Archive for April 29th, 2015

The Lou Desmond & Company Show: All the Headlines, with Adrian Moore

Lou Desmond

Wednesday, April 29, 2015 – 04:30 p.m.

Adrian Moore of the Reason Foundation joins the Lou Desmond and Company Show tonight. Lou and Adrian discuss a number of news stories, starting with the County’s $650,000 payment to Francis Pusok. The check will be short $30,000, withheld because of owed child support.

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InlandPolitics: Clinton problems worsen

Smoke and Mirrors

Wednesday, April 29, 2015 – 09:30 a.m.

Former Secretary of State and Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton is rapidly becoming the GOP dream opponent.

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InlandPolitics: Economy not so hot after all



Wednesday, April 29, 2015 – 08:15 a.m.

It would appear the economy isn’t so hot after all.

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Straight Face Emoticon

Eight of 10 fastest-moving real estate markets are in California; four are on the southern coast; The Inland area ranks No. 35 according to Trulia online real estate service

Published: April 28, 2015 – Updated: 4:10 p.m.

The Inland Southern California housing market, a bastion for bargain home sales when foreclosures peppered the region, has had a lethargic sales pace in 2015, a new Trulia report shows.

To read story by Debra Gruszecki in The Press-Enterprise, click here.


Fenit Nirappil and Juliet Williams, Associated Press
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 – Updated 7:42 pm

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday called for $10,000 fines for residents and businesses that waste the most water during the drought, as his administration rejected calls from cities to relax its mandatory water conservation targets.

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Medical Marijuana

By Patrick McGreevy
April 28, 2015

Two bills that would regulate medical marijuana in different ways in California were approved Tuesday by an Assembly panel, although lawmakers said more work needs to be done to address concerns and settle on one scheme.

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