. Waxman
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 Nuclear crossroad: California reactors face uncertain future

Six years ago, the company that owns California's last operating nuclear power plant announced it would seek an extended lifespan for its aging reactors. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. envisioned Diablo Canyon as a linchpin in the state's green energy ... »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, greenhouse gas, renewable energy, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terry Tamminen, water
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 What happened to California regulators' vows to make steam injections safer?

On the morning of the day he died, David Taylor and his crew were looking for a 'chimney' — a fissure in the earth where steam and oil periodically spurted into the air in an oil field west of Bakersfield. Taylor, a construction supervisor for ... »Read

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 New Surveillance Video Shows Moments Leading Up to Shooting of Tulane Med Student

The new video gives a clearer picture of what happened before the shooting. »Read

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 Essential California: Mosquitoes take a bite out of malaria

Good morning. It's Nov. 28, 2015, and here's what's going on in California. Subscribe to the newsletter TOP STORIES Officials in Poland have rejected an effort by L.A. prosecutors to send fugitive director Roman Polanski back to California to face ... »Read

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 Jack Ohman: Mr. Newsom Goes to Fresno...

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: Mr. Newsom Goes to Fresno... … Click to Continue » »Read

In this article: Jerry Brown, California prisons, Drought, Field Poll, Legislature, Gavin Newsom, Dan Walters, water
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 How the makers of 'The Spymasters' got former CIA directors to open up

In the opening act of the documentary 'The Spymasters: CIA in the Crosshairs,' former Director Leon Panetta admits to authorizing a 2010 drone strike that killed an Al Qaeda member implicated in the deaths of seven CIA operatives. 'Those decisions ... »Read

In this article: Gina Bennett, Leon Panetta
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 Metro, responding to critics, puts $104-million Northridge track build on hold

A $104-million proposal to add a second track to a key railroad line through Northridge has been stalled since summer because of opposition from nearby residents who fear the new rails will pass dangerously close to homes. Reacting to concerns from ... »Read

In this article: Sheila Kuehl, Brad Sherman, Scott Wilk
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 Hospital systems plan merger as nurses labor groups call for AG review

As the partnership between St. Joseph Health and Providence Health & Services took a step forward this week, the California Nurses Association and National Nurses United called for a complete review of the proposal by state Attorney General Kamala ... »Read

In this article: California Nurses Association, Zenei Cortez, Kamala Harris
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