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As a Sonoma County deputy public defender, I avoid publicly discussing my cases. However, the Aug. 22 Close to Home column by Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch compels me to comment.
It’s been something of a curiosity that while just about all the rest of his Democratic brethren from the Bay Area have come out in support of the deal, Rep.
Before you reach for that “Make America Great Again” hat, consider some immigration data and weigh the consequences: From 2000 to 2010, the population of white children in the United States declined by 4.3
If you visit any presidential library with the expectation of witnessing history complete and unvarnished, you will be disappointed.
A quarter century ago, when the Napa Valley Wine Train first chugged out of the station, California’s Wine Country establishment was aghast.
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