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  • Term Limits

     
    I’m a term limits guy. I know the arguments against them: “We have term limits – they’re called elections!” “All that turnover would deprive us of legislative experience.” “With term limits and constant...
  • Our double standard on domestic violence

     
    Suzi Schmidt at one point denied (her husband's) accusations, calling him a liar. But when he told the dispatcher that she bit him, she was heard saying: "You bet I did."....(she) called 911, identified herself as an elected official, asked......
  • Reaction to column on hockey-arena traffic

     
    I got traffic in both directions in response to yesterday's column, in which I worried about traffic problems hurting the chances for the success of Allentown's planned hockey arena, but was reassured by an ongoing traffic study that suggests the city's...
  • Montebello councilwoman says City Hall is trying to silence her

     
    Dismayed by one council member's repeated whistle-blowing about the embattled city, Montebello City Council members on Wednesday are slated to discuss a host of rules on how council members communicate and use city letterhead. The move comes after some...
  • Jacobs: Budget information provided by Workforce “was wholly inadequate”

     
    It's clear that for the short-term at least, elected officials are going to be paying much more attention to what's going on over at Workforce Central Florida. Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs has stepped up her profile on the issue, in part because...
  • Republican officials to call for disciplinary action against Sen. Hays

     
    A group of Republican elected officials is coming together to demand that Senate President Mike Haridopolos take disciplinary action against Sen. Alan Hays, R-Umatilla, for comments he made last week cautioning against the creation of a Hispanic-...
  • Consumer group slams L.A. for use, promotion of Google Apps

     
    Consumer Watchdog has long been a vocal and sometimes over-the-top of Google and with questions rising over the implementation of Google Apps in Los Angeles' city government the a Santa Monica-based group is at it again. This time the group is complaining...
  • Police raid Occupy Oakland encampment, arrest dozens

     
    Tuesday's pre-dawn sweep of the Occupy Oakland encampment, which resulted in about 80 arrests, came after the diverse community of protesters refused to allow police and fire officials -- as well as at least two ambulance crews -- access to the area to...