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 Providence Tarzana hospital administrator wins prestigious Fernando Award
L.A. Daily News - Sept. 25, 1:10 pm
UNIVERSAL CITY >> Dale Surowitz's parents hammered into him the notion that he must make whatever he touches better. And he has.For improving health care and for his broad community service to the San Fernando Valley, the hospital administrator ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: David Fleming, Bob Hertzberg,

 A note about endorsements
Sacramento Bee / Opinion - Sept. 25, 12:21 pm
As part of our civic duty, we on The Sacramento Bee’s editorial board offer our recommendations in as many contested races in the region as we can. Toward that end, … Click to Continue » »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: John Garamendi, Doug LaMalfa, Doris Matsui, Kevin McCarty, Tom McClintock,

 Alameda Corridor dream becomes financial nightmare for Los Angeles and Long Beach ports
Inland Daily Bulletin - Sept. 25, 12:19 pm
Sluggish trade from Asia through the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has created financial peril for the once-heralded Alameda Corridor, the 20-mile train expressway designed to speed goods to market.When it was opened in 2002, the $2.4 billion ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: George Deukmejian,

 Farmers say, 'No apologies,' as well drilling hits record levels in San Joaquin Valley
Sacramento Bee - Sept. 25, 4:00 am
Drive through rural Tulare County and you’ll hear it soon enough, a roar from one of the hundreds of agricultural pumps pulling water from beneath the soil to keep the … Click to Continue » »Read  »E-mail story

 How will Jerry Brown act on sexual assault, juvenile confinement bills?
Sacramento Bee - Sept. 25, 4:00 am
Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday signed legislation granting legal protections to Californians who smash car windows to rescue sweltering animals. But coming up on his Sept. 30 deadline to act … Click to Continue » »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Cathleen Galgiani, Legislature, Mark Leno,
Bills: AB 2888, SB 1182,

 McStay family murder trial conflicts with Colonies corruption trial
Inland Daily Bulletin - Sept. 23, 4:08 pm
The attorney for McStay family murder suspect Charles 'Chase' Merritt told a San Bernardino Superior Court judge Friday he cannot begin trial until he finishes defending another client in a public corruption case, scheduled to begin Oct. »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Paul Biane, Jeff Burum, Jim Erwin, Mark Kirk, Gary Ovitt,

 CAGOP Weekly Wrap Up: Chairman Ed Royce's bill to block ransoms to Iran passes the house, Tax measures on your local CA ballot in November could add $BILLIONS to what we already pay,and MORE!
California Republican Party / California Republican Blog - Sept. 23, 4:05 pm
CRP Staff | September 23, 2016 Last night the House of Representatives passed Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce’s (R-CA) Prohibiting Future Ransom Payments to Iran Act (H.R. 5931). The legislation prohibits future cash payments to Iran ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: California Democratic Party, Fair Political Practices Commission, Ed Royce,


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