Archive for April 6th, 2012

InlandPolitics: GnanaDev out as ARMC Med Director


Friday, April 6, 2012 – 06:00 p.m.
Last Modified: Saturday, April 7, 2012 – 12:00 p.m.

InlandPolitics. com has learned that Dr. Dev GnanaDev, medical director at San Bernardino County-owned and operated Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC), will step down from his position.

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InlandPolitics: As expected, job growth slows

Friday, April 6, 2012 – 08:00 a.m.

As expected, U.S. job growth slowed dramatically in March.

Just 120,000 jobs were added across the country.

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Published: 05 April 2012 10:43 PM

Faced with a half-trillion dollars in Southern California transportation needs through 2035, officials Thursday called for higher gas taxes or a shift to a fee drivers would pay based on how far they drive.

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Wes Woods II, Staff Writer
Created: 04/05/2012 06:20:21 PM PDT

To view Assembly Bill 2552 introduced by Assemblywoman Norma Torres, D-Chino, visit

To read a letter from the Law Enforcement Against Prohibition group asking Torres to withdraw the bill visit


A group of former California police officers, prosecutors and judges have asked Assemblywoman Norma Torres to withdraw her bill that would criminalize motorists who operate a vehicle with any level of marijuana in their blood or urine.

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition members said standards created by Assembly Bill 2552 have nothing to do with actual impairment behind the wheel and would criminalize California’s legal medical marijuana patients.

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OCRegister: State sues O.C. over $73.5 million money grab

April 5th, 2012, 3:13 pm
Posted by Andrew Galvin

Remember that $73.5 million that Orange County grabbed from schools a few months back, forcing the state to make up for it? This was after the state grabbed $49.5 million in Vehicle License Fee money from the county to help balance the state’s budget.

Well, the state wants its $73.5 million back.

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