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CALIFORNIA NOT YET ON FLU'S HIT LIST
According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
California is not yet on the list of States reporting a severe
level of flu activity.
The States that are currently on the list include: Alaska,
Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi,
Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina,
Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee,
Texas, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
The CDC has said that the flu season has not yet peaked
and it can not determine either when that will occur or when
the current wave of influenza will subside.
-- California News Daily report
NEW SPEAKER DECLARES 'WAR ON SCHWARZENEGGER'
Mexican-American Dem talks tough in Spanish, is conciliatory
Nunez, the fiery Democratic assemblyman from Los Angeles
set to ascend to the powerful
-- World Net Daily Exclusive
CALIFORNIA HESPANIC GROUPS CALL FOR BOYCOTT
Will California Commerce Come to a Halt Today?
December 12 - Will the Hispanic Strike really have an impact
on business in California today?
-- Las Vegas Sun
ARE YOU READY TO PAY TAXES ON YOUR INTERNET ACCESS IN CA?
Logjam In the Senate Over Web Taxes
renewal of the ban on Internet taxes, once considered to
be a given in Congress, is suddenly
EDITOR'S NOTE: CONGRESS
HAS FAILED TO RENEW INTERNET TAX BAN
With the current economic pinch in Sacramento,
be ready for California Legislators to take advantage of
the lapse of U.S. Congress renewing the ban on taxing Internet
service. Some politicians feel consumers will be less likely
to rebel against the new taxes due to recent reductions in
Internet connection fees by a number of California Internet
service providers (ISPs), including SBC and Verizon.
ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT IS A BROKEN A LAW
Delisting of Ubiquitous San Joaquin Valley Herb Shows Why
last week, the Endangered Species Act was declared “broken” by
the senior Bush Administration official
-- Pacific Legal Foundation - Defending our Values,
Preserving our LIberties - Emma Suarez
NEW GOV MAKING GOOD
Schwarzenegger has made deft moves, so far
the normal meet-and-greet world of government, where a
-- Christian Science Monitor
UCLA STUDY SAYS NON-CALIFORNIA CITIZENS HAVE RIGHT TO VOTE
Study Poses Amending California Constitution to Allow Noncitizen
study from UCLA's Chicano Studies Research Center called
Wednesday for giving California's 4.6 million noncitizen
-- L.A. Daily News
L.A. BLACK LEADER REPUDIATES JESSE JACKSON
'Other Jesse' takes on racial 'scam artists'
by growing respect as a passionate and courageous pursuer
of truth, Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson
-- World Net Daily
CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS NOT MAKING THE GRADES
Dumbing down of education fightin'
California, the passing score for the high school exit
exam was lowered to 55 percent,
-- L.A. Daily News
DEMOCRATS' CAMPAIGN TO STEREOTYPE JANICE ROGERS BROWN
Due process denied
nominees to federal circuit courts of appeals have been
as fiercely attacked as Janice Rogers Brown of the California
-- Washington Times
DEMS DID ROLE REVERSAL ON SB60 - VOTED TO REPEAL!
The California Legislature repeals SB60
Driver's license law repeal clears Senate - Sacramento