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https://plus.google.com/115739758121019950005 Alexandra Le Tellier : "Blame Gov. Jerry Brown for not giving UC and Cal State the kind of budget boosts they needed and that...
"Blame Gov. Jerry Brown for not giving UC and Cal State the kind of budget boosts they needed and that California college students deserve," writes Karin Klein. "But if the J-school, as its alums call it, wants to continue drawing students while raising prices, it needs to consider reducing the time to earn a degree. It has to think about better efficiency, not just higher revenue."
$20,000 extra for a Cal journalism master's? Sounds like a tough sell.
Edward Wasserman, the dean of UC Berkeley ’s journalism program, is proposing an added student-paid fee of $10,250 per year for a master's degree in journalism, according to an email I received from him. And the predictable response has been, how will journalists, of all people, be able to shoulder the added expense? These aren’t doctors or business executives. They’re, at least in the print world, working in a troubled industry that hasn’t quit...
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https://plus.google.com/106501299155310554335 saleha mikpa : nservative views. Working class Democrats tend to be more religious and likely to belong to an ethnic...
nservative views. Working class Democrats tend to be more religious and likely to belong to an ethnic minority. Socially conservative and disadvantaged Democrats are among the least educated and lowest earning ideological demographics. In 2005, only 15% had a college degree, compared to 27% at the national average and 49% of liberals, respectively. Together socially conservative 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 Egan, a professor of politics at New York University specializing in LGBT voting patterns, calls this a "remarkable continuity." Saying "about three-fourths vote Democratic and one-fourth Republican from year to year."[162] Notable LGBT Democrats include current Senator Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin and current Representatives Jared Polis of Colorado and David Cicilline of Rhode Island. The late activist and San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk was a Democrat as is former Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts. The National Stonewall Democrats is an LGBT advocacy group associated with the Democratic Party. The LGBT Equality Caucus is a congressional caucus of 97 Democrats and 3 Republicans that work and advocate for LGBT rights within the House of Representatives.[164]

Black Americans
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nservative views. Working class Democrats tend to be more religious and likely to belong to an ethnic minority. Socially conservative and disadvantaged Democrats are among the least educated and lowest earning ideological dem...
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https://plus.google.com/106501299155310554335 saleha mikpa : nservative views. Working class Democrats tend to be more religious and likely to belong to an ethnic...
nservative views. Working class Democrats tend to be more religious and likely to belong to an ethnic minority. Socially conservative and disadvantaged Democrats are among the least educated and lowest earning ideological demographics. In 2005, only 15% had a college degree, compared to 27% at the national average and 49% of liberals, respectively. Together socially conservative 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 Egan, a professor of politics at New York University specializing in LGBT voting patterns, calls this a "remarkable continuity." Saying "about three-fourths vote Democratic and one-fourth Republican from year to year."[162] Notable LGBT Democrats include current Senator Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin and current Representatives Jared Polis of Colorado and David Cicilline of Rhode Island. The late activist and San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk was a Democrat as is former Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts. The National Stonewall Democrats is an LGBT advocacy group associated with the Democratic Party. The LGBT Equality Caucus is a congressional caucus of 97 Democrats and 3 Republicans that work and advocate for LGBT rights within the House of Representatives.[164]

Black Americans
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and George H. W. Bush, the young have voted in favor of the Democratic presidential candidate in every election since Bill Clinton in 1992, and are more likely to identify as liberals than the general population.[155] In the ...
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https://plus.google.com/115726709754513133129 Breaking SF News : Yelpers Can Legally Talk Lots of Trash Now: Crowd-sourced review sites like Yelp or Tripadvisor have...
Yelpers Can Legally Talk Lots of Trash Now: Crowd-sourced review sites like Yelp or Tripadvisor have always been a bit of a predicament for businesses. On one hand, they do a better job of weeding out the good, the bad, and the ugly, better than any curated review service (Zagat, Michelin) ever has. A restaurant with 500+ positive ratings is almost surely going to be a solid bet, even with a couple negative nancys in the mix. On the other hand, small businesses with few ratings can imagine no worse fate than a single negative review clogging up their results and star rating. What to do? Recently, Yelp has come under fire – from some companies threatening to sue customers or impose fines via contract for any negative reviews, with one hotel in Hudson, New York threatening, “If you have booked the inn for a wedding or other type of event . . . and given us a deposit of any kind . . . there will be a $500 fine that will be deducted from your deposit for every negative review . . . placed on any internet site by anyone in your party.” Although the backlash forced the hotel to remove the disclaimer from their website and apologize, saying the whole thing was intended to be “tongue-in-cheek,” the question remained: Is this at all legal? Not anymore, at least in California. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill last week that prevents businesses from imposing such “negative review” fines, becoming the first state to legally stop the ridiculous practice. Companies are still allowed to force their employees to sign non-disparagement agreements, preventing them from publicly voicing their displeasure with their employer. Perhaps more excited than anyone is Yelp itself, who championed the so called “Yelp Bill”, and pressed other states to pass similar laws, although they claim that “these types of contracts are generally unenforceable to begin with.” Still, businesses who feel they’ve been unfairly slandered and defamed can sue anyone posting dishonest reviews online, as one auto repair dealership in Arizona did to a woman who’d posted an angry review, which ended with the review being removed and the lawsuit being dropped. And then, of course, there's Yelp’s practice of promoting bad reviews if businesses don’t pay an advertising fee. [Via The Verge, photo from Thinkstock] Got a tip for The Bold Italic? Email tips@thebolditalic.com.  http://dlvr.it/6wfjzk
Yelpers Can Legally Talk Lots of Trash Now
Crowd-sourced review sites like Yelp or Tripadvisor have always been a bit of a predicament for businesses. On one hand, they do a better job of weeding out the…
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https://plus.google.com/117801850183060967656 Jerry Brown :

