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State Democratic incumbents were comfortably returning to their current seats or taking new ones, according to early voting results Tuesday night. Assembly District 30 In the newly redrawn Assembly District 30, Luis Alejo, D-Watsonville, was well
Font Resize The Monterey County Herald Herald Staff Report Gov. Jerry Brown has signed bills extending the Fort Ord Reuse Authority to 2020 and opening the way to funding for the proposed Central Coast State Veterans Cemetery. The cemetery bill, AB
Californians now have a clearer picture of what health insurance will look like when major provisions of the federal health care law debut in 2014. Acupuncture to treat pain and nausea will be covered, for example, as will tobacco cessation and
Font Resize The Monterey County Herald The Assembly gave final approval today to a bill that gives the Fort Ord Reuse Authority a six-year extension. The bill, AB1614, by Assemblyman Bill Monning, D-Carmel, now goes to the governor for final action.
If you want breaking news sent to your email just click here. News Right Now Local News Updated: Wednesday, July 11 2012 12:57 PM EDT 2012-07-11 16:57:31 GMT It's summer--and that means travel season is well underway. If you spend time putting more
Assemblyman Bill Monning is warning consumers to beware of unlicensed contractors who use the Internet to market to unsuspecting and vulnerable homeowners. Monning joined the Contractors State License Board on Wednesday to announce the success of an
58:06 PM PDT Updated: 06/05/2012 09:58:06 PM PDT Congressman Sam Farr may have a slightly different district to represent, but he coasted Tuesday toward a November runoff against a Republican he has beaten twice before.
Font Resize The Monterey County Herald The Lyceum of Monterey County's second annual Model United Nations for middle school students will be held 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 21, in the Morse Building, at the Monterey Institute of International
State's business lobby thriving State's business lobby thriving Business interests were the top bill-killers in Sacramento during Gov. Jerry Brown's first year back in office, as concerns about the state's weak economy cut into labor's newfound clout.
Legislation to ban food trucks from selling near school campuses was shelved last week. Assemblyman Bill Monning said Wednesday that he lacked the votes to pass his measure, Assembly Bill 1678, but that he remains committed to a crackdown on the sale