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THE Nooner for December 25, 2017
To those who have renewed or begun a new paid subscription, thank you for helping keep The Nooner alive as part of our December drive. We, meaning me and the server hamsters (some of whom are humans), still need 25 10 more new or returning Nooner subscriptions to meet our December goal. Races are shaping up and analyses are being updated daily.
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Well, Merry Christmas and happiest of holidays to you! The President has been tweeting the fallacy that the phrase "Merry Christmas" was eliminated until he became President. Uh, no, this video shows all. Michelle and Barack did it together every year with pleas to support our troops and their families.
FIRES: The Thomas Fire is not expected to be fully contained until January 7, reports Michael Livingston in the Times. Our hearts are with the firefighters and other public safety officials over the holiday.
THE LANDSCAPE: In the Times, Michael Finnegan looks at the political trend that has worked out poorly for the GOP this year and whether it will carry forward in 2018.
GASSY: The Register's Martin Wisckol writes that while Carl DeMaio's gas tax repeal initiative is doing well on building support, Travis Allen's is fading as the January 8 signature deadline approaches and hasn't been gathering signatures because a court battle over the title..
FROM THE DESK OF THE DEAN: George Skelton shares what he didn't get on his Christmas list from Sacramento this year.
POT: For CALmatters, Laurel Rosenhall looks at the coming legalization of recreational marijuana.
SHIPPING: Dan Walters writes for CALmatters that, despite fears from the widened Panama Canal, Southern California port traffic is still strong.
WATER WORKS: The LAT's Rong-Gong Lin writes that after last year's super wet winter, we may be in for a dry one.
CAKEDAY: Happy birthday to Susan Rubio and Veronica Villalobos!
Consultant Position at TBWB Strategies, San Francisco Based Political Consulting Firm
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Associate Position at TBWB Strategies, San Francisco Based Political Consulting Firm
— TBWB Strategies is a strategy and communications consulting firm specializing in public finance ballot measures to secure much needed funding for schools, cities, parks, open space, libraries, transportation, healthcare and more. Associates are responsible for a combination of direct client service and support for the client services team at TBWB Strategies. Associates are expected to keep projects on track, meet deadlines and prepare materials — including direct mail — for each client. Interested candidates can apply here: https://tbwbh.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=2
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Space Available on L Street, across from Capitol. One well-furnished executive office & assistant station. Great views of Capitol. Use of in-suite 10-person conference room, kitchen & color printer/copier. $2,500/mo. Contact Michael Daft @ 916.448.3075 or firstname.lastname@example.org
California State Student Association seeks Government Relations Associate
The position is responsible for identifying and tracking legislation relevant to the organization. Additionally, the position will be responsible for externally representing the organization in legislative meetings and committees. Lastly, the position will be responsible for advising our board of directors and legislative affairs committee. For more information and to apply, visit http://www.aroundthecapitol.com/r.html?s=n&l=http://apptrkr.com/1126853
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As Year Ends, California Lawmakers Are Graded By The People Who Might Count The Most: Interest GroupsJohn Myers @ latimes.com
Lawmakers are elected by voters, but their campaigns often enormously depend on interest groups. And as 2017 comes to a close, the scorecards released by some groups offer a glimpse into who really has power in Sacramento.
Christmas A Time Of Hope, Frustration For Homeless - The San Diego Union-tribuneGary Warth @ sandiegouniontribune.com Memorial Honors 210 Homeless People Who Died On The Streets Of Orange CountyKathleen Luppi @ latimes.com
The event was held blocks from one of the largest homeless encampments in the county, located along the Santa Ana River Trail.
Guatemala Follows Trump's Lead On Jerusalem - Politico
The Guatemalan flag hangs outside the building housing the offices of the Central American Embassy, in the Israeli city of Herzliya, near Tel Aviv. | Jack Guez/Getty Images
Where's The Rain? California Could Suffer An Unusually Dry Winter From San Francisco To Los Angeleslatimes.com
The dry conditions are partly to blame for the worst fire season on record in California. Low humidity and lack of rain coupled with high winds fueled destructive wildfires from Mendocino down to San Diego this fall. In wine country, more than 40 people died and more than 10,000 homes were lost. To the south, the Thomas fire in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties became the largest wildfire on record in California.
Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund daily donor listsfgate.com
Fund total as of Dec. 20: $7,509,870 Advocate ($1,000-$1,499): Peter & Elaine Bull; Anonymous, in memory of Michael Fleice; James & Jessica Fleming; Marvin Lundwall, in memory of Marthajo Lundwall; Paul Miller, in memory of my dad, Richard Miller; Bruce & Bonnie Potter; Burt & Teresa Rosensweig; Melchior Thompson, in memory of Ed & Nita Thompson, R.H. Stinson Sr., and Leslie Stinson; Cal & Mary Tilden. Supporter ($500-$999): Alma & Greg Brown; Ralph & Denise Cooper, in memory of Glenn Cooper, Michael Harrington and Dennis Wurm; Karen & Steve Kostka; Marian Li, in memory of Bud Jones; Edwin Oyarzo; Noel Shumway, in memory of Janetta Shumway.