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Wednesday marked the 49th anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson’s signing of Executive Order 11246 — the basis for requiring affirmative action and equal employment opportunity under federal government contracts.
The state hearing may not have changed anyone’s mind on the merits of Proposition 46, but it did underscore why an initiative-reform measure signed last week by Gov. Jerry Brown will be an immense improvement in the exercise of direct democracy in California
Five candidates are vying for three City Council seats on the Nov. 4 ballot, while two candidates are seeking the mayor’s chair, which is elected separately in Petaluma.
Proposition 1 isn’t perfect. But it’s a big improvement over the $11.1 billion leviathan it replaced, and it reflects compromises by urban, agricultural and environmental stakeholders.
What is it about roundabouts that cause so many to get into a tizzy?
Let’s start with a question: Can you name a Republican running for a statewide office in November?
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