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CalWatchdog says that California’s high-speed rail and delta tunnel projects could be scenes in the classic Jack Nicholson movie “Chinatown.”

Californians want relief from high gas prices, not higher gas taxes, says  Assembly Member Melissa Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, in an op-ed for the San Diego Union-Tribune.


The Oakdale Irrigation District board will consider a one-year water sale to drought-stressed parts of the Valley, including drought-impacted western Fresno County. The Merced Sun-Star has the story.

Take a peek into a political opposition research boot camp, courtesy of NPR.

Guess what happens when homeowners make their mortgage payments? Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac reap big profits totaling tens of billions of dollars. (Politico)



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