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August 15, 2016

Political Stories Top stories  Judge will wait before request to stop new vaccination law — A federal judge in San Diego on Friday said he will take at least a week before ruling on a request to temporarily stop California’s new vaccination law, an unwelcome delay for vaccination opponents seeking a speedy injunction that would allow students who […]

15Aug

August 14, 2016

Political Stories Top stories  Swearengin to head community foundation after Fresno mayoral term ends — Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin still has more than four months remaining before she leaves City Hall, but she’s already giving plenty of thought to her next challenge. Swearengin, who will wrap up her second mayoral term in the first week of January, […]

15Aug

August 13, 2016

Political Stories Top stories Who’s bankrolling or making bank on California ballot measures? — Over the next three months, California voters will get their fill of advertising by campaigns supporting or opposing many of the 17 measures that have qualified for the Nov. 8 ballot. What often won’t be clear in the TV ads and […]

15Aug

August 12, 2016

Political Stories Top stories  DEA pot decision reverberates in California legalization campaign — The Obama administration’s decision Thursday to keep marijuana classified among the nation’s most dangerous drugs divided campaign operatives in California’s cannabis legalization debate. Wayne Johnson, campaign consultant for No on Proposition 64, said the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has again validated the opposition’s deeply […]