Archive for May 11th, 2014

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Sunday, May 11, 2014 – 10:30 a.m.

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Upland seal

By Doug Saunders, San Bernardino Sun
Posted: 05/10/14, 4:10 PM PDT |

UPLAND >> A meeting put on by resident Eric Gavin to seek answers to the city’s problems instead disintegrated into name-calling Saturday at the Senior Center.

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John Husing


By Neil Nisperos, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 05/10/14, 12:40 PM PDT |

Inland Empire economist John Husing is presenting legislative suggestions for lawmakers to relieve poverty in the region, linking the lack of job-creating manufacturing companies here to the instability of environmental policy and regulations in California.

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By Jim Miller
Published: Sunday, May. 11, 2014 – 12:00 am
Last Modified: Sunday, May. 11, 2014 – 9:40 am

Zyler Hartman of Sacramento was too young to participate, but he closely followed the campaigns of November 2012, especially the debate over Proposition 37, the ballot measure that would have imposed new labeling requirements on genetically engineered foods.

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Dan Walters

By Dan Walters
Published: Sunday, May. 11, 2014 – 12:00 am

They are not likely to win this year, but the California Republican Party has several candidates for statewide office who are lighting the way to a potential GOP revival down the road.

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Politico: Hillary Clinton’s no good, very bad week

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Hillary Clinton is pictured. | AP Photo


It was arguably the roughest week Clinton has had since she left the State Department.
By MAGGIE HABERMAN | 5/10/14 7:04 AM EDT

Hillary Clinton isn’t a candidate for president, at least not yet. But last week felt like she was very much in the 2016 grind.

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David+Charles Koch

David (left) and Charles Koch are shown in this composite. | AP Photos


The goal of the network is a long-term expansion of the playing field for conservatives.
By KENNETH P. VOGEL | 5/9/14 5:01 AM EDT Updated: 5/11/14 12:29 PM EDT

The Koch brothers’ main political arm intends to spend more than $125 million this year on an aggressive ground, air and data operation benefiting conservatives, according to a memo distributed to major donors and sources familiar with the group.

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