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  • Stanford law school professor named to California Supreme Court

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    <p class="bylinejb">By Howard Mintz<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:hmintz@mercurynews.com'>hmintz@mercurynews.com</a>
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:02 pm
    Gov. Jerry Brown nominates Stanford law professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar to replace Justice Marvin Baxter on the state's high court, capping immigrant's journey from growing up in Mexican border town to legal star
  • Univision's second-quarter profit soars with World Cup soccer

    L.A. Times - California | Local News
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:26 pm
    Boosted by the popularity of its soccer telecasts, Spanish-language media giant Univision Communications' second-quarter profit more than doubled compared to the previous year.
  • Gilroy: CHP investigates 8-car rig crash that kills motorist and forced overnight closure of Highway 152

    Local News
    <p class="bylinejb">By Robert Salonga and Joe Rodriguez<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation">Mercury News<br /></p><p class="bylinecopyright">
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:41 pm
    California Highway Patrol investigators continue to sort through a deadly wreck Monday evening where a big rig barreled into eight other cars on a stopped-up Highway 152, killing a motorist and forcing an overnight closure of the major artery between the Silicon and Central valleys.
  • Univision's second-quarter profit soars with World Cup soccer

    L.A. Times - Opinion Blog
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:26 pm
    Boosted by the popularity of its soccer telecasts, Spanish-language media giant Univision Communications' second-quarter profit more than doubled compared to the previous year.
  • Usain Bolt to run just four more times this season

    Sports Now - Los Angeles Times
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:50 am
    Fans will get only a few more glimpses of the world's fastest man this track season.
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  • Stanford law school professor named to California Supreme Court

    <p class="bylinejb">By Howard Mintz<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:hmintz@mercurynews.com'>hmintz@mercurynews.com</a>
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:02 pm
    Gov. Jerry Brown nominates Stanford law professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar to replace Justice Marvin Baxter on the state's high court, capping immigrant's journey from growing up in Mexican border town to legal star
  • George Harrison memorial tree killed by beetles

    <br> <p class="Byline Affiliation">Associated Press
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:12 pm
    LOS ANGELES ( -- A tree planted in Los Angeles to honor former Beatle George Harrison has been killed -- by beetles.
  • California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out water waste

    <p class="bylinejb">By Paul Rogers <br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:progers@mercurynews.com'>progers@mercurynews.com</a>
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:25 am
    While most cities aren't issuing fines yet, new enforcement patrols will be responding to neighbors' complaints about water waste as California's drought worsens.
  • Murder charges filed in Stockton bank robbery

    <p class="NormalParagraphStyle">By SCOTT SMITH, Associated Press
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:16 am
    A 19-year-old California man was charged Monday with three counts of murder in the deaths of a hostage and two alleged accomplices, and 22 counts of attempted murder of police officers in a bank robbery and running gun battle.
  • Listeria warning: California fruit recalled; retailers include Costco, Trader Joe's

    <br> <p class="Byline Affiliation">Associated Press
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:14 am
    A Central California company has issued a voluntary nationwide recall of specific lots of its fresh peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots over concerns of possible listeria contamination.
 
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    Local News

  • Gilroy: CHP investigates 8-car rig crash that kills motorist and forced overnight closure of Highway 152

    <p class="bylinejb">By Robert Salonga and Joe Rodriguez<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation">Mercury News<br /></p><p class="bylinecopyright">
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:41 pm
    California Highway Patrol investigators continue to sort through a deadly wreck Monday evening where a big rig barreled into eight other cars on a stopped-up Highway 152, killing a motorist and forcing an overnight closure of the major artery between the Silicon and Central valleys.
  • SJPD rolls out Community Service Officers in response to understaffing

    <p class="bylinejb">By Robert Salonga<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:rsalonga@mercurynews.com'>rsalonga@mercurynews.com</a> <br /></p><p class="bylinecopyright">
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:34 pm
    In one of the more inventive responses to its ongoing staffing troubles, the San Jose Police Department has started training a battalion of civilian officers aimed at taking some of the burden off an overstretched force.
  • Stanford law school professor named to California Supreme Court

    <p class="bylinejb">By Howard Mintz<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:hmintz@mercurynews.com'>hmintz@mercurynews.com</a>
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:02 pm
    Gov. Jerry Brown nominates Stanford law professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar to replace Justice Marvin Baxter on the state's high court, capping immigrant's journey from growing up in Mexican border town to legal star
  • San Jose: Missing man found on Highway 101 roadside died of natural causes, coroner says

    <p class="bylinejb">By Robert Salonga<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:rsalonga@mercurynews.com'>rsalonga@mercurynews.com</a><br /></p><p class="bylinecopyright">
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:05 pm
    A 70-year-old missing man whose body was found on the roadside of Highway 101 in South San Jose last week died of natural causes, according to the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner's Office.
  • California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out water waste

    <p class="bylinejb">By Paul Rogers <br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:progers@mercurynews.com'>progers@mercurynews.com</a>
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:25 am
    While most cities aren't issuing fines yet, new enforcement patrols will be responding to neighbors' complaints about water waste as California's drought worsens.
 
