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THE Nooner for October 7, 2016

 

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US SENATE: Beyond the dab, Sanchez and Harris have their differences [Christopher Cadelago @ SacBee] - "U.S. Senate underdog Loretta Sanchez smiled, scowled and gestured her way through her only debate with Democratic rival Kamala Harris on Wednesday night, consistently exceeding her time limit and punctuating her closing remarks by striking a made-for-social-media pose."

THE TWO: California’s U.S. senators always a study in stylistic contrast [Dan Walters @ SacBee] - "In 1992, the state’s voters elected two new senators, Democrats Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, and the pattern continued. Feinstein took care of business while Boxer made headlines, such as her infamously egocentric berating of an Army general in 2009 for calling her “ma’am” during testimony."

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  • The Junior League of Sacramento is hosting its second annual Touch-a-Truck event on Sunday, October 9 from 10am-4pm in the Raley Field parking lot. Tickets are $10 here and kids five and under are free. The family-friendly and community event provides children the unique opportunity to see and touch heavy machinery, and meet the people who operate them. The event will feature live entertainment and a variety of trucks including fire trucks, police cars, dump trucks and food trucks. Contact mlbaker1852@gmail.com.

  • Oakland based public relations, public affairs and Democratic political consulting firm, with a portfolio of high-profile clients seeks an experienced and talented communicator to join our team. Should have at least two years of experience. This is not a campaign job but campaign experience is valued. Resumes, .pdf preferred, to oaklandprsearch@gmail.com
  • Oakland based public relations, public affairs and Democratic political consulting firm, with a portfolio of high-profile clients seeks an experienced and talented communicator to join our team. Should have at least two years of experience. This is not a campaign job but campaign experience is valued. Resumes, .pdf preferred, to oaklandprsearch@gmail.com
  • Office Space for Rent: Quiet location two blocks away from Capitol.  Share space with a professional services firm.  Up to three offices in six-office suite (2,300 sqft).  Conference room, copy/printer room, reception, kitchenette, janitorial, parking.  Terms are negotiable. 1510 14th Street, Sacramento. (916) 444-7158.
  • Emerge California is seeking a new Executive Director.  Are you a fierce advocate for growing the ranks of Democratic women in elected and appointed office? Are you dedicated to changing the face of politics by making our representation look as diverse as California?
    Consider applying today! Find the full job description here and send your resume and cover letter to the Search Committee at edsearch@emergeca.org. Join the Emerge team, and help advance our mission of identifying, training and encouraging women to run for local public office, get elected and seek higher office!
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Independent Expenditure Reports

Committee Candidate (Support/Oppose) Amount Received Date Report Date
Alliance For California's Tomorrow, A California Business Coalition Eloise Reyes (Oppose) $2,500 10/05/2016 10/05/2016
Automobile Club Of Southern California Marijuana Legalization $53,000 10/05/2016 10/05/2016
Bloomfield, Bill David F. Hadley (Support) $29,089 09/22/2016 10/05/2016
California Alliance For Progress And Education, An Alliance Of Small Business Organizations Young Kim (Support) $24,119 10/05/2016 10/05/2016
California Alliance For Progress And Education, An Alliance Of Small Business Organizations Marc Steinorth (Support) $15,098 10/05/2016 10/05/2016
California Apartment Association Issues Committee Ordinance On Rent Control (Oppose) $10,088 10/01/2016 10/05/2016
California Apartment Association Issues Committee Charter Amendment On Rent Control (Oppose) $38,662 10/01/2016 10/05/2016
California State Council Of Service Employees Political Committee Eric Linder (Support) $31,625 10/05/2016 10/05/2016
TOP HEADLINES ON AROUNDTHECAPITOL.COM AS OF 12:00PM
Kamala Harris Wins Endorsements From Barbara Boxer And Dianne Feinstein In U.S. Senate Race
latimes.com
Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein on Thursday endorsed state Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris for U.S. Senate, cementing Harris as the chosen candidate among California’s top Democrats.

San Diego Steering Pot Users Toward Legal Dispensaries - The San Diego Union-tribune
San Diego Union Tribune @
sandiegouniontribune.com
The United Medical Marijuana Coalition and City Attorney Jan Goldsmith announce "Buy Safe Buy Legal". A campaign that helps medical marijuana patients separate law-abiding dispensaries from law-breaking dispensaries.

