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https://plus.google.com/107584069005558173756 environmentguru : Is California’s Bay Delta Conservation Plan Really About Conservation?: To understand what California...
Is California’s Bay Delta Conservation Plan Really About Conservation?: To understand what California Governor Jerry Brown’s Bay Delta Conservation Plan is all about, you have to understand a bit of history. Back in 1982, once and future governor Jerry Brown pushed through a plan to... #drought
Is California’s Bay Delta Conservation Plan Really About Conservation?
To understand what California Governor Jerry Brown’s Bay Delta Conservation Plan is all about, you have to understand a bit of history. Back in 1982,
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https://plus.google.com/116499657711129105283 David Landskov : California Sets Stage for First Groundwater Regulations California lawmakers have sent Governor Jerry...
California Sets Stage for First Groundwater Regulations
California lawmakers have sent Governor Jerry Brown legislation that would for the first time regulate groundwater use as the most-populous U.S. state suffers from a record drought. The proposals would require local governments to develop groundwater regula...
California Sets Stage for First Groundwater Regulations
California lawmakers have sent Governor Jerry Brown legislation that would for the first time regulate groundwater use as the most-populous U.S. state suffers from a record drought. The proposals would require local governm...
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https://plus.google.com/117660673804724711034 Reno Gazette-Journal : California has passed a state-wide ban on plastic bags: the measure now heads to Gov. Jerry Brown's ...
California has passed a state-wide ban on plastic bags: the measure now heads to Gov. Jerry Brown's desk for approval.
California Passes Plastic Bag Ban
California has passed a state-wide ban on plastic bags: the measure now heads to Gov. Jerry Brown's desk for approval.
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https://plus.google.com/113722134692585820885 California news : San Fernando Valley businesses weigh potential costs of minimum wage hike, sick leave mandate For more...
San Fernando Valley businesses weigh potential costs of minimum wage hike, sick leave mandate

For more than three decades Herman Halici has followed a financial recipe for success while whipping up tasty sandwiches at his Dan’s Super Subs on Ventura Boulevard in Woodland Hills: When operating expenses go up, the customers always pay. That’s how he deals with cost-of-doing-business mandates leveled by politicians at the local and state level. Two are on his radar now: a proposal by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to raise the minimum wage in the city to $13.25 an hour, a plan he will announce Monday, and a bill introduced by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, that would require paid sick leave for every worker, full or part time, in California. It was approved by the Legislature on Saturday morning and sent to Gov. Jerry Brown, who also worked on the legislation. “My take is, look, we are an established business. We’ve been here 35 years. We use a formula for our prices, and for that reason they have been pushed higher,” Halici said. “I basically look at the formula and come up with the price and pass it onto my customers.” If both measures come to pass, that sandwich is going to cost more. “Whatever the law says, [...]
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https://plus.google.com/115031344911656496504 Brian G. Fay : I still can't believe that Arne Duncan thought the court's decision was right. No, wait, of course I...
I still can't believe that Arne Duncan thought the court's decision was right. No, wait, of course I can believe it. Duncan has zero respect for teachers, little understanding of education, and a hatred of unions. What a pathetic fraction of a man. Go Jerry Brown.

NYTimes: California Governor Appeals Court Ruling Overturning Protections for Teachers
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California Governor Appeals Court Ruling Overturning Protections for Teachers
In a one-page appeal, Gov. Jerry Brown and the state attorney general, Kamala D. Harris, argued that a decision of such scope needed to be made by a higher court.
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https://plus.google.com/107584069005558173756 environmentguru : Conservation conundrum: Water use varies greatly across California: Gov. Jerry Brown has asked all C...
Conservation conundrum: Water use varies greatly across California: Gov. Jerry Brown has asked all Californians to cut their water use 20 percent during the drought. But residents consume vastly different quantities of water, which means conservation will be easier for... #drought #waterconsumption
Conservation conundrum: Water use varies greatly across California
Gov. Jerry Brown has asked all Californians to cut their water use 20 percent during the drought. But residents consume vastly different quantities of
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https://plus.google.com/106662424470398389777 Jerry Brown :

Obama: The post-American president by J.D. Brown
Obama's blustering is all for show in the end he will do what he has always done-nothing.
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https://plus.google.com/113722134692585820885 California news : California drought: Why doesn’t California build big dams any more? How much money drought-stricken...
California drought: Why doesn’t California build big dams any more?

