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22 p.m., May 25, 2012 Sacramento Legislative challenges to the looming $150 annual fee that will be levied on rural residents who rely on the state for fire protection stalled in the Assembly Appropriations Committee Friday. Meanwhile, Assembly and
Font Resize The Times-Standard Assemblymember Wesley Chesbro, D-Arcata, presented the Assembly Appropriations Committee this week with a bill that would reimburse Mendocino County for expenses incurred for housing and feeding mutual aid responders
Font Resize The Times-Standard The Assembly Water, Parks and Wildlife committee approved a bill this week that would change crabbing regulations. AB 2363, introduced by Assemblymember Wesley Chesbro, D-Arcata, was inspired by ideas discussed at the
Penalty bill for forest pot grows moves ahead Ukiah Daily Journal Even as the State Assembly bill moved to a state appropriations committee, the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted 3-1 to send a letter supporting SB 2284. If it
Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi's domestic violence case has dominated SF political headlines as the SF Ethics Commission prepares to decide whether to recommend firing him to the SF Board of Supervisors. Meanwhile, the June 5 election is adding a women's
Pull over, says bill; legislation ups penalties for illegal marijuana grows Donna Tam/The Times-Standard Posted: 04/20/2012 02:38:30 AM PDT If you're trucking irrigation piping into a public forest, a proposed bill may give law enforcement the
Tiger Mother vs Romney's Mormon Moms and Rosen's Two Mommies 17 April 2012 5:30 PM 6 Comments I'll bet that Asian Americans have some opinions on the trial balloon sent out by President Obama's friend Hilary Rosen that went down like a Led Zeppelin.
59:38 PM PDT A bill that would increase penalties for growing illicit marijuana and polluting watercourses on forest land and other public land and make it easier for law enforcement officers to stop potential growers is making its way through the
The Times-Standard A community center will soon be constructed at the former Jefferson Elementary School site in west Eureka thanks to a $3.3 million grant from the California Department of Parks and Recreation. The Westside Community Improvement
PDT Ukiah Daily Journal A bill that would partially reimburse the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office for the cost of the massive manhunt for suspected two-time killer Aaron Bassler last summer passed its first legislative hurdle Wednesday.