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Medical Pot for Kids In School!

Medical Pot for Kids In School!

A bill passed on Monday and sent to the Governor would give some California Parents permission to give their children medical marijuana on school campuses.  Gov. Jerry Brown has agreed to restore the voting rights of convicted felons serving time in county jails. The bill that Brown announced signing Wednesday…

Rocklin Teachers Seeking Parent Support!

Rocklin Teachers Seeking Parent Support!

Rocklin Teachers Professional Association took their message on wage increase demands to the public last night by demonstrating and held signs outside of the Rocklin High School during the high school back to school night. The Teachers are attempting to gain support from parents since their talks with the administration…

Gov. Gives Some Prisoners Right To Vote!

Gov. Gives  Some Prisoners Right To Vote!

Gov. Jerry Brown has agreed to restore the voting rights of convicted felons serving time in county jails. The bill that Brown announced signing Wednesday also reinstates the voting eligibility of felons on probation or under community supervision beginning next year. It does not affect those in state or federal…

Lawmakers Move Legislation on PG&E Liability!

Lawmakers Move Legislation on PG&E Liability!

  California utilities regulators would have the option of letting power companies charge their customers for some of the costs of lawsuits stemming from disastrous 2017 wildfires under legislation that will go before the Assembly and Senate this week. After weeks of meetings, a legislative conference committee advanced its final…

Sac Transit To Lower Rates To Ride!

Sac Transit To Lower Rates To Ride!

Sacramento Regional Transit took an historic step backward yesterday by cutting bus and light rail fares in an effort to bring back riders and attract new ones. This is the first time dropping fares in the 50 year history serving Sacramento residents. The agency will drop the base fare from…

Illegal Immigrants in CA to serve in some Appointed Offices?

Illegal Immigrants in CA to serve in some Appointed Offices?

Immigrants living in California without full legal status could serve in some appointed offices under a bill the state Senate sent Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday. The measure, passed by the Senate 26-11, would let people over 18 who lack authorization to live in the country be appointed to boards…

Feds proposing more control over Delta Water Flows!

Feds proposing more control over Delta Water Flows!

The Trump administration is trying a bold new tactic to bring more water to Central Valley farmers — one that could come at the expense of millions of urban Southern Californians. In an unprecedented move, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation served notice to California officials Aug. 17, stating it wants…

Billions not spent by California Counties on Mental Health!

Billions not spent by California Counties on Mental Health!

Nearly 2 billion dollars of state tax money is being stacked up and unspent from Prop 63 which was passed by voters in 2004 and was to be used to fund services for mentally ill residents of California. Sacramento County says it’s tried to put the funds to work, but…

Gold State Killer Trial To Be In Sacramento! (Update)

Gold State Killer Trial To Be In Sacramento! (Update)

Sacramento Superior Court Judge Michael Sweet read the 26 counts against Joseph James DeAngelo— 13 for murder, 13 tied to sexual assaults, yesterday in a Sacramento Court as the beginning of a trial against the 72 year old Carmichael man accused of being the Gold State Killer. The Sacramento District…

CA Water Proposal To Release More To Ocean!

CA Water Proposal To Release More To Ocean!

The California State Water Resources Control Board was set today to discuss proposed changes to double water flows in the Sacramento-San Joaquin delta to help support the salmon population. How California manages and uses its water has long been a topic of hot political debate, falling more along regional lines…

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