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  • ... have jammed a series of egregious assaults on the Golden State's constitutionally protected sovereignty. But don't take my ... such standards."TRANSLATION: Republicans want to roll back negotiated water-delivery and endangered species settlements to 1994, ...
  • ... races. In the Central Valley, they're hoping that bad news on the (cracked) ground will translate into good news in the voting ... out of currently flush Southern California reservoirs back to those northern areas in dire straits. This was also a bit of ...
  • As drought hits hard, Angelenos are fighting back . Southern California has long had a rocky relationship with water: To stay alive in this semi- arid piece of the planet, Angelenos have stolen it, plundered it and ... neighbors on YouTube. They're replacing those green lawns with drought -tolerant plants and keeping an eye on their ...
  • ... unwilling to work shall not eat.   Charles Payne, Fox News contributor:   A lot of people are lazy and a lot of people ... Maybe she will shame some of those on the dole to get back in the working world and contribute something to the economy.   Ted ...
  • A new report reveals that birds of America's deserts, chaparral, and sagebrush lands are in more trouble than ... {"additionalClasses":""}] Bendire's thrashers, and other arid land birds, are in deep trouble | Photo: Richard W./Flickr/Creative Commons License A new report from a consortium of wildlife conservation organizations reveals that birds of America's ...
  • ... the right-wing's concerted pressure. In so doing, he went back on a campaign pledge that science not politics would determine EPA ... so, this was yet another miscalculation: there are no slow news days in the contemporary news cycle, as attested in the blistering ...
  • ... agencies. The GOP got very little presidential push back , and Salazar himself initially indicated that he would hold off on ... President Clinton, who no one has ever confused with his green running mate Al Gore, showed little interest in things environmental. ...
  • ... efforts that are working to prepare the Golden State for the effects of climate change -- while growing our economy and improving the lives of ... yard in the San Fernando Valley with high albedo slurry. Back to the science. Dr. Hall's downscaling study was an essential precursor ...
  • ... legislators to control hydraulic fracturing in the Golden State would have little effect. While it is true that the Bureau of ... as an unalloyed good or to recall that Inside-the-Beltway politics are not the only politics it needs to consider. As the four-pack ...
  • ... shaped by dynamic visions, both individual and collective. Commentary brings together diverse perspectives on the future of California by looking into its history and generating innovative ...

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