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THE NOONER for November 10, 2014

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Greetings, Nooner community. I'm still recovering from that whirlwind DC trip with the 2:24am EST fire alarm on Friday and now have a cold. Later today we should have an updated vote total on the Ami Bera v. Doug Ose race, which will be key in the Nooner election contest. 

Meanwhile:

  • "State Controller John Chiang today released his monthly report covering California's cash balance, receipts and disbursements in October 2014. Total revenues for the fourth month of Fiscal Year 2014-15 were $6.0 billion, coming in above Budget Act estimates by $662.2 million, or 12.3 percent. For the fiscal year to date (July 1-October 31), total revenues reached $27.9 billion, beating estimates by $1.2 billion, or 4.5 percent."
  • Prop. 46 foes spent $60 million to maintain 1975 malpractice award cap [Melanie Mason @ LAT] - "[F]acing nearly $60 million amassed by opponents, the ballot measure was rejected by more than two-thirds of voters — failing in every California county. The rejection left lawyers on their heels and the prospect of future increases in pain and suffering awards in medical negligence cases murky."

#CAKEDAY: Happy birthday to Noelle Mattock!

#GHOSTSOFCAKEDAYSPAST: Happy birthday to Teddy Gashaw and Patrick Harbison (yesterday)! 

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  • The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association is building healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke every day.  Consider joining us as our Government Relations Director for the State of California.  This position is based in Sacramento and is an integral member of the team that manages, plans, directs and implements our statewide advocacy program focused on cardiovascular public health.  We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, ongoing professional development and a collaborative, results-oriented environment in which to work and grow.  To apply, visit our website at www.heart.org/careers.  EOE M/F/D/V

  • Capitol Weekly, UC Center and Leadership California Institute present A Post-Mortem of the Election, Nov 6 in Sacramento. Over two dozen participants, including Jim Brulte and Ace Smith.  The day concludes with a Welcome Reception for New Legislators. Click here for info or call 916-444-7665.
  • Please join us for Capitol Network's fall luncheon featuring Diane Boyer-Vine, Legislative Counsel, on Thursday, November 6 from 11:30 am – 1 pm. Ms. Boyer-Vine will be sharing information about the inner workings of the Office of Legislative Counsel, the legislature's official attorney. In addition, Ms. Boyer-Vine will offer insights about her professional career and how she got to her current position. Register HERE: www.eventbrite.com/e/capitol-network-luncheon-featuring-diane-boyer-vine-legislative-counsel-tickets-13192034731


 

 

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