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Politics, Government & Business in California's Inland Empire
November 27, 2013
Riverside County needs tighter controls on the amount of leave employees can accrue before they leave, county supervisors said following news of a payout exceeding $900,000 to the former hospital CEO.
To read post by Jeff Horseman in The PE Political Empire Blog, click here.
November 27, 2013; 04:43 PM
Veteran Inland Rep. Ken Calvert, R-Corona, will have more influence over federal spending, energy policy and environmental regulation as head of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment and Related Agencies.
To read story by Jeff Horseman in The Press-Enterprise, click here.
November 27, 2013; 12:55 PM
Moreno Valley Councilman Yxstian Gutierrez won an extension to respond to a residents’ request to sue to remove him from public office.
To read story by Suzanne Hurt in The Press-Enterprise, click here.
The latest on California politics and government
November 27, 2013
Only 329 votes stood between Assembly Republicans and an upset special election victory last week in the San Fernando Valley’s 45th Assembly District.
In September, a longtime Republican-newly-registered-independent finished just 400 votes behind the Democrat in the Inland Empire’s 52nd Assembly District.
By John Tozzi November 27, 2013
The piece of healthcare.gov meant for small businesses won’t work for an additional year, the White House admitted today. The administration is sending small businesses to insurance agents and brokers for the next year to buy health insurance.
By David Morgan
WASHINGTON Wed Nov 27, 2013 4:22pm EST
(Reuters) – The Obama administration says it is on target to make its problematic health insurance website work smoothly for the “vast majority” of users by this weekend, but some Americans who want coverage by January 1 may not be able to get it – even if they successfully navigate the portal and sign up for a plan.
By Juliet Eilperin and Amy Goldstein
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Days before the Obama administration’s self-imposed Nov. 30 deadline for fixing HealthCare.gov, its technology team is scrambling to build a new part of the Web site as a workaround that would enable more people to buy health insurance without relying directly on the site.