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California governor signs law mandating vaccines for all kindergarteners

California Governor Jerry Brown signed the controversial mandatory vaccination bill into law today, June 30, making California only the third state in the nation to enact such legislation.“The science is clear," Brown wrote in his signing statement, a

California's New Law Will Make Anti-Vaxxers Flip A Table

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed one of the strictest mandatory vaccination bills in the nation into law today. [ more › ]

Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Tough New Vaccination Law

Image via Shutterstock The Los Angeles Times reports that California Governor Jerry Brown has signed one of the nation's toughest vaccination bills, mandating that children who attend public schools must be vaccinated against common diseases and that no non-medical exemptions will be allowed. "The science is clear that vaccines dramatically protect...

Gov. Jerry Brown signs tough new vaccination law

Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed one of the nation's toughest mandatory childhood vaccination bills, moving to end exemptions from state immunization laws based on religious or other personal beliefs.

UN Sec-Gen: Obama To Sign International Agreement “To End Global Poverty” (VIDEO)

Guest post by Patch Adams San Francisco City Hall decorated for the 70th Anniversary of the United Nations.(Screengrab) Last Friday,... The post UN Sec-Gen: Obama To Sign International Agreement “To End Global Poverty” (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

In bipartisan ceremony, Obama signs trade legislation, calls for infrastructure bill

President Obama hailed a "true bipartisan effort" on Monday as he signed a package of trade bills into law, and he called on Washington to summon a similar spirit of compromise to address the nation's crumbling infrastructure. Obama was joined by seven members of Congress, including two Republicans, during a signing ceremony for the two […]

Pending Home Sales Hit Highest Level In Nine Years In May

credit: Peter Dazeley/getty images The number of contracts signed to buy previously-owned homes rose again in May to reach its highest level in more than nine years, the National Association of Realtors said Monday. NAR’s Pending Home Sales Index, which tracks contract signings (as opposed to closed sales), rose 0.9% in May to a level [...]

Someone Put Up a Sign Slamming Obama in Their Front Yard – Then It Went Totally Viral

Obama has been one of the weakest presidents in history, especially when it comes to national security, foreign policy, and the military. So one homeowner decided to poke a little

Pending Home Sales Climb to 9-Year High

Ron Antonelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images By JOSH BOAK WASHINGTON -- More Americans signed contracts to purchase homes in May, as pending sales climbed to their highest level in more than nine years. The National Association of Realtors said Monday that its seasonally adjusted pending home sales index rose 0.9 percent to 112.6 last month. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Ian Desmond showing signs of stability at the plate

Though the Nationals lost Game 2 of Sunday’s doubleheader with the Phillies, they did not do so quietly. Their bats cracked for five runs on 10 hits with a lineup lacking most of its regulars, and provided two monstrous home runs in the process.Read full article >>

Monday's Morning Email: Global Markets On Edge As Greece Nears Default

TOP STORIES To get The Morning Email, HuffPost's daily roundup of the news, in your inbox, sign up here. GLOBAL MARKETS ON EDGE AS GREECE NEARS DEFAULT "Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Sunday that the nation's banks and stock market would be closed on Monday amid fears of financial collapse. Show More Summary

Worried Greeks Jam Nation's ATMs

Need a tangible sign of Greece's financial turmoil? Look at the ATM lines. Anxious Greeks have been lining up all weekend, worried about the possibility of financial controls being imposed to stop banks from hemorrhaging funds. Today, the European Central Bank refused to increase emergency credit to Greek banks, a...

Boswell: Harper’s numbers project him to join some pretty elite company

One of the hardest and most controversial questions in baseball from the day he signed with the Washington Nationals in 2010 is: How good is Bryce Harper?After his rookie of the year season at age 19 (22 homers, 98 runs in 2012) helped...Show More Summary

Guest Editorial: Hasn't Brian Williams Suffered Enough? By Brian Williams

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ANDREW H. WALKER / THINKSTOCK This has been a difficult year for our troubled nation, and I don't think I have to tell you that it doesn't show signs of getting any easier. Racial injustice, climate change, the corporate sleeper hold...Show More Summary

REWIND: The New Music Industry’s Week In Review

Apple Music changes its tune, Live Nation, Universal Music, WME invest in doppler labs, TIDAL adds Tunecore and more this week in the music industry. DON'T SIGN YOUR CONTRACT YET! Apple Music NOT Likely To Pay Full Royalties During Free Trials TIDAL Adds Tunecore, DistroKid Distribution As CEO Resigns, 25...

Remember When Brian Brown Came to My House for Dinner?

4 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The head of the National Organization for Marriage came to my house for dinner in the summer of 2012 to debate me on same-sex marriage. Here's how the night ended: I'm detecting signs of stopping—our side has been winning at the polls, at the ballot boxes, and in the courts since Brian Brown came to dinner. Show More Summary

Why Tokyo, Manila and Washington are worried about China's development bank

For a while there, it was looking like a multilateral organisation without a quorum. Some sniggered when only 21 nations signed the original MoU of China's Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in October 2014. But what a 21 it was: China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kazakstan and the ASEANs. Show More Summary

California doctor groups praise Assembly's vote on vaccine measure

California physician groups praised the Assembly's passage of one of the toughest mandatory vaccination laws in the nation, and urged Gov. Jerry Brown to sign it if the bill reaches his desk.

Organized Labor Needs to Take Dem Scalps on Trade, While US Falls To China in Pacific

President Obama hasn’t signed the bill yet, but the Senate’s passage of fast track legislation yesterday ensures that the nation … Continue reading ?

“New Rick Perry Super PAC Ad May Amount to an Illegally Large Campaign Donation”

Shane Goldmacher National Journal: A new ad from the super PAC supporting Rick Perry may amount to an illegally sized campaign contribution because it prominently features official signs and paraphernalia from the Perry campaign. The 30-second spot, which began airing in … Continue reading ?

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