How much money drought-stricken California should spend to build new dams was a big part of the debate over the bill that Gov. Jerry Brown signed last month to put a $7.5 billion water bond on the November ballot. Republicans and Central Valley Democrats who pushed hardest for new reservoirs highlighted the fact that California built many of the world’s most ambitious dam projects during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, but a large state- or federally-funded reservoir hasn’t been built in 35 years. But why did the era of big dams end, when California has built new roads, schools, universities, hospitals and freeways? Experts say there are a confluence of factors, from environmental laws to funding to a lack of suitable sites. Now supporters of new reservoirs are trying to start a new dam-building era. “We have lived off the investment and sweat of the World War II generation,” said Paul Wenger, president of the California Farm Bureau Federation. “We have done nothing for the future generations but put them in a real bind.” Their argument, with California mired in a third straight year of drought, carried enough weight for lawmakers to include $2.7 billion for new water storage. Now, [...]
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https://plus.google.com/100152506836387182192 Corey Price : California Governor Jerry Brown made clear this weekend that he would sign a new bill that would require...
California Governor Jerry Brown made clear this weekend that he would sign a new bill that would require all businesses in the state--including small businesses--to provide paid sick leave to employees. Calling the bill “historic,” accord...
Bipartisanship: Brown Will Sign Mandatory Sick Leave Bill - Breaking Christian News and Opinion on CNMnewz.com
California Governor Jerry Brown made clear this weekend that he would sign a new bill that would require all businesses in the state--including small businesses--to provide paid sick leave to employees. Calling the bill “historic,” accord...
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https://plus.google.com/102763304174289004680 Daryl Catrina : ** Yes means Yes Sitting on California’s Governor Jerry Brown’s desk is a bill (SB 967) ready for his...
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Yes means Yes Sitting on California’s Governor Jerry Brown’s desk is a
bill (SB 967) ready for his signature. 
It has passed both the Assembly and the Senate and now awaits Brown’s decision;
he’ll likely sign it.  Once it becomes
law it will apply to Califo...
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Yes means Yes Sitting on California’s Governor Jerry Brown’s desk is a bill (SB 967) ready for his signature.  It has passed both the Assembly and the Senate and now awaits Brown’s decision; he’ll likely sign it.  Once it ...
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https://plus.google.com/117620160077724541928 tania riziaa : and the financially disadvantaged comprised roughly 54% of the Democratic base.[41] The continued importance...
and the financially disadvantaged comprised roughly 54% of the Democratic base.[41] The continued importance of the working class votes manifests itself in recent CNN exit polls, which shows that the majority of those with low incomes and little education vote for the Democratic Party.[34][35][36]

Women


Jerry Brown at an campaign rally in Sacramento two days before the election
Although the "gender gap" has varied over many years, women of all ages are more likely than men to identify as Democrats. Recent polls have indicated that 41% of women identify as Democrats while only 25% of women identify as Republicans and 26% as independents, while 32% of men identify as Democrats, 28% as Republicans and 34% as independents. Among ethnic minorities, women also are more likely than males to identify as Democrats. Also, American women that identified as single, living with a domestic partner, divorced, separated, or widowed are more likely than men in these categories to vote Democratic, in contrast to married Americans, which split about equally between Democrat and Republican. Again, women in these categories are significantly more likely than males in these categories to vote Democratic.[160] The National Federation of Democratic Women is an affiliated organization meant to advocate for women's issues. National women's organizations that often support Democratic candidates are Emily's List and the National Organization for Women.

