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THE Nooner for July 31, 2016
Happy Sunday! It'll be a great day here near The Nooner Global Headquarters! It's the Sactown Chicken Wings fest across the street.
6 things to look for when the Legislature returns [Anisu Siripauru @SacBee] - August is shaping up to be a busy month for California legislators, who return from their summer recess Monday to face a number of pressing issues.”
#CAKEDAY: Happy birthday to Treasurer John Chiang, the BOE's Mai Harvill, League of CA Cities's Dane Hutchings, and Amy "Super" Supinger!
Many In Law Enforcement Oppose Prop. 64 But Lack Funds To Fight - The Orange County Register
BROOKE EDWARDS STAGGS @ ocregister.com
Proposition 64 has raised more than $6.5 million from five sources:
Even With Insurance, Family Of Medically Fragile Child Struggles To Find Home Health Care | State Of Health | Kqed News
Brian and Laura are both employed full time and have health insurance with United Healthcare through Laura’s job at Apple. Despite the insurance, they estimate they’re paying $5,000 a month, out-of-pocket, for hired care and copays.
Glass Ceiling Shatters In Philly But Not California | The Sacramento Bee
Dan Morain @ sacbee.com
Editorial page editor, political affairs columnist and editorial writer
San Diegans Call For Dialog In Wake Of Police Shootings | Sandiegouniontribune.com
San Diego Community College Police officer Jane Obara touches the badge on the memorial to fallen officers at the San Diego Police Headquarters on Saturday in San Diego, California. — Eduardo Contreras
California Initiative Draws Fire For Opening The Door To Tv Ads That Promote Pot Smoking
Nearly a half-century after tobacco ads were kicked off television stations, an initiative in California seeks to pave the way for some day allowing TV commercials that promote pot smoking.
Charles Koch Warns Politicians Are Offering ‘frightening’ Answers To Improve Society
On Saturday, network officials said that Koch-backed groups would begin invoking Democratic contender Hillary Clinton in paid outreach to voters in key U.S. Senate races, but would not run an overt campaign against her presidential bid or jump in on behalf of Trump.
Man Shot In Face By Elk Grove Police Officer Gets Payout | The Sacramento Bee
Denny Walsh and Sam Stanton @ sacbee.com
By Denny Walsh and Sam Stanton
Letter from Washington: Trying to Pin Down an Unpredictable Presidential Election
Some political operatives believe the raceâÂÂs dynamics will be set in August, while others say little will change over the next five weeks.
Feinstein Skips Democratic Convention Because Of Husband's Cancer Treament
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Koch Political Network Plans To Invoke Hillary Clinton In Senate Ads
In Ohio, for example, Koch-backed groups may hit Democratic Senate contender and former Ohio governor Ted Strickland on his energy stance, comparing his position to that of Clinton's.
Grieving Mother Fights For Unemployment Rights For Family Caregivers - Mercury News
Beau Yarbrough, The San Bernardino Sun @ mercurynews.com
After baby Caleb was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, which left him with half his heart doing the work of a whole heart, Williams and her husband had three options: a heart transplant, open heart surgery or letting Caleb die.
He Was Homeless — But To Get Help, The Rules Said He Had To Prove It
In order for homeless people in Los Angeles to secure a certain type of housing, they must prove they have been homeless for the last year. This rule, which can be impossible to follow for some, is part of the region's complex rulebook that has evolved to sort out the fortunate few from the many who are eligle for scarce housing.
Mexico Announces Plans To Open Pedwest Walkway In September | Sandiegouniontribune.com
Squeezed Garment Factories Use Check Cashing Services To Mask True Wages, Workers Say
In the garment industry, many bosses are keeping pay off the books to mask the fact that they are violating the minimum wage law.
Sanders Vows To 'campaign Vigorously' For Clinton - Politico
Sanders also slammed the campaign of Republican rival Donald Trump for dividing the nation.
Not All New North Bay Train Workers Can Afford To Live There - San Francisco Chronicle
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California's Coast: How We Come To Care And Why We Sometimes Go Wrong
On his road trip down California’s coast, the columnist retraces his childhood footsteps and talks to a former coastal commissioner who blasts the panel’s move toward developer interests.
Lee Baca, Prosecutors Fail To Reach New Plea Deal | 89.3 Kpcc
Southern California Public Radio @ scpr.org
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca announces his unexpected retirement on January 7, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. David McNew/Getty Images
Murder Weapon Was Mayor’s Stolen Gun - Gate House
By Roger Phillips
Clinton: GOP convention 'spent more time on insults for me than on jobs for you'
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke at a campaign stop in Johnstown, Pa.