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Day: September 26, 2022

California

Governor Newsom Signs Legislation to Protect Animal Welfare 9.26.22

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced that he has signed several measures to advance animal welfare in California, including SB 879 by Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), which ends unnecessary toxicological testing on dogs and cats. “For many families, including my own, pets are beloved companions that enrich our lives every day,” said Governor Newsom. […]

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City Council

Detroit City Council to vote on expanding ShotSpotter technology Tuesday | #citycouncil

DETROIT – On Tuesday, the Detroit City Council will vote on whether to expand the use of ShotSpotter, the controversial technology that detects gunshots. Detroit Police Chief James White and Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan call ShotSpotter a powerful tool for safety. They believe it could speed up police response by eliminating the need for a […]

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California

Blacks are owed hundreds of thousands — CalMatters

In summary Black Californians could be due hundreds of thousands of dollars for housing discrimination, incarceration, and health disparities alone, consultants said at reparations task force hearings. California’s task force on reparations has begun putting dollar figures to potential compensation for the various forms of racial discrimination, generational pain and suffering Black Americans experienced in […]

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Mayor

El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells responds to California AG Rob Bonta –

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells has been calling out San Diego County for their “inequitable” distribution of motel vouchers, as El Cajon is clearly taking in the large majority of the county’s homeless. Wells questioned why wealthier cities like Del Mar and La Jolla can’t help shelter the homeless, but County […]

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Alaska

How Rock Climbers and Snowboarders Became a Political Force | #alaska | #politics

Jeremy Jones, an extreme snowboarder, filmmaker and owner of his own clothing brand, never dreamed of becoming a lobbyist. More comfortable in snowboarding bibs and puffy jackets than a suit and tie, the laid-back Jones has quietly become a force in Washington’s power corridors — and this year, his coalition achieved its biggest victory yet. […]

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Alabama

Four to be recognized as Troy University Alumni of the Year during Homecoming celebration | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

Troy University has announced its 2022 Alumni of the Year award recipients. The group of four honorees will be recognized during this year’s Homecoming football game on Oct. 15 when the Trojans welcome Texas State to Veterans Memorial Stadium. Kickoff time for the game is set for 2:30 p.m. and the Alumni of the Year […]

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Alabama

See the former jobs of the governor of Alabama | News | #elections | #alabama

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California

California gas is ‘out of whack’ – nearly $2 more than national average. Who’s to blame? – Daily Bulletin

California has long been known as the country’s priciest place to fill up your tank, but these days the Golden State is “completely out of whack.” As gas prices plummeted around the nation in recent weeks, California’s price at the pump has rebounded with a vengeance to an average of $5.58 a gallon. That’s $1.89 […]

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Arkansas

The Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas announces October events

The Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas will present “Agatha’s Christie’s Murder on The Orient Express” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 27-29, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022. (Courtesy of ASC) Rhythms & Beats Workshops—1-3 p.m. Saturdays, Oct. 1 and Nov. 5, 2022 ASC will host a Rhythms & Beats workshop from 1-3 […]

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California

Condemned California inmate dies of natural causes

CORCORAN, Calif. —  A California inmate sentenced to death for killing a bartender during a robbery has died at an outside hospital of natural causes, prison officials said Monday. Thomas Lenart, 75, was pronounced dead Friday. The Kern County Coroner will determine his official cause of death. He was sentenced to death in 1995 for the […]

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