Relation to marital status and parenthood
Americans that identify as single, living with a domestic partner, divorced, separated, or widowed are more likely to vote Democratic, in contrast to married Americans, which split about equally between Democrat and Republican.[160]

GSS surveys of more than 11,000 Democrats and Republicans conducted between 1996 and 2006 came to the result that the differences in fertility rates are not statistically significant between these parties, with the average Democrat having 1.94 children and the average Republican having 1.91 children.[161] However, there is a significant difference in fertility rates between the two related groups liberals and conservatives, with liberals reproducing at a much lower rate than conservatives.[161]

LGBT Americans
LGBT votes for Democratic presidential candidates
Year[162][163]    Candidate    Vote
1996    Bill Clinton    71%
2000    Al Gore    70%
2004    John Kerry    77%
2008    Barack Obama    70%
2012    Barack Obama    76%
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans typically vote Democratic in national elections within the 70-77% range, according to national media exit polling. In heavily gay precincts in large cities across the nation, the average was higher, ranging from 85-94%. This trend has continued since 1996 when Bill Clinton won 71% of the LGBT vote compared to Bob Dole's 16% and 13% for others. In 2000 Al Gore won 70% to George W. Bush's 25% with 5% for others, in 2004 John Kerry won 77% to George W. Bush's 23%, in 2008 Barack Obama won 70% to John McCain's 27% with 3% to others and in 2012 Barack Obama won 76% to Mitt Romney's 22% with 2% to others. Patrick E
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and the financially disadvantaged comprised roughly 54% of the Democratic base.[41] The continued importance of the working class votes manifests itself in recent CNN exit polls, which shows that the majority of those with lo...
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https://plus.google.com/117339835093212529148 Nancy Pivarunas : Happy to be a Californian today: We’re charging ahead with a #cleanenergy economy thanks to #AB32 protection...
Happy to be a Californian today: We’re charging ahead with a #cleanenergy economy thanks to #AB32 protection!

NextGen Climate
Nancy,
Great news out of Sacramento! The state legislature's 2014 session just ended and we successfully fought back against the Big Oil attacks on California's landmark climate change law.
When Big Oil unleashed its aggressive advertising and lobbying push attacking AB 32, California's landmark climate change law, many fought back. Senate President pro Tempore Darrell Steinberg and Governor Jerry Brown showed themselves to be climate champions, and we thank them for protecting AB 32 and for their leadership.
It is hard to overstate the importance of protecting this law -- the most ambitious effort by any state to address the threat of climate change head-on. We know this is not the end -- Big Oil is relentless in its pursuit of profits -- and I hope you will continue standing with us and with the elected officials willing to fight to protect our climate to make sure Californians get a fair shake.
Thank you for your commitment to protecting Californians from Big Oil. Share the great news by sending a tweet now!
All the best,
Derek Jansen
California Campaign Manager
NextGen Climate
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https://plus.google.com/117620160077724541928 tania riziaa : and the financially disadvantaged comprised roughly 54% of the Democratic base.[41] The continued importance...
and the financially disadvantaged comprised roughly 54% of the Democratic base.[41] The continued importance of the working class votes manifests itself in recent CNN exit polls, which shows that the majority of those with low incomes and little education vote for the Democratic Party.[34][35][36]

Women


Jerry Brown at an campaign rally in Sacramento two days before the election
Although the "gender gap" has varied over many years, women of all ages are more likely than men to identify as Democrats. Recent polls have indicated that 41% of women identify as Democrats while only 25% of women identify as Republicans and 26% as independents, while 32% of men identify as Democrats, 28% as Republicans and 34% as independents. Among ethnic minorities, women also are more likely than males to identify as Democrats. Also, American women that identified as single, living with a domestic partner, divorced, separated, or widowed are more likely than men in these categories to vote Democratic, in contrast to married Americans, which split about equally between Democrat and Republican. Again, women in these categories are significantly more likely than males in these categories to vote Democratic.[160] The National Federation of Democratic Women is an affiliated organization meant to advocate for women's issues. National women's organizations that often support Democratic candidates are Emily's List and the National Organization for Women.

