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Editorial: California’s budget worries are far from over

By   /  Friday, February 22nd, 2013  /  Editorials, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Editorial: California’s budget worries are far from over

Evidence abounds that California is less than half way through the process of grinding toward a budget fix.

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Congressional candidates joust over taxes, housing

By   /  Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012  /  Latest news  /  1 Comment

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Correction appended below.] Assemblymember Julia Brownley and state Sen. Tony Strickland clashed over fiscal policy, housing and education at an Oct. 2 debate in Thousand Oaks as their campaigns for the 26th U.S. Congressional district remained a close contest. Held at California Lutheran University, the debate turned especially heated when Brownley accused Strickland of voting against California’s Homeowners Bill of Read More →

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Leaders talk redevelopment at Reagan library

By   /  Friday, September 14th, 2012  /  Latest news, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on Leaders talk redevelopment at Reagan library

California cities struggling to finance projects after the state abolished redevelopment agencies may get some relief from Sacramento, business leaders were told at a breakfast meeting Friday at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley. But the extent of any relief is unclear, according to panelists at a Corporate Leaders Breakfast sponsored by Cal Lutheran Read More →

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Editorial: Silliness in Sacramento continues

By   /  Friday, June 15th, 2012  /  Editorials, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Editorial: Silliness in Sacramento continues

In Sacramento, the annual budget follies continue. The Democrat-controlled Legislature and Gov. Jerry Brown can’t agree on a formula to come up with a plan for the new fiscal year. Opposition from small business groups and the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association dramatically increases the odds that Brown’s plan for tax hikes to close a $16 Read More →

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Editorial: Memo to Abel: Keep political options open

By   /  Monday, November 8th, 2010  /  Editorials, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Editorial: Memo to Abel: Keep political options open

As we watched him speed across the state in search of votes for a long-shot bid for statewide office, Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado’s passion for small business and the small-business owner left a big impression. Yes, in the crazy world that is California politics, the former Santa Maria city councilman finished short of the mark Read More →

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