Archive for May 25th, 2015

InlandPolitics: Memorial Day – 2015

memorial-day

Monday, May 26, 2014 – 10:10 a.m.

Remembering the men and women who died while serving in the country’s armed forces.

Cassie MacDuff

Cassie MacDuff, Staff Columnist
Published: May 24, 2015 – Updated: 8:29 p.m.

The statistics rattled off by San Bernardino’s bankruptcy experts last week were startling:

San Bernardino is the poorest large city in California, and the second poorest in the nation, after Detroit.

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Paul Chabot

Republican Paul Chabot has self-published an ebook, “Against All Odds,” about his failed bid for the 31st Congressional District seat against Democrat Pete Aguilar. (Staff file photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher)

By Beau Yarbrough, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 05/24/15 – 7:35 PM PDT |

Although voters decided against having Paul Chabot represent them in Congress last November, they can choose to have him on their Kindle, if they so choose.

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Penny Saver

The PennySaver, an advertising newsletter, was delivered in the mail throughout Southern California. Employees were told Friday that the publication is ceasing operations after 50 years.

By Stuart Pfeifer
May 24, 2015

The PennySaver, an advertising newsletter that was a fixture in Southern California mailboxes for decades, is going out of business.

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Drought

By Matt Pearce and Molly Hennessy-Fiske
May 24, 2015

Look east, California.

Five years of extreme drought have come to a dramatic end in Texas and Oklahoma as a month of heavy rains has replenished reservoirs, dampened parched soil across both states and unleashed floodwaters on vulnerable residents.

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Medi-Cal

By Soumya Karlamangla
May 24, 2015

Since California’s health insurance program for the poor was expanded under the Affordable Care Act last year, enrollment has exploded, with more than 3.5 million people signing up for the first time. Almost 1 in 3 Californians — a total of 12.2 million people — now receive coverage through Medi-Cal.

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