 
 
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    California Research Bureau Reports

  • Psychosocial and Economic Health of Older American Indians and Alaskan Natives in California.

    14 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    Kellie Jean Hogue, Ph.D. and Tonya D. Lindsey, Ph.D. (S-14-017, July 2014) This Short Subject is a part of our Healthy Aging Series and employs California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) indicators of mental health, social environment, and economic security to better understand California's older AIANs.
  • State Veteran Benefit Utilization. 2013 California Women Veteran Survey.

    30 Jun 2014 | 10:00 am
    Matthew K. Buttice, Ph.D. (S-14-016, June 2014) This Short Subject presents results from the 2013 California Women Veteran Survey, which asked respondents questions about their use and knowledge of a variety of veteran benefits and services offered by the state of California. The two most commonly used state veteran benefits were California Employment Development Department employment assistance and unemployment benefits. Fewer than 15 percent reported using any of the other benefits with which respondents were prompted.
  • Sources, Uses, and Disposal of Water in Hydraulic Fracturing

    18 Jun 2014 | 10:00 am
    Kellie Jean Hogue, Ph.D. (S-14-014, June 2014) Water is an integral part of hydraulic fracturing, an enhanced technique for oil and gas recovery that has garnered much media attention in recent years. Sources and uses of water vary, depending on the type of event, geographic site, and geologic situation. The second in our series on hydraulic fracturing in California, this Short Subject discusses the role of water in this popular technique: where it comes from, how it is used, the composition of hydraulic fracturing fluids, and what happens to the fluids after the event.
  • Water Conservation in California: State Law and Local Enforcement

    16 Jun 2014 | 10:00 am
    Maeve Roche (S-14-015, June 2014) This Short Subject summarizes current state laws regarding water conservation and provides a review of the water conservation enforcement measures of selected public entities.
  • Aging and the LGBT Community

    9 Jun 2014 | 11:00 am
    Kellie Jean Hogue, Ph.D. (S-14-013, June 2014) This Short Subject is a part of our Healthy Aging Series and offers a brief summary of this diverse group's demographic characteristics and looks at aging in the LGBT community through three additional lenses: identity and relationships, social networks, and cultural competence.
 
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    Winery & Vineyard Blog

  • Wine Club Member BBQ – Saturday, July19, 2014

    Pierre
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:22 am
  • DeeTours at the Winery Saturday July 19

    Pierre
    20 Jul 2014 | 12:47 pm
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  • Veraison

    Pierre
    20 Jul 2014 | 12:36 pm
    Veraison, a French term for when the color of the grapes turn from green to red or green to yellow in the case of white grapes. From experience, the harvest usually begins 6 weeks from the beginning of veraison. This year harvest is expected to begin in the third week of August, earlier than normal […]
  • Re-Cycling

    Pierre
    20 Jul 2014 | 12:25 pm
    Water we use for cleaning barrels, tanks and machinery is drained by gravity to this old tanker and tractor. When the tanker is full it is distibuted over the vineyard. Both the tanker and tractor are over 30 years old.
  • Kim and Lise with Friends at the Vineyard

    Pierre
    9 Jul 2014 | 5:04 am
 
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    this tasty life - a san diego food blog

  • danny’s donuts / vista

    Mary Desjean
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Right next door to Peppertree Frosty is a little place called Danny’s Donuts. The place is named after Dan Abeyta, who worked in the donut industry for 46 years before he retired… and then went right back to it, opening Danny’s Donuts a few years after he retired. He missed the customer interaction and came out of retirement to open his own shop (after working at Dunkin’ Donuts on the East Coast, among other places). Danny created recipes featured in his shop and ran the store until his passing in January of 2013. In December 2013, Danny’s Donuts was ranked in a…
  • peppertree frosty / vista

