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Politics and money EDITOR: In early California, lobbying was a felony. In 1854, a justice of the state Supreme Court wrote that lobbying will “subject the state governments to the combined capital of wealthy corporations and produce universal corruption.
Last weekend in Cotati, more than 250 people squeezed (most of them successfully) into Congregation Ner Shalom, which was hosting YiddishLand, Sonoma County’s First Annual Festival of Yiddish Culture.
Measure N should have been a slam dunk — as election experts had promised it would be.
It’s a mistake to be nostalgic for some golden age in politics when everyone was nice to each other.
The path to competitiveness begins with assuring students face an open gate to education — not a wall.
If you drive to the store for a loaf of bread and forget your phone, do you feel adrift?
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