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Initiative to repeal gas tax hike sparks debate over how transportation funds are spent in California

November 5, 2018
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Taking money meant for financially pressed homeowners and using it to balance California's budget is plain wrong

September 27, 2018
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FlashReport 2018 Top Bills Worthy of Governor Jerry Brown's Veto

September 27, 2018
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Taking stock of California's $3 billion bet on stem cell science

September 27, 2018
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New state laws aim to boost mental health services

September 27, 2018
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ICYMI: California 2018: What, me worry?

January 4, 2018
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CA Political Review: Without Government Unions, there Would be No Gas Tax Increase

November 21, 2017
Nobody argues that California’s roads need huge upgrades. But the solution didn’t require the $0.12 per gallon tax hike that went into effect Nov. 1.

CA Political Review: What's up? Government Union Costs

November 21, 2017
The California Policy Center is back with another well written piece on the power of public employee unions, Sacramento’s “Daddy” (see MOORLACH UPDATE -- Secretive and Expensive Union Deals -- November 3, 2017 ).

CA Policy Center: Without Government Unions, there Would be No Gas Tax Increase

November 21, 2017
Nobody argues that California’s roads need huge upgrades. But the solution didn’t require the $0.12 per gallon tax hike that goes into effect today. The root cause of these neglected roads – and the reason even more taxes will never be enough to fix them – is the power of public sector unions,...

Daily News: Losing your pension? CalPERS wants to shift blame to cities

November 17, 2017
The nation’s largest state pension fund, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, still is reeling from bruising publicity it received after it slashed the pensions for workers in the tiny Sierra Nevada town of Loyalton (population 862) and in the now-defunct East San Gabriel Valley...

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