    Mary Desjean
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:19 am
    Two weekend ago when I wasn’t feeling very well, Jake and S were over and I decided that the only thing I really wanted to do that weekend was take a trip up to Vista to try out Pepper Tree Frosty and Danny’s Donuts. I read about Danny’s Donuts and Pepper Tree Corner on Pink Candles of Ridgemont High. CC wrote about their awesome blueberry donuts (post forthcoming) and I also wanted to try the food over at Pepper Tree Frosty. This is it! It’s a free standing building with an ice cream window in the front and food served around the corner (from this angle, you are…
  • berkeley pizza / downtown san diego

    Mary Desjean
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    After we witnessed that pretty sunset in Mission Beach, Jake and I started thinking about dinner! He suggested we try this place he spied on Yelp called Berkeley Pizza over in Downtown San Diego. Berkeley Pizza specializes in deep dish pizza – there is no wink or trace of a thin slice pizza in here, buddy! They have slices of pizza or you can also order a whole pie – which will take about 40 minutes to make. This is definitely something you want to order in advance so it’s ready for you! We took the pizza home to eat. I hopped out of the car to get the pizza while Jake drove…
  • bruxie / college area – san diego, ca

    Mary Desjean
    17 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Bruxie recently opened in the College Area, offering up sandwiches that use waffles instead of bread. WHAT. I had seen/heard of Bruxie before from other bloggers talking about the OC location and I briefly considering going to OC to try it… but yeah, that didn’t happen. Bruxie was originally supposed to open up at the Headquarters in Downtown but something happened and they pulled out… and are now open and running in the College Area. In fact, they are right next to a few of the student dorms AND you can use your student meal plan to score food here at Bruxie! I’m…
  • flayvors of cook farm / hadley, ma

    Mary Desjean
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    After my grandfather’s funeral and a large buffet dinner with the family, my mom and I left with my aunts (my mom’s sisters) to head to Southhampton, MA (which is on the western side of MA) while my dad stayed with his family for another night. The next day my cousins took me out for a little afternoon joyride and took me to see cows (!!) and get ice cream. YES. [pretty trees in my aunt's backyard] [looking down into my aunt's backyard from the house - SO MUCH SPACE] This is the outside window for ordering but no one seemed to be taking orders at this window that day (at least,…
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    California Employment Law Report

  • Friday's Five: Five legal pitfalls startup companies cannot make

    Anthony Zaller
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:33 pm
    1. Classifying all employees as independent contractors To qualify as an independent contractor, the employer has the burden of proof to establish that the worker is actually an independent contractor and not an employee. I’ve discussed the parameter of this “economic realities” test here.  In addition to owing unpaid minimum wages and potential unpaid overtime, the employer also faces steep penalties for misclassifying independent contractors. 2. Treating all employees as exempt employees and not paying overtime. An employee cannot agree to work without being paid…
  • Procedures to follow in investigating sexual harassment claims

    Anthony Zaller
    17 Jul 2014 | 7:33 pm
  • Friday's Five: Five rules every California employer should know about providing final wages to employees

    Anthony Zaller
    11 Jul 2014 | 7:31 pm
    This Friday's Five is coming out a little late in the day, but as they say, better late....  I've been fielding a lot of questions about final wage payment requirements.  So here are five rules every employer should know about providing final wages to employees: An employee who is discharged must be paid all of his or her wages, including accrued vacation, immediately at the time of termination. An employee who gives at least 72 hours prior notice of quitting, and quits on the day given in the notice, must be paid all earned wages, including accrued vacation, at the time of…
  • Complying With California's Minimum Wage Increase

    Anthony Zaller
    30 Jun 2014 | 7:49 am
    Here is a short video regarding some items California employers should consider about the minimum wage increase taking effect July 1, 2014.  For more information about the minimum wage increase: Five issues California employers should review before the minimum wage increases July 1, 2014
  • Five Things You Need To Know About Arbitration Agreements After The California's Supreme Court's Ruling In Iskanian v. CLS Transportation Los Angeles, LLC

    Anthony Zaller
    27 Jun 2014 | 5:17 pm
    1. Arbitration Agreements: What Are They? Employers can agree that they and any employees who enter into an arbitration agreement will resolve their differences before a private arbitrator instead of civil court. There are many different arbitration companies to choose from, but the American Arbitration Association and JAMS are two of the larger ones that are routinely appointed in arbitration agreements. Arbitrators are private companies that usually hire retired judges to resolve disputes in a private setting as opposed to civil court. 2. Are Arbitration Agreements Enforceable in…
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    The California Employment Law Blog by Mediator Steven G. Pearl

