Archive for February 25th, 2016

InlandPolitics: Donald Trump “bandwagon effect” in play

Donald Trump

Thursday, February 25, 2016 – 12:30 a.m.

Businessman Donald Trump, the front-runner for the republican nomination for president, is in the driver’s seat.

He will garner the nomination and likely win the presidency.

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Greg Devereaux

Greg Devereaux, 58, of Ontario, has been named county administrative officer as seen in Ontario January 13, 2010. (Gabriel Luis Acosta)

By Staff report
Posted: 02/24/16 – 8:42 PM PST |

SAN BERNARDINO >> Greg Devereaux, San Bernardino County’s chief executive officer, was elected as a fellow at the National Academy of Public Administration, where he will join a long list of national dignitaries, including former Secretary of State Colin Powell, former Attorney General Dick Thornburg, former Cabinet Secretary Donna Shalala and former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar.

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Rancho Cucamonga Seal

By Liset Márquez
@JournaLiset on Twitter
Posted: 02/24/16 – 9:05 PM PST |

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> A new city department and the return of the Red Hill Park lake were among the upcoming developments touted by Mayor Dennis Michael at his annual state-of-the-city address.

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By Don Thompson, Associated Press
Feb. 24, 2016 – 9:36 PM ET

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A state judge on Wednesday blocked Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed ballot initiative to reduce California’s prison population, despite warnings that her decision could effectively stall its consideration by voters until 2018.

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U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals

Shan Li
February 24, 2016

A court ruling is pushing California restaurant owners to rethink how to pay employees.

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Appellate Courts

Joy Resmovits and Howard Blume
February 24, 2016

One of the highest-stakes battles in education is about to resume Thursday in a Los Angeles courtroom as teacher unions and their allies try to win back job protections that were tossed out in a landmark 2014 ruling.

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