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Redistricting makes California a top house battlefield for 2022

San Francisco Examiner 07 Dec 2021
The commission, however, appears intent on lopping off Republican-heavy Simi Valley from Garcia’s district in north Los Angeles County, leaving him holding on by a thread to a considerably less conservative seat ... The commission has proposed eliminating the Los Angeles seat of Rep.
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Michael Hiltzik: Has Biden moved to finally kill California's dumbest water project?

Eagle-Tribune 06 Dec 2021
Brackpool hobnobbed with former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, contributing to his political campaigns, giving him a job between electoral posts and joining him on an East Asia trade junket ... Michael Hiltzik is a columnist for the Los Angeles Times. ©2021 Los Angeles Times.
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Column: Has Biden moved to finally kill California’s worst water project?

The Los Angeles Times 06 Dec 2021
... path-breaking, new, sustainable groundwater conservation and storage project.”. Brackpool hobnobbed with former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, contributing to his political campaigns, giving him a job between electoral posts and joining him on an East Asia trade junket.
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Congress extends government funding until February, averting a shutdown

The Tribune Greeley 03 Dec 2021
Republicans, with the support of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, were hoping to tap into opposition to the Biden administration’s mandate, which requires workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus or tested weekly for infection ... conservatives ... ©2021 Los Angeles Times.
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400,000 Planned Parenthood LA patients' data including names, contact information and clinical records is stolen ...

The Daily Mail 02 Dec 2021
Planned Parenthood notified 400,000 patients at their Los Angeles location that their personal information - including clinical records, addresses and names - had been stolen by a ransomware hacker last month ... Pictured are anti-abortion activists outside a Planned Parenthood center in the Van Nuys section of Los Angeles in 2017.
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California drought: State Water Project will deliver no water to most communities next year

SiliconValley.com 02 Dec 2021
... all the way to the Los Angeles Basin ... Urban areas such as San Jose, Fremont and Livermore, along with Los Angeles and Napa, will have to find other water sources, including local reservoirs, groundwater, more conservation and purchases from farm agencies to get through next year.
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Exxon Sets New Emissions Goals for 2030

WhoWhatWhy 02 Dec 2021
From the Los Angeles Times ... Duenas, manager of the gun store at the Los Angeles Police Academy, had been reprimanded over the years for tardiness and sloppy record keeping, but he never took time off, according to the memo ... But since he was always there, the Los Angeles Police Revolver and Athletic Club was apparently none the wiser.”.
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Corporate Social Responsibility Related News Releases and Story Ideas for Reporters, Bloggers and Media Outlets

Maryville Daily Forum 02 Dec 2021
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 2, 2021-- ... This press release features multimedia ... Climate X ... DS Smith ... Source ... LOS ANGELES -- Skechers Announces Global Partnership With the Nature Conservancy and Launches Our Planet Matters Recycled Collection Source ... LOS ANGELES -- Groundswell Announces A Total of $15M in Seed Funding To Democratize Philanthropy Source.
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Left- and Right-Wing Activists Protest Vaccinate Mandates in Los Angeles

The Epoch Times 01 Dec 2021
LOS ANGELES, California—Los Angeles Leftists for Choice and Unity and a broad coalition of anti-mandate conservatives, liberals, libertarians, and others rallied outside LAPD headquarters on Nov.
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California water districts will get no requested supplies from the state

The Los Angeles Times 01 Dec 2021
Los Angeles shifts water supplies as drought hammers State Water Project ... It declared a drought emergency in November and mandated that people conserve water. Some of its member agencies in northern Los Angeles and Ventura counties rely almost exclusively on state supplies for their water ... Los Angeles County virtually mourns its unclaimed dead.
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Letters to the Editor: Homeless shelters don’t work. Use California’s $31-billion surplus to build housing

The Los Angeles Times 01 Dec 2021
What a juxtaposition presented by two of your recent articles — in Los Angeles, people who live in houses hate to see people who don’t, and the state is awash in cash ... Marsha Temple, Los Angeles ... More From the Los Angeles Times ... Get those vaccine cards ready, Los Angeles.
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California drought: State Water Project will deliver no water next year

Chico Enterprise Record 01 Dec 2021
... all the way to the Los Angeles Basin ... Urban areas like San Jose, Fremont and Livermore, along with Los Angeles and Napa, will have to find other water sources, including local reservoirs, groundwater, more conservation and purchases from farm agencies to get through next year.
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California water districts to get 0% of requested supplies

Times Union 01 Dec 2021
SACRAMENTO, Calif ... It declared a drought emergency in November and mandated that people conserve water. Some of its member agencies in northern Los Angeles and Ventura counties rely almost exclusively on state supplies for their water ... But the voluntary conservation efforts are falling far short of what he requested ... .
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Mandatory Water Cutbacks Could Be Coming, California Water Authorities Say

NBCBayArea 01 Dec 2021
California. climate change 2 hours ago ... Gov ... It declared a drought emergency in November and mandated that people conserve water. Some of its member agencies in northern Los Angeles and Ventura counties rely almost exclusively on state supplies for their water ... But the voluntary conservation efforts are falling far short of what he requested ... .
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Supreme Court justices sound ready to restrict the right to abortion

Atlantic City 01 Dec 2021
Savage Los Angeles Times. The Supreme Court's conservative majority on Wednesday signaled it would uphold Mississippi's 15-week ban on abortion and may go much further to overturn the nationwide right to abortion that has existed for nearly 50 years ... But the argument held little sway over other conservatives.
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