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  • California Charter Schools Association: The Legal Secretary is responsible for a variety of tasks in support of CCSA’s legal team.  The ideal candidate will have litigation secretary experience. The Legal Secretary will report to the General Counsel/Senior Vice President of Legal Advocacy, along with the three attorneys making up the team.  The Legal Secretary will work in the Sacramento office, but will be assigned to attorneys who work remotely across California. Salary: DOE. www.ccsa.org/about/careers/legal-secretary.html

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Gun Control Initiative Has Strong Support Among California Voters, Poll Finds
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Nearly two-thirds of California voters support a gun control initiative on the November ballot, close to the same percentage of people who say they don’t have a firearm in their home, a survey says.

Despite Trump's Allegations, A 'rigged' Election Is Unlikely, New Study Says - The Orange County Register
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Instances of voter fraud are miniscule, most voting systems are safe from outside hackers and the biggest threat to a clean November election may be aging voting machines, according to extensive studies cited Tuesday by the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University’s School of Law.

$2 Cigarette Tax Hike: Doctors And Hospitals Fight Tobacco Industry | The Sacramento Bee
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The state lawmaker whose sales tax break for diapers was vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown says she thinks the issue should go to voters on the 2018 ballot.

Poll: 1/3 Californians Voting For Trump, Clinton Are Doing So Just To Stop The Other - The Orange County Register
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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton holds a commanding lead in California, but her support – like the support for Republican nominee Donald Trump – is marred by a lack of enthusiasm, according to a poll of California voters released Monday by the Southern California News Group and KABC/Eyewitness News.

Jerry Brown Is Building A Home Off The Grid: One-bedroom, One Soaking Tub And A Solar Array | The Sacramento Bee
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Tampon, Diaper Taxes Will Endure In California | The Sacramento Bee
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Former State Insurance Commission Joins Ucsd - The San Diego Union-tribune
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Former California Insurance Commission Steve Poizner has joined UC San Diego’s Rady School of Management as its inaugural entrepreneur in residence.

On The Death Penalty, California Voters Face Two Stark Choices - San Francisco Chronicle
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Four years after California voters decided narrowly to retain the death penalty, they face an even more dramatic choice: abolish executions or try to speed them up by setting tight time limits for state court rulings and limiting appeals.

On Eve Of Hispanic Heritage Month, California Congressman Proposes American Latino Museum For Third Time
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Sacramento Man Goes From Fighting Terror To Federal Prison | The Sacramento Bee
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The Public Thinks Hillary Clinton Has Misled On Her Health -- How Trump Recast His Image -- Cruz Ponies Up 100k To Help Senate GOP — Susan Rice In Her Own Words - Politico
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Trump's daughter says Hillary Clinton had decades of opportunity to enact policies similar to the ones proposed by her father.

Court Questions Whether Berkeley Cell Phone Law Goes Too Far - San Francisco Chronicle
sfchronicle.com
A federal appeals court questioned during a hearing Tuesday whether the city of Berkeley is unduly discouraging customers from buying cell phones by requiring retailers to warn them about the possible radiation effects of carrying switched-on phones close to their bodies.

UC Merced Finally Gets Some Respect In Rankings Of Nation's Best Colleges
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UC Merced makes a U.S. News & World Report prestigious list of top universities.

California Brings In More Money Than Expected In August - Capradio.org
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California Coast: Where Obama May Establish New National Monuments
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Median Incomes Are Up And Poverty Rate Down, Surprisingly Strong Census Figures Show
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