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As the 2014 girls’ high school soccer season kicks off, few likely realize that it represents a 30th anniversary milestone.
In 2010, an electorate heavily populated with tea party supporters expressed rage against government at all levels. In 2014, voters may decide that rage has its limits and that government has work to do.
Why is it that we have such a hard time discussing how those in the profession of public safety sometimes, like everyone else, make mistakes?
Make one lap of California — as we did — and you will rediscover that the nation's most populous state is sparsely populated in many places.
For more than a century, policymakers have tip-toed around a seminal question about California’s water supplies: How many straws are in the cup?
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