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Pitfalls Ahead for Rep. Laura Richardson

November 5, 2010

Now that the election is over and the Democrats nationwide have fallen like so many autumn leaves in a rightward gust, albeit one which California steadfastly resisted, let's take a look at the situation in which our own member...

Hiring military veterans is good business

October 29, 2010

By Bill Whitmore If your company's diversity recruiting strategy fails to include military veterans, you are missing out on working with some of our country's most outstanding men and women. Read More »...

Breaking Free From Domestic Violence

October 15, 2010

By Richard N. Waldman, MD Domestic violence affects two million women in the US each year. It affects women from all social, racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds. Domestic violence is the cause of more than one-third o...

Don’t Sit on the Sidelines this Election Day: Vote!

October 15, 2010

By Debra Bowen California Secretary of State The November 2 General Election is right around the corner, but it's not too late to register to vote in this election. The deadline is October 18. Read More »...

Cracking Down on Texting While Driving

August 20, 2010

By Tawny Valentine - AT&T On August 18, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) and law- enforcement agencies throughout California again joined forces for their second strict zero-tolerance campaign aimed at stopping motorists from t...

Say