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Stand up to the militarization of our police departments throughout this country

Published on August 17, 2014 by in News

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By Editor I report, you decide. By Barry Levinson| Well, ladies and gentlemen, when our Commander-in-Chief said that we need to stop being the world’s policeman, I never thought that our police were going to become our military force. Yet that is …
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Fullerton events for Sunday! August 17

Published on August 17, 2014 by in News

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Unwind with a great brunch and a Beatles tribute band. End your week strong in Fullerton! To Do Today: 8am-1pm: At Big’s Fullerton get all you can eat Brunch with regular drink purchase for $9.99, or for $16.99 with bottomless mimosas. 10am: Want to create your own day? See what else is going on with the help of our Guides […]

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11 Hot Debates to Watch This Week

Published on August 16, 2014 by in News

By By VOICE OF OC STAFF Santa Ana activists oppose the Townsend Street anti-gang injunction, it’s a fracking face-off at the Board of Supervisors, Arte Moreno contract talks—again—in Anaheim and much more around the county. …read more

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Who is Running for Fullerton City Council in 2014, and Why

Published on August 16, 2014 by in News

By fullertonrag Seven candidates, including two incumbents, have filed papers to run for two open seats on the Fullerton City Council. The election takes place on November 4, with vote by mail ballots available a month earlier. The field consists of Jane Rands, Sean Paden, Doug Chaffee, Greg Sebourn, Larry Bennett, Rick Alvarez, and Bill Chaffee. Let’s […]
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Fullerton events for Saturday! August 16

Published on August 16, 2014 by in News

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We have two new exhibits opening up today, complete with an opening ceremony with refreshments and entertainment. Check those out and more! To do Today: 9am: Head to Fullerton Arboretum for Yoga in the Garden. Connect with nature and your spirit as you practice yoga in their beautiful garden setting. Music, spare mats, and snacks are provided. $13/members $15/nonmembers. 9am-2pm: […]

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Orientation Programs Welcome International Students

Published on August 15, 2014 by in News

By strategiccomm@fullerton.edu (strategic communications) Nearly 1,500 new international students arriving on campus for the fall semester will participate in Aug. 11-21 orientation programs offered by University Extended Education’s International Gateway Programs in collaboration with the Office of International Programs, and New Student and Parent Programs. …read more

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In Memoriam – Emigdio Vasquez

Published on August 15, 2014 by in News

By strategiccomm@fullerton.edu (strategic communications) Cal State Fullerton graduate was a pioneer in the Chicano arts movement. …read more

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A Water Bond for All of California

Published on August 15, 2014 by in News

By JohnBressler

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Friday, August 15, 2014

In 1960 the State Legislature and Governor Pat Brown took a visionary step forward by approving plans for a vast water infrastructure investment called the State Water Project. It would provide California with a series of reservoirs and conveyance systems that Californians rely upon today.

While this project successfully served the needs of California’s 16 million residents for many decades, it can no longer handle the demands of the 38 million people who call California home today. That’s why I’m pleased the Legislature took action this week to place a $7.5 billion bond on the November ballot. This is an important first step for many reasons.

The most important part of this bond is the funding dedicated to new storage projects in California. This is the first bond in decades that contains funding for statewide water improvement projects that will provide California with more water. The $2.7 billion set aside for new storage should be enough, when matched with federal and local funds, to build two new facilities: Sites Reservoir in Colusa County and Temperance Flat Dam in Fresno County.

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No-Frills Bond Has Necessary Water Storage Component

Published on August 15, 2014 by in News

By JohnBressler

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Friday, August 15, 2014

Also published at FoxAndHoundsDaily.com

I’m pleased with the actions taken by Republicans and Democrats to forge a bipartisan compromise on a water bond that will appear on this November’s ballot. The $7.5 billion dollar plan is important for a number of reasons.

First and foremost, while we’ve passed five or so “water” bonds in the past 15 years in the amount of $19 billion dollars, this is the first recent bond that actually contains significant funding for new water storage. This is money that will be matched with federal and local funds to build two new reservoirs – one in Northern California and the second on the San Joaquin River in Central California.

Republicans have consistently said that new storage is essential for providing a reliable water source.

To that point, $2.7 billion dollars – nearly 40 percent of the bond funds – are dedicated to new storage projects. Significantly – these projects will also receive continuous appropriation – which means the funding can’t be blocked by the Legislature in the future.

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Senator Huff Testifies Before the Joint Legislative Audit Committee (JLAC)

Published on August 15, 2014 by in News

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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Senator Huff presents a formal request for an audit of finances in the state takeover of the Inglewood Unified School District

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