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- A struggle for definitions in state’s realignment campaign
- PD Editorial: 4 for Petaluma City Council
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.
Half a century ago, a classic essay in the New Yorker titled “Our Invisible Poor” took on the then-prevalent myth that America was an affluent society with only a few “pockets of poverty.”
Wednesday’s forum showed that the two candidates for 4th District Sonoma County supervisor are reaching out to sway undecided voters.
Based on average income and property values, Sonoma County is listed as the 12th wealthiest in the state. But when it comes to spending on local public libraries, we are one of the stingiest.
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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