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California Bishops File Complaint Against State Abortion Coverage Mandate, Gender Selection

The California Catholic Conference filed a complaint Wednesday against the state's mandate that Catholic institutions cover all forms of voluntary direct abortion, including late-term and gender selection, stating that defending the sanctity of life is essential to Catholic beliefs.

Stem to Install Smart Energy Storage at Extended Staty Hotels

Events are unfolding quickly in the nascent market for intelligent energy storage systems, especially in California, where a state mandate is fueling demand. Early market leader Stem on Sept. 30 announced it has finalized an agreement to install its energy intelligence platforms across 68 Extended Stay America hotels in the Golden State.

From my inbox today – “Climate Credit”

This is reminiscent of how it started in Australia with the carbon tax. Look for a Climate Credit from the State of California on Your October Utility Bill This month your electricity bill will include a credit identified as the “California Climate Credit.” Twice a year, in April and October, your household and millions of…

New California Gun Law the First of Its Kind in the U.S.

Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a landmark gun control bill Tuesday making California the first state in the country to allow those who suspect a close relative might pose a threat to seek a restraining order that would confiscate any...Show More Summary

Cal State campuses begin accepting fall 2015 applications

California State University campuses on Wednesday began accepting applications for the fall 2015 term and officials expect the numbers to exceed last year's record.

Judge rules loss could be imposed on Calpers in Stockton bankruptcy

By Robin Respaut SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - The U.S. bankruptcy judge overseeing Stockton, California's municipal bankruptcy trial on Wednesday ruled that the state's public employee retirement system, known as Calpers, could be forced to absorb losses along with other creditors. Show More Summary

Why 100 Billion Plastic Bags Could Vanish From Stores Across the United States

California is set to ban plastic bags, if this trend continues paper bags could get a hefty boost.

California drought promotes early date harvest

California’s drought, with its hot dry conditions, may have been a bane to many fruit and vegetable producers, but it’s been a boon to the state’s date growers.

Medical Marijuana in California: A Successful Treatment for a Wide Range of Patients

Anyone can be a medical cannabis patient in California. This rhetoric has plagued the inaugural medical cannabis state since 1996. Given the absence of a codified list of approved condition from the legislature and willingness of many...Show More Summary

U.S. judge set to rule on how Calpers 'fits' in Stockton bankruptcy

SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - The U.S. bankruptcy judge overseeing Stockton, California's municipal bankruptcy trial on Wednesday said he will make a determination later in the day about the role of the state's public employees' retirement fund, or Calpers, in the case. Show More Summary

California Finally Makes the Forced Sterilization of Female Inmates Illegal

16 hours agoNews : Truthdig

Shutterstock Remember a few months ago when we told you about a Golden State bill that aimed to restrict tubal sterilization in prisons? Senate Bill 1135 brought to light the horrific fact that “between 2006 and 2010 prison doctors signed...Show More Summary

Iowa Troopers Steal $100,000 in Poker Winnings From Two Players Driving Through the State

16 hours agoNews : Reason

The Des Moines Register highlights an Iowa forfeiture case, the subject of a federal lawsuit filed his week, in which state troopers took $100,000 in winnings from wo California poker players traveling through the state on their wayShow More Summary

Higher-wage industries boost hiring in L.A., but income growth lags

16 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

California is “in growth mode from top to bottom,” but the expansion is happening unevenly around the state, a report by Los Angeles research firm Beacon Economics found.

Higher-wage industries boost hiring in L.A., but income growth lags

California is “in growth mode from top to bottom,” but the expansion is happening unevenly around the state, a report by Los Angeles research firm Beacon Economics found.

Dodgers owner Peter Guber could add Chivas USA to his holdings

17 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Peter Guber, who already owns a share of the Dodgers and the NBA's Golden State Warriors, is about to add to his sports portfolio in California as part of a group set to purchase Major League Soccer's troubled Chivas USA franchise.

Morning Linkage: How LA Will Handle Ebola, Clippers Coach Selling in Westwood

· Here's how LA would deal with ebola if necessary · Big players fighting for concessions contract at Greek Theatre · California has become the first state to ban plastic bags · County cash for water pipeline, Ford Amphitheatre...

California abolishes “gay panic” defense for LGBT hate crimes

The state is the first to outlaw a defense tactic contrived to reduce sentences for LGBT assaults

If You Are Deemed A Threat, They Are Coming For Your Guns – Now In A State Near You

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton NoisyRoom.net Gov. Jerry (moonbat) Brown of California Please define what a person deemed a ‘threat‘ means… Governor Brown just signed a gun confiscation bill that should send

Breaking: California Governor Signs Bill to Allow Gun Confiscation from Family Members

Joseph Stalin’s firearms confiscation was a tremendous success for the Socialist state. Under the Tsar, Russia was one of the most heavily armed societies on earth. That all changed when Stalin and the communists took control.  Stalin was able to … Continue reading ?

California: Few apples for picking in Julian in state's driest year

At this time of year, apple orchards in Julian should be booming with visitors who want to pick a basket or two. But in this driest year on record, most apple orchards in the mountain town northeast of San Diego are closed, and apples are in short supply.

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