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Proponents also argue that Medicare-for-all is more fiscally hawkish than Romney's new running mate. Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan, left, and wife Janna, laugh during a Mitt Romney campaign stop in Mooresville, North Carolina on
Budget expert expects big impact for North Coast: California Budget Project executive director speaks at HSU Donna Tam/The Times-Standard Posted: 04/22/2011 04:13:49 AM PDT When the budget passes, Humboldt County can expect a huge hit due to the area'
The California chapter of Americans for Prosperity -- the Tea Party-friendly national group that was co-founded and funded by the billionaire Koch brothers -- have entered the California budget battle royale. They just launched a radio ad Tuesday
The newly reinvigorated Horizon Institute gathered a diverse line-up of speakers to discuss how the budget could affect health and social services, redevelopment agencies, and criminal justice systems. Jean Ross, Executive Director of the California
California, especially in high-poverty areas such as San Bernardino...Without that money, local businesses could suffer. "It means merchants, landlords and others who rely on those dollars aren't going to see them," said Jean Ross, executive director
National Nurses United, a roughly 155,000-member union, will lobby lawmakers and march on the Capitol to push for several bills it says will help combat the nursing shortage and make patient care safer. Unsatisfied with the healthcare reform
Last week brought a blizzard of polling on how Californians feel about their government and the economy...The fine print suggested we should save a little distaste for ourselves. A survey by the Public Policy Institute of California found that,