Archive for the ‘Reform’ Category

California’s emerging good government coalition

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TUSTIN, Calif. – The 2014 mid-term elections will be remembered for many things – pioneering use of information technology to comprehensively profile and micro-target voters, escalating use of polarizing rhetoric, historically low levels of voter turnout, and historic records in total spending.
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The looming bipartisan backlash against unionized government

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Whenever discussing politically viable policy proposals to improve the quality of life in California, the imperative is to come up with ideas that strongly appeal to moderate centrists, since that is how most Californians would describe themselves.
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Union, district battle over school smoking privileges

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LAND O’ LAKES, Fla. – Teachers in Florida’s Pasco County School District are more concerned with their ability to smoke and chew tobacco on school grounds than with setting a tobacco-free example for students.
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