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Jerry Brown Signs Bill Allowing Dogs at Restaurants

The Sacramento Bee is barking good news for dog owners: If you live in California, you don’t need to bring a doggie bag home from the restaurant any more. You can simply bring your dog to the restaurant with you. That’s a gift from the legislature and Governor Jerry Brown, who signed Assembly Bill 1965, which allows owners to bring their pets to the outdoor sections of food establishments. 22 Aug 2014

$3 Million for Lawyers, Illegal Alien Juveniles in California

Thousands of illegal alien juveniles in California and their lawyers are slated to receive $3 million in California taxpayer dollars for legal services as they are processed through immigration proceedings. California Governor Jerry Brown announced a bill on Thursday, alongside multiple Democrat backers, that would grant these funds and should not require any Republican votes to pass through both houses of the California legislature. 22 Aug 2014

State Forces Catholic Colleges to Pay for Abortion

Thanks to a reversal by Governor Jerry Brown’s administration, two Catholic universities, Santa Clara and Loyola Marymount, have now been prevented from offering insurance plans for their employees that refused coverage for “elective” abortions and only permitted abortions if the woman’s life were in danger or her health could be severely damaged, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. 22 Aug 2014

‘F*** tha Police’ Video Calls for Revenge for Ezell Ford

On Thursday, a music video titled “F*** tha Police" called for revenge for the fatal police shooting of Ezell Ford in South Los Angeles on August 11. The video has prompted the LAPD’s union to issue a warning to officers to be on “heightened alert and pay extra attention to your tactics and surroundings.” 22 Aug 2014

Breastfeeding Moms Stage 'Nurse-in' at Beverly Hills Store

Nursing mothers occupied the chairs inside, and lined the street outside, of the Anthropologie store in Beverly Hills, staging a "nurse-in" to protest what they perceived as the mistreatment of a fellow mommy who was asked to finish breastfeeding her infant off of the sales floor. 22 Aug 2014

Lawsuit Accuses San Francisco of Environmental Hypocrisy

Nancy Pelosi and 62 other House Democrats with 100% ratings from the Sierra Club have for decades been using the Endangered Species Act (ESA) try to litigate small rural California communities out of existence for having the gall to use water for farming and ranching. That is why it will be entertaining to watch the progress of a new ESA lawsuit aimed at forcing San Francisco elitists, like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and her neighbors at the Sierra Club headquarters, to live by the same rules they impose on the rural bumpkins they seem to disdain. 22 Aug 2014

Homeowner Fined for Replacing Grass with Drought-Resistant Plants

The Contra Costa Times reports that a San Ramon home woman who received a rebate from the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) for tearing out her lawn and replacing it with drought-resistant plants has been fined $50 a month by her homeowners association, the Twin Creeks South Estate Homes Association. 22 Aug 2014

Water 'Double Standard' Hurts Farmers, Benefits Pelosi's Region

Bay area residents may soon lose their prestigious Hetch Hetchy tap water with a recently filed lawsuit addressing severe water restrictions. The restrictions have been put on rural Californians and farmers, but have left elite Bay area residents like Nancy Pelosi exempt from feeling the pain of those same water restrictions. 21 Aug 2014

California Prison Early Release Turns into Flood

Governor Jerry Brown’s ongoing “realignment” response to court orders requiring a reduction in California’s prison crowding is sending all but the worst criminals flooding back to county jails for a brief visit and then back on the streets. A Los Angeles Times investigative report revealed the newly over-crowded county jails are also refusing to “book” into jail many serious criminal offenders. Those that do get jailed are bouncing back out on the streets after serving less than 10% of their sentences. 21 Aug 2014

Giant Duck Arrives in Los Angeles

SAN PEDRO -- Hundreds of onlookers gathered at the Los Angeles Waterfront to greet the world's largest inflatable duck on its first visit to the West Coast of the U.S. as part of the local Tall Ships festival. 21 Aug 2014

California Field Poll Shows Strong Support for Government Healthcare

The latest latest Field Health Policy Survey conducted among California registered voters about changes in the state's health care system following the implementation of Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) suggests that about two-thirds believe that state government should be deeply involved in the business of health care. 21 Aug 2014

Aunt Arrested After Fatal Hit-and-Run of Toddler Left in Street

The aunt of a 2-year-old girl who was killed in a hit-and-run after she was left unattended in the middle of a San Francisco street was arrested Tuesday and booked into county jail on suspicion of felony child endangerment felony and corporal injury on a child resulting in death. The deceased toddler's father is seeking justice for what he alleges is his relative's gross negligence. 21 Aug 2014

Native Tribes Demand More Water in Rivers to Save Fish

The Times-Standard reports that the Yurok, Karuk, and Hoopa Valley tribes and the Klamath Justice Coalition traveled to Sacramento Tuesday to protest the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s (BOR) decision to cut pre-emptive water releases from Trinity Lake that would nurture fish on the Trinity and Klamath rivers. Roughly two hundred protesters showed up at the office of Mid-Pacific Regional Director David Murillo, who made the decision which diverted the water to the Sacramento River to protect federally endangered salmon. 20 Aug 2014

California Crushed by Texas Job Creation

The America Enterprise Institute seldom has much positive to say about the impact of California’s leftist public policies on business and job growth in the less-than-Golden State. But AEI’s blog pointed to Monday’s Bureau of Labor Statistics unemployment report to show that conservative Texas continues to crush liberal California in job growth. 20 Aug 2014

Aeroject Awarded Laser Based 3-D Metal Printing Contract

California's Aerojet Rocketdyne announced Monday that it had been awarded an Air Force contract to develop 3-D printing for “Large-Scale Additive Manufacturing." Unlike traditional 3-D printing that shapes parts out of composites and plastics, additive manufacturing uses lasers to melt metals into complex shapes with very specific hardness and heat tolerances. 20 Aug 2014

Ethics Fail: Bill on 'Suspended Pay' Fails to Make November Ballot

The Sacramento Bee reports that the Democratic-dominated California State Assembly, which acted on various pieces of legislation Monday, somehow failed to act on Senate leader Darrell Steinberg’s bill asking voters if the legislature should have the capacity to suspend pay for representatives who have been suspended for allegations of dishonorable behavior. 20 Aug 2014

Felon, Illegal Alien Kept in U.S. Pending High-Profile Trial

Repeat felon and illegal alien Edgar Vargas Arzate had been set free twice in the past year from the Orange County jail despite Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainers seeking to transfer custody to ICE. Now Arzate is embroiled in a high-profile criminal case from another incident, which will keep him in the country while proceedings take place. 20 Aug 2014

Patient Being Treated for Possible Ebola Exposure in California

Health officials announced on Tuesday that a person who might have been exposed to the Ebola virus was admitted to Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center in California, and is in isolation while health officials and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) await the results of the patient's blood work. 20 Aug 2014

Report: Israeli Ship Docks, Unloads at Oakland Port; Radical Activists Mourn

Longshoremen at the Port of Oakland have unloaded the Zim Piraeus, an Israeli vessel that radical activists had attempted to block for several days. The ship docked and unloaded Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, apparently after fooling anti-Israel demonstrators from the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement into thinking they had actually succeeded in driving the boat away from Oakland. 20 Aug 2014

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