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https://plus.google.com/117281226141405545264 WaterSmart Software : Governor Jerry Brown scheduled to approve CA groundwater legislation today - exciting stuff! http://...
Governor Jerry Brown scheduled to approve CA groundwater legislation today - exciting stuff! http://ow.ly/Bz714
California's groundwater law will get governor's OK Tuesday
Tuesday's signing of groundwater legislation will represent the most significant water law passed in California in nearly 50 years. It aims to slow the dangerous decline in water tables, caused by decades of intense pumping. But the measure will take years to implement.
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https://plus.google.com/107614983151252723053 UFCW 8-Golden State : Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Sept. 10th that will require most California employers next year...
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Sept. 10th that will require most California employers next year to provide up to three sick days for millions of workers. The bill requires employers to provide paid sick leave to employees who will earn a minimum of one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked.

"Whether you're a dishwasher in San Diego or a store clerk in Oakland, this bill frees you of having to choose between your family's health and your job," said Governor Brown. "Make no mistake, California is putting its workers first."

http://abc30.com/politics/governor-brown-signs-bill-giving-paid-sick-leave-to-california-workers/302788/
Governor Brown signs bill giving paid sick leave to California workers |

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https://plus.google.com/100934156174297620356 MelissaAnnCassandraThomas MrsBurrell : Tuesday 16Sept2014 is the day Jerry Brown will sign groundwater bill.
Tuesday 16Sept2014 is the day Jerry Brown will sign groundwater bill.
California poised to restrict groundwater pumping - The Sacramento Bee
California – long considered the “Wild West” where groundwater is concerned – appears poised for major changes. Three laws recently passed by the Legislature give local agencies broad power to restrict groundwater pumping when necessary and even impose criminal penalties and fines equivalent to a misdemeanor.
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https://plus.google.com/117801850183060967656 Jerry Brown :

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https://plus.google.com/117801850183060967656 Jerry Brown :

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Had a great weekend now it's back to the shop to start a new week. Hope everyone had a great weekend!!!
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Three Feet for Safety Act Goes into Effect - In September of 2012, the California State Assembly passed a bill that would require motorists to provide three feet of space when passing bicyclists. SB 1464 passed after a raucous debate that took nearly 30 minutes. Last September, Governor Jerry Brown signed the law where drivers who violate the law and collide with a bicyclist [&hellip http://ow.ly/2Nzusi
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In September of 2012, the California State Assembly passed a bill that would require motorists to provide three feet of space when passing bicyclists. SB 1464 passed after a raucous debate that took nearly 30 minutes. Last September, Governor Jerry Brown signed the law where drivers who violate ...
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https://plus.google.com/101576707194539482775 POLITICS x Kibow : Brown purges immigration initiative from state law: SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Gov. Jerry Brown has signed...
Brown purges immigration initiative from state law: SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill deleting unenforceable provisions of a state law that denied social services to immigrants who are in California illegally. Brown's office on Monday announced he had... #WashingtonTimes
Brown purges immigration initiative from state law
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill deleting unenforceable provisions of a state law that denied social services to immigrants who are in California illegally.
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https://plus.google.com/113722134692585820885 California news : Truancy’s deep toll on student achievement By U-T San Diego Editorial Board5 p.m.Sept. 15, 2014 For...
Truancy’s deep toll on student achievement

By U-T San Diego Editorial Board5 p.m.Sept. 15, 2014 For years, stories about student truancy in California have focused on how much the problem cost school districts in funding under formulas used by the state government to divvy up education dollars. That is a significant issue. But a report issued by Attorney General Kamala Harris based on records from 32 school districts with 150,000 students paints the damage done by truancy in a much starker light. It shows 14 percent of kindergartners and 7 percent of fifth-graders missed 18 or more days — 10 percent of the school year. The survey concluded attendance problems were strongly correlated with poor student performance and with dropping out of school. Low-income students, especially African-Americans, were much more likely to be tardy or absent. The report suggests poverty and health issues were the likely cause. The state government can do better. Several bills are before Gov. Jerry Brown that would allow districts to improve the job they do tracking tardiness and absenteeism and to stage “truancy interventions” with families. Their supporters, including the attorney general, are confident they will become law. “Good education policies are meaningless if students aren’t at their desks,” Harris said [...]
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A little bill that could help commuters, climate and taxpayers

By U-T San Diego Editorial Board5 p.m.Sept. 15, 2014 Sometimes, little solutions can help alleviate big problems. One of those little solutions, a bill that would make more funding available for the synchronization of traffic signals, is now sitting on Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. He should sign it. The bill, AB 1447 by Assemblywoman Marie Waldron, R-Escondido, clarifies that traffic signal synchronization projects can qualify for funding from the state’s Greenhouse Gas Emission Fund. Money in that fund comes from the auctioning of pollution credits to utilities and heavy industrial companies under the state’s cap-and-trade program, part of the landmark 2006 legislation to reduce emissions that cause global warming. The Waldron bill is important for three reasons. First, the synchronization of traffic lights keeps traffic flowing, thereby reducing urban congestion and commute times. San Diego and virtually every other urban area in California need all the help they can get in that regard. Similarly, keeping traffic flowing is a proven way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Salinas synchronized only five intersections and reportedly cut greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 16 tons a year; Los Angeles estimates synchronization will reduce such emissions there by 1 million tons a year. And third, [...]
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