Relation to marital status and parenthood
Americans that identify as single, living with a domestic partner, divorced, separated, or widowed are more likely to vote Democratic, in contrast to married Americans, which split about equally between Democrat and Republican.[160]

GSS surveys of more than 11,000 Democrats and Republicans conducted between 1996 and 2006 came to the result that the differences in fertility rates are not statistically significant between these parties, with the average Democrat having 1.94 children and the average Republican having 1.91 children.[161] However, there is a significant difference in fertility rates between the two related groups liberals and conservatives, with liberals reproducing at a much lower rate than conservatives.[161]

LGBT Americans
LGBT votes for Democratic presidential candidates
Year[162][163]    Candidate    Vote
1996    Bill Clinton    71%
2000    Al Gore    70%
2004    John Kerry    77%
2008    Barack Obama    70%
2012    Barack Obama    76%
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans typically vote Democratic in national elections within the 70-77% range, according to national media exit polling. In heavily gay precincts in large cities across the nation, the average was higher, ranging from 85-94%. This trend has continued since 1996 when Bill Clinton won 71% of the LGBT vote compared to Bob Dole's 16% and 13% for others. In 2000 Al Gore won 70% to George W. Bush's 25% with 5% for others, in 2004 John Kerry won 77% to George W. Bush's 23%, in 2008 Barack Obama won 70% to John McCain's 27% with 3% to others and in 2012 Barack Obama won 76% to Mitt Romney's 22% with 2% to others. Patrick E
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and the financially disadvantaged comprised roughly 54% of the Democratic base.[41] The continued importance of the working class votes manifests itself in recent CNN exit polls, which shows that the majority of those with lo...
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https://plus.google.com/117620160077724541928 tania riziaa : and the financially disadvantaged comprised roughly 54% of the Democratic base.[41] The continued importance...
and the financially disadvantaged comprised roughly 54% of the Democratic base.[41] The continued importance of the working class votes manifests itself in recent CNN exit polls, which shows that the majority of those with low incomes and little education vote for the Democratic Party.[34][35][36]

Women


Jerry Brown at an campaign rally in Sacramento two days before the election
Although the "gender gap" has varied over many years, women of all ages are more likely than men to identify as Democrats. Recent polls have indicated that 41% of women identify as Democrats while only 25% of women identify as Republicans and 26% as independents, while 32% of men identify as Democrats, 28% as Republicans and 34% as independents. Among ethnic minorities, women also are more likely than males to identify as Democrats. Also, American women that identified as single, living with a domestic partner, divorced, separated, or widowed are more likely than men in these categories to vote Democratic, in contrast to married Americans, which split about equally between Democrat and Republican. Again, women in these categories are significantly more likely than males in these categories to vote Democratic.[160] The National Federation of Democratic Women is an affiliated organization meant to advocate for women's issues. National women's organizations that often support Democratic candidates are Emily's List and the National Organization for Women.

Relation to marital status and parenthood
Americans that identify as single, living with a domestic partner, divorced, separated, or widowed are more likely to vote Democratic, in contrast to married Americans, which split about equally between Democrat and Republican.[160]

GSS surveys of more than 11,000 Democrats and Republicans conducted between 1996 and 2006 came to the result that the differences in fertility rates are not statistically significant between these parties, with the average Democrat having 1.94 children and the average Republican having 1.91 children.[161] However, there is a significant difference in fertility rates between the two related groups liberals and conservatives, with liberals reproducing at a much lower rate than conservatives.[161]

LGBT Americans
LGBT votes for Democratic presidential candidates
Year[162][163]    Candidate    Vote
1996    Bill Clinton    71%
2000    Al Gore    70%
2004    John Kerry    77%
2008    Barack Obama    70%
2012    Barack Obama    76%
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans typically vote Democratic in national elections within the 70-77% range, according to national media exit polling. In heavily gay precincts in large cities across the nation, the average was higher, ranging from 85-94%. This trend has continued since 1996 when Bill Clinton won 71% of the LGBT vote compared to Bob Dole's 16% and 13% for others. In 2000 Al Gore won 70% to George W. Bush's 25% with 5% for others, in 2004 John Kerry won 77% to George W. Bush's 23%, in 2008 Barack Obama won 70% to John McCain's 27% with 3% to others and in 2012 Barack Obama won 76% to Mitt Romney's 22% with 2% to others. Patrick E
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Youth Studies have shown that younger voters tend to vote mostly for Democratic candidates in recent years. Despite supporting Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, the young have voted in favor of the Democratic presidential ...
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https://plus.google.com/109331591433369209540 Matt Potter, Senior Editor, San Diego Reader : Controversial bills test Jerry Brown in election year http://buff.ly/1tQzIPZ via @sacnews_bee
Controversial bills test Jerry Brown in election year http://buff.ly/1tQzIPZ via @sacnews_bee
Controversial bills test Jerry Brown in election year - The Sacramento Bee
As the Legislature closed down in the predawn hours Saturday, it left on Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk a thicket of bills – including a sweeping ban on plastic bags and measures concerning gun control and bilingual education – with potential election-year effects for the governor and fellow Democrats.
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https://plus.google.com/106662424470398389777 Jerry Brown :