Beyond The Dab, Sanchez And Harris Have Their Differences | The Sacramento Bee
Christopher Cadelago @
sacbee.com
The go-to source for news on California policy and politics

Ceo Of Backpage, Called 'world's Top Online Brothel,' Arrested On Pimping Charges In Crackdown By Kamala Harris
latimes.com
The chief executive of the classified ad website Backpage.com was arrested Thursday on pimping charges, part of a broad crackdown led by state Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris, who criticized the website for profiting from the sex trafficking of adults and children.

Usd Creating 'cyber Range' To Train Students To Fight Digital Intruders - The San Diego Union-tribune
San Diego Union Tribune @
sandiegouniontribune.com
The University of San Diego is creating a “cyber range” where students will experience simulated online attacks and learn how to defend against them and fight back.

Most Of California's Congressional Delegation Already Wants To Get Rid Of Citizens United Regardless Of Proposition 59
latimes.com
More than 30 members of the California delegation already back efforts to overturn the Citizens United decision

Clinton Campaign Chief To Florida: Extend Voter Registration Because Of Storm - Politico
politico.com
The first lady makes it harder for a future president to scrap her South Lawn legacy.

San Joaquin County Reports Half Billion Dollars Loss In Agricultural Production - Capradio.org
Rich Ibarra @
capradio.org
Capital Public Radio, Inc.7055 Folsom BoulevardSacramento, CA 95826

Deputy Chief Of State Rail Authority Will Leave By End Of The Year
latimes.com
The second in command at the California High-Speed Rail Authority, Dennis Trujillo, will leave the organization by the end of the year, according to an internal announcement. Trujillo, chief deputy director at the authority, was among a wave of executives brought in by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2012...

Same Publication, Different Headlines On Prop 13 :: Fox&hounds
foxandhoundsdaily.com
The digital headline read: Four decades later, California experts find that Proposition 13 is a boon to the rich.

Take Two | Are California Roadways Ready If Recreational Marijuana Is Legalized? | 89.3 Kpcc
Southern California Public Radio @
scpr.org
by Susan Carpenter | Take Two

Oil Company Dealt Another Blow On Plan To Ship Crude By Train | The Sacramento Bee
Tony Bizjak @
sacbee.com
By Tony Bizjak

White Nationalist Super Pac Funds New Radio Ads Urging Votes For Donald Trump
latimes.com
Update on 'Campaign 2016 updates: Trump says his caustic comments about women were 'entertainment''

Mycapture | The Union Democrat
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Measure A Tax Increase Divides Conservatives, Liberals Alike | Kpbs
Andrew Bowen @
kpbs.org
Forum On Measure A

Planned Parenthood Opens $30 Million Effort to Target Millennial Voters
nytimes.com
The group’s political arm said it would focus on swing states, highlighting Donald J. Trump’s comments on abortion and canvassing for Democrats in Senate races.

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Mother Of 14-year-old Boy Killed By LAPD In Boyle Heights Files Legal Claim
latimes.com
The mother of a 14-year-old boy shot and killed by Los Angeles police this summer in Boyle Heights filed a legal claim against the city Thursday, alleging police used excessive force.

Colombian President Santos Wins Nobel Peace Prize - Politico
politico.com
The Norwegian Nobel Committee said it believes that Santos, "despite the 'No' majority vote in the referendum, has brought the bloody conflict...

Does San Diego County Have Enough Patients For Its New Hospital Beds?
inewsource.org
The region’s acute care bed count as of 2013 numbered 5,824, which was 2,284 more beds than the region’s population will need by 2020, and 1,577 more than needed by 2030, according to the California Health Care Foundation’s report “Beds for Boomers” issued last year. Not until 2040 would demand for beds come close to matching the region’s supply.

California Regulators Set New Rules For Cancer-causing Pesticide - Capradio.org
Amy Quinton @
capradio.org
Capital Public Radio, Inc.7055 Folsom BoulevardSacramento, CA 95826

16-year-old Boy Killed By LAPD Called 911 Before The Shooting And Left A 'farewell Note,' Police Say
latimes.com
Coroner's officials said Thursday that a 16-year-old boy was fatally shot by LAPD officers in the second of two deadly shootings last weekend that stirred protests and anger.