  • Dilts v. Penske Logistics: Ninth Circuit Holds that Federal Law Does Not Preempt California Meal and Rest Period Requirements

    Steven G. Pearl
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    The Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act of 1994 (FAAAA) provides: “States may not enact or enforce a law . . . related to a price, route, or service of any motor carrier . . . with respect to the transportation of property.” 49 U.S.C. § 14501(c)(1). In Dilts v. Penske Logistics, LLC, ___ F.3d ___ (9th Cir. 7/9/14), the Ninth Circuit considered whether the FAAAA preempts California's meal and rest period requirements. The Court held that it does not, reasoning as follows: Under Brinker Restaurant Corp. v. Superior Court (2012) 53 Cal.4th 1004 (detailed discussion here),…
  • Haro v. City of Los Angeles: Ninth Circuit Affirms Overtime Award to Fire Department Employees

    Steven G. Pearl
    16 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    In Haro v. City of Los Angeles, ___ F.3d ___ (9th Cir. 3/18/14), the plaintiffs worked as dispatchers or aeromedical technicians for the City of Los Angeles Fire Department. They alleged that the City improperly classified them as employees "engaged in fire protection" and improperly failed to pay them weekly overtime compensation under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The district court granted summary judgment to the plaintiffs, finding that they were not engaged in fire protection work. The City appealed, and the Ninth Circuit affirmed, finding as…
  • Peabody v. Time Warner Cable: Employer May Not Average Commission Wages Across a Monthly Pay Period and Must Apply Such Wages to the Pay Period in Which They Are Actually Paid

    Steven G. Pearl
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Susan Peabody filed suit against Time Warner Cable (TWC), alleging, in part: As an account executive for TWC, she worked an average of 45 hours per week and earned salary plus commissions based on her monthly sales; TWC paid her salary biweekly and paid commissions monthly; in those pay periods that included a commission payment, TWC paid Ms. Peabody more than one and one-half times the minimum wage; in those pay periods that did not include a commission payment, TWC paid Ms. Peabody less than one and one-half times the minimum wage, such that she did not qualify for the…
  • Paratransit, Inc. v. UIAB: Employee's Refusal to Sign Disciplinary Notice Constitutes Insubordination, but not Grounds to Deny Unemployment Benefits

    Steven G. Pearl
    14 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    In Paratransit, Inc. v. Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board (Medeiros) (2012) 206 Cal.App.4th 1319, the Court of Appeal held that an employee's refusal to sign a disciplinary memorandum in connection with a prior incident of misconduct constituted work-related misconduct, not a good-faith error in judgment, rendering the employee ineligible for unemployment compensation.On July 3, 2014, the California Supreme Court disagreed. Paratransit, Inc. v. Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board (Medeiros) (7/3/14) --- Cal.4th ---. The Court held as follows: In this case, an employee refused his…
  • Von Nothdurft v. Steck: Apartment Owner Entitled to Credit Rental Value of Apartment Against Minimum Wages Owed to Apartment Manager

    Steven G. Pearl
    7 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Just a quick word on this case. In Von Nothdurft v. Steck (6/26/14), --- Cal.App.4th ---, the defendant hired the plaintiff to work as a resident apartment manager. The parties signed a management agreement that provided that the plaintiff would receive free rent on her apartment. The plaintiff sued for unpaid minimum wages, and the case made its way to the Court of Appeal, which held that the management agreement satisfied the requirements of the applicable IWC Wage Order No. 5-2001, such that the defendant was entitled to credit a portion of the apartment's rental value…
 
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    California Newswire

  • More than a Dozen to Perform at Jeff Fest Arts and Music Festival’s SUMMER ARTS STAGE

    Valerie Gotten
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:22 am
    CHICAGO, Ill., July 22, 2014 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Chicago’s Northwest neighborhood, Jefferson Park, plays host to its ever-popular three-day Jeff Fest Arts & Music Festival Friday, July 25 through Sunday, July 27, 2014. The festival boasts two stages for entertainment, The Main Stage and The Summer Arts Stage offering something wonderful for everyone to see, hear and enjoy. New for this year’s festival is a promotion calling all those with the name “Jeff” or have “Jeff” in their name to get into the festival free with a companion on Friday,…
  • Calif. Governor Brown Selects Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar for California Supreme Court

    Christopher Simmons
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:01 am
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. /California Newswire/ — Calif. Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar as his choice for associate justice of the California Supreme Court. Cuéllar, 41, of Stanford, has been a Stanford Law School professor since 2001 and was appointed Stanley Morrison Professor of Law in 2012. He has taught administrative law, criminal law and international law, among other subjects. Cuéllar has been director of Stanford University’s Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies since 2013 and Professor of Political Science, by courtesy,…
  • Calif. Gov. Brown Announces Appointments for July 21, 2014 including to the California State Council on Developmental Disabilities

    Christopher Simmons
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. /California Newswire/ — Calif. Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. on Monday announced the following appointments: First, Steven Cliff, 44, of Sacramento, has been appointed assistant director of sustainability at the California Department of Transportation. Cliff has been assistant chief of the Stationary Source Division at the California Air Resources Board since 2013, where he has served in several positions since 2008, including chief of the Stationary Source Division Climate Change Markets Branch and air pollution specialist and manager of the program development…
  • Calif. Governor Brown Issues Legislative Update for July 21, 2014 – Signs Bills into Law

    Christopher Simmons
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:55 am
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. /California Newswire/ — On Monday, Calif. Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced that he has signed the following bills, including: AB 230 by Assemblymember Brian Maienschein (R-San Diego) – Youth athletic programs: background checks. And, AB 1393 by Assemblymember Henry T. Perea (D-Fresno) – Personal income taxes: income exclusion: mortgage debt forgiveness. Additional Bills Signed Include: • AB 1547 by Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez (D-Los Angeles) – Domestic Violence Advisory Council. • AB 1668 by Assemblymember Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) – Educational…
  • Larry Weisenthal, M.D., Ph.D., today announced new findings that unravel mysteries about the root cause of atherosclerosis

    Christopher Simmons
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:57 am
    HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. /California Newswire/ — Larry Weisenthal, M.D., Ph.D., today announced new findings that unravel mysteries about the root cause of atherosclerosis – the narrowing of blood vessels that leads to heart attack and stroke. It is a big step toward developing drugs, possibly in the very near future, that prevent the most common forms of heart disease, he says. Weisenthal is a physician and researcher. He has discovered a previously unknown biological mechanism that accounts for vascular calcification – hardening of the arteries. Dr. Weisenthal has named…
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    Californiality

  • Test your Californiality here

    Adrian Rodriguez
    7 Jul 2014 | 8:40 pm
    While the peer-reviewed proof that this is scientific has yet to be published, you can now take a test that determines your exact percentage of "California."If you score 90 percent or more, congratulations... you're hella Californian.The "How California Are You?" test has been circulating on Facebook for a few weeks and it really does a good job of combining questions that are simply factual -- and therefore easy to research in another browser tab -- and questions that can only be answered if you truly know what it's like living in California.It also does a good job of avoiding questions that…
  • It's 4th of July this week; who's permitted

    Adrian Rodriguez
    1 Jul 2014 | 7:49 am
    Fourth of July is fast-approaching this Friday, and you know what that means -- a lot of bright colorful lights streaming through the sky, the sound of pops and whistles emanating throughout the streets, and a whole lot of lost dogs and cats roaming the bullet shell-ridden landscape.Ah... Welcome to Independence Day festivities in sunny California.If you're familiar with these images, you probably live in a big city in California. There are actually 293 communities in the Golden State that are permitted to sale and use fireworks (the state-approved kind, of course). Here's a list of those…
  • Californiality: 2014 budget policies reflect needs of community colleges

    Marcus Ruiz Evans
    25 Jun 2014 | 9:24 pm
    Analysis: Marcus Evans (marcus@californiality.com)Higher tuition fees at the community college level are a reality for many students, but Californiality's analysis of 2014 policies suggest the state is listening to the system's concerns and taking action as well.In fact, community colleges have received a higher increase in funding than the University of California or California State University systems have received.While the impact of these new 2014 policies are yet to be seen, it appears the state is taking the issue seriously.The California state budget for education in 2014 increases…
  • Californiality: UC tuition spike harsher than at other colleges

    Marcus Ruiz Evans
    25 Jun 2014 | 12:14 pm
    Analysis: Marcus Evans (marcus@californiality.com)Although tuition costs have risen, University of California students can still afford to get a higher education, according to the latest report by the UC system -- the same conclusion it made in 2010, the year student protests about the cost of schooling surged on its campuses.A series of forced cuts in response to the global recession in 2008 prompted the UC system to raise tuition and conduct periodic reviews.Californiality conducted a review of how the recession affected the UC system and found that it faced a much harsher round of tuition…
  • Drought-striken California passes budget with $1.6 billion "Rainy Day" fund

    Adrian Rodriguez
    23 Jun 2014 | 1:35 pm
    It's not the best metaphor to use amid a record drought throughout California, but Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed the 2014-2015 California budget into law -- including $1.6 billion being deposited into a "Rainy Day" fund for the state.It's the first deposit in the fund since 2007. It would grow to $4.6 billion by 2017-18 if voters approve that in November -- and ironically, a considerable lack of rain might be the actual cause of the state tapping this fund.(Flickr Credit: Jordan Martinez)Otherwise California is on track to pay off its debts, build a reserve, and fix the "broken…
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    Travelinlocal Fat Loss Blog

  • A Great Garcinia Cambogia Resource

    Balkins
    16 Jul 2014 | 3:38 pm
    Garcinia Cambogia can be a life changing product for those looking to actually make a drastic change in their lifestyle. Being overweight carries a lot of negative consequences, whether it’s physical or mental. Physically a person is less attractive is they are overweight, we have seen this time and time again as people do not strive to be fat, but rather to be slim. This can be attributed to the simple fact that as humans we look at others from a survivalist standpoint. If someone is not healthy looking, rather overweight and prone to health issues, they will not seem as attractive because…
  • Garcinia Cambogia Fat Busters Exposed

    Balkins
    3 Apr 2014 | 4:52 pm
    Many medical professionals have studied Garcinia Cambogia for many years and have actually discovered appealing things about the remove. The natural chemicals that are inside the plant encourage weight loss. People that intend to drop weight utilize it regularly. Knowing this sort of logic can be hard. Scientific lookings for reveal that the Garcinia fruit is one of the most powerful on the planet. It is made use of as an effective diet assistance for the obese. Weight problems is a large issue that is currently ravaging the country. Many women do not like to be fat. Fat women are hideous and…
  • Garcinia Cambogia In Australia: Tips For Women

    Balkins
    20 Mar 2014 | 4:42 pm
    Australian women looking for Garcinia Cambogia extract should be informed about the best way to possibly use it. Many people are looking for a quick fix to attach their weight loss goals, and Garcinia can really reap a lot of benefits. Increased energy and reduced fatigue is a nice one if you are looking to also increase the amount of exercise you are doing while taking the capsules. Another important piece of information is to realize that your appetite will be drastically reduced when consuming this extract. The pure form of it is what you want, however, and you should not go and pick up…
 
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    Downtown L.A. Law Group

  • Cadillac SRX Accident Lawsuit: GM Ignition Switch Class Action Attorney

    Farid Yaghoubtil
    3 Jul 2014 | 12:58 pm
    June 30 2014: General Motors has announced the latest recall of millions more vehicles due to the auto manufacturers defective ignition key system resulting in the vehicle electrical system shutting down while being driven. According to official estimate GM’s ignition key system has been a contributing factor in hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries. […]
  • Pontiac Grand Prix Ignition Switch Lawsuit – Injury form Accidents

    Farid Yaghoubtil
    2 Jul 2014 | 5:33 pm
    On June 30, 2014 General Motors and the Federal Government issued yet another recall of a vehicle due to unintended ignition key rotation. One of the vehicles involved in the most recent recall is the Pontiac Gran Prix model year 2004 through to 2008. Individuals who have been involved in accident caused by ignition switch […]
  • Can I Sue for Being Knocked Over by a Dog – Injury Lawsuit Information

    Farid Yaghoubtil
    2 Jul 2014 | 3:57 pm
    Our law firm has helped many individual who have suffered dog bites and dog attacks receive monetary compensation for the injuries they have suffered. In some instances victims of dog attacks are not bitten but still suffer injuries from being knocked over by the animals jumping on them. Victims are able to receive compensation form […]
  • Chevy Cobalt Air Bag Failure Lawsuit – GM Ignition Switch Class Action

    Farid Yaghoubtil
    25 Jun 2014 | 7:32 pm
    Auto manufacturing giant General Motors has issued millions of recalls over the past year due to a defect in their vehicle ignition switch systems. One of the chief concerns regarding these vehicles is a heightened risk of their Airbags failing to deploy upon an inspection due to e shutting down of the vehicles electronic systems […]
  • Bicycle Accidents Caused By Unused Train Tracks – Lawsuit Info

    Farid Yaghoubtil
    25 Jun 2014 | 11:36 am
    Over the past 30 years Cars and other transportation vehicles have become increasingly safer. In contrast however, due to a lack of funding by federal and state agencies, our roads have become more hazardous. Bicycle and motorcycle riders are at the greatest risk of suffering serious injuries due to the failure local, city and state […]
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