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https://plus.google.com/106662424470398389777 Jerry Brown :

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https://plus.google.com/117928095750162077753 marina sotirova : GOV. JERRY BROWN ANNOUNCES COLLAPSE OF CALIFORNIA AND ULTIMATELY THE U.S. Flood of illegal immigrants...
GOV. JERRY BROWN ANNOUNCES COLLAPSE OF CALIFORNIA AND ULTIMATELY THE U.S.
Flood of illegal immigrants prepare nation for takeover by global elite...
California: A Socialist Dystopia
In February, Democrats signaled yet another assail on the economic viability of the state when they proposed legislation that allows illegal immigrants to qualify for healthcare coverage under Medicare.
California is on record as the largest welfare state in the country. The state has one-eighth of the nation’s population and one-third of all welfare recipients.
In 2011 Judicial Watch cited U.S. Census Bureau data to show that families headed up by illegal immigrants are more likely to use welfare programs.
California Paradigm
Democrats understand the capital harvested from wide open borders and liberal welfare and healthcare policies – both translate into a political monopoly. Overwhelming numbers of Hispanics vote Democrat. “Hispanics of all ages in the U.S. today are more than twice as likely to identify with or lean to the Democratic Party ....Destruction of American Culture
In addition to destroying the economic base of the nation and ultimately impoverishing Americans, unbridled illegal and unrestrained legal immigration will accomplish a primary goal held by the global elite – the destruction of American culture and its heritage grounded in the principles of liberty, private property and individual sovereignty.
“Besides the successful culture of independence, Obama hates the white nature of America,” writes L. Todd Wood. “He is attempting to manage the ethnicity of America and quicken the demise of the white majority. He is attempting to crowd out the American culture of self-reliance and the rule of law with the culture of gang violence of Central America dependent on the federal government. This is a racist strategy that only Hitler could be proud of.”
Gov. Jerry Brown Announces Collapse of California and Ultimately the U.S.
Flood of illegal immigrants prepare nation for takeover by global elite.
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https://plus.google.com/106047334527311341003 ömer albaş : Drought-Stricken California Makes Historic Move To Regulate Underground Water For The First Time http...
Drought-Stricken California Makes Historic Move To Regulate Underground Water For The First Time http://b4in.org/e7si

At least one in four Californians get their water from underground aquifers, and up until now, use of this water has been totally unregulated, with disputes about overuse settled in court. California is one of the few where it’s “pump as you please” with groundwater. That is about to change.

As the California State Legislature wrapped up their session, they passed the state’s first-ever plan to regulate underground water supplies.

Urban Democrats, water district managers, and environmental advocates gave the measure enough support to pass it over the opposition of Republicans and farm-area legislators. The legislation now goes to Governor Jerry Brown for his signature.

Clean Water Action’s Jennifer Clary said, “the passage of the Sustainable Groundwater Management legislation takes an historic first step towards ensuring that our groundwater will remain a resource for future Californians.”

Three bills make up the groundwater regulatory plan: one tells local agencies to come up with water management programs, another establishes parameters for state intervention, and the third delays that intervention in areas where groundwater pumping has affected surface water.

Some agricultural interests fear regulation of the groundwater reserves that many farmers have turned to in the midst of the worst drought in a generation. State Senator Fran Pavley, author of two of the bills, said she worked with farmers to draft them, gaining the support of the Community Alliance with Family Farmers.

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