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CPC: How Much More Will Cities and Counties Pay CalPERS?

By Edward Ring originally published for California Policy Center When speaking about pension burdens on California’s cities and counties, a perennial question is how much...

Connecting Right: January 7, 2018

connectingRIGHT – Meet Matt Funicello – January 7, 2018 Check out this special 2018 kick-off episode of connectingRIGHT to learn all about Dave’s new co-host Matt...

Tribute to Doug Newell

Last week we received the sad news that Doug Newell, the L.A. County Parks and Recreation Supervisor at Dr. Richard Rioux Park, had passed...

Forbes: Mass Exodus From States Run By Top Democratic Governors Continues

By. Patrick Gleason The Democratic Governors Association, in an attempt to attack Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner (R) tweeted this week about how 33,000 people left...

KHTS: What New Laws Are Coming In 2018?

by. Caleb Lunetta MARIJUANA Among the new laws that will come into effect in 2018, Proposition 64, the approval by California voters in 2016 to permit...

2017 California Legislative Report Card

The end of the year is upon us and we thought it would be a good time to review Santa Clarita's leadership in Sacramento....

CPC: Teacher union Pinocchios

By Larry Sand A new poll shows that teachers are politically divided, but union political spending is anything but. The results of a poll released last...

Connecting Right: December 17, 2017

connectingRIGHT – Bill Reynolds – December 17, 2017 On this special Christmas Episode of connectingRIGHT, Matthew Funicello sits in for Dave Goss to help welcome local...