2009-2010 2nd extraordinary session

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Status:
Introduced Feb. 5, 2009
Pending Referral  
Location:
Assembly Desk
Scheduled hearings:
None
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Location: Assembly Desk AssemblyDesk
Feb. 6, 2009
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Feb. 5, 2009
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 Version: Introduced
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Southern California was shut out of freight, road grants and local members of Congress are furious
Inland Daily Bulletin, July 15, 2016
Local lawmakers on Friday demanded to know why Southern California was shut out of the inaugural round of federal transportation grants aimed at improving freight movement to and from ports, highways and rail. A letter sent Friday to Anthony Foxx, secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation, led by Rep. Janice Hahn, D-San Pedro, and signed by 15 other local Democrats, contends the snub by ...

Southern California was shut out of freight, road grants and local members of Congress are furious
L.A. Daily News, July 15, 2016
Local lawmakers on Friday demanded to know why Southern California was shut out of the inaugural round of federal transportation grants aimed at improving freight movement to and from ports, highways and rail. A letter sent Friday to Anthony Foxx, secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation, led by Rep. Janice Hahn, D-San Pedro, and signed by 15 other local Democrats, contends the snub by ...

Southern California was shut out of freight, road grants and local members of Congress are furious
L.A. Daily News, July 15, 2016
Local lawmakers on Friday demanded to know why Southern California was shut out of the inaugural round of federal transportation grants aimed at improving freight movement to and from ports, highways and rail. A letter sent Friday to Anthony Foxx, secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation, led by Rep. Janice Hahn, D-San Pedro, and signed by 15 other local Democrats, contends the snub by ...

It's not just a sign: 4 reasons why "Bikes May Use Full Lane"
Orange County Register - Editorial, July 8, 2016
People who bicycle, like drivers in cars, are traffic. Traffic regulations treat people on bicycles as vehicles with the same responsibilities. While the Bike May Use Full Lane (MUFL) sign is lauded over Share the Road signs, clarification around its legal parameters is helpful. As a Tustin councilmember, director of the Orange County Transportation Authority and former Irvine police lieutenant, ...

How Jerry Brown acted on sweeping gun control bills
Sacramento Bee, July 1, 2016
Enacting the most significant elements of a sweeping package of gun control bills, Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed legislation expanding Californias decades-old ban on assault weapons and regulating ammunition sales.Acting less than a day after the Democrat-controlled Legislature moved the measures to his desk, Brown signed bills banning the sale of semiautomatic rifles with magazines that can ...

Should taxpayers foot bill for public union orientation meetings?
Sacramento Bee, June 24, 2016
A California bill requiring government workers to attend orientation meetings in which unions make a pitch about their benefits has been revived by the Democratic-controlled Legislature.Amended in recent weeks, Assembly Bill 2835 would mandate newly hired government employees attend an on-site meeting during regular work hours and permit unions to present for 30 minutes to start the orientation. ...

The Wall Street Journal: Sumner Redstone's daughter Shari accused of manipulation in fight for Viacom
MarketWatch, May 24, 2016
The power struggle atop Sumner Redstones $40 billion media empire intensified Monday as two longtime lieutenants ousted last week sued his daughter, accusing her of manipulating the aging mogul to stage a coup. In their suit, filed in a Massachusetts court, Viacom Chief Executive Philippe Dauman and George Abrams, a Viacom director, are seeking to invalidate their removal from a seven-member ...

AM Alert: New smoke, old smoke
Sacramento Bee, March 28, 2016
Inhale, exhale: todays Capitol influencing spans the future of combustible products.The electronic cigarette industry will hold its lobby day, touting for legislators the value of products that are under intense political scrutiny. Amid a state-supported public health [1]campaign warning that vaping will addict a new generation to nicotine, Gov. Jerry Brown will soon decide [2]whether to regulate ...

California Editorial Roundup
Sacramento Bee, March 23, 2016
March 17San Jose Mercury News on Gov. Brown's $15 billion Delta tunnels project:Give it up, governor.Jerry Brown is counting on the Westlands Water District to be one of the major financial backers of his $15 billion Delta tunnels, easily the largest public works project in U.S. history. He needs to dump the whole project, and last week's admission by Westlands' general manager is just one more ...

Terrorism-related arrests made in Sacramento, Houston
Bay Area News Group - East Bay - The Oakland Tribune, Jan. 7, 2016
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Authorities said Thursday that two people have been arrested on terrorism-related charges in California and Texas, including a refugee from Iraq who is charged with lying to federal investigators about his travels to Syria. A criminal complaint unsealed Thursday accuses Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab, 23, of traveling to Syria to fight alongside terrorist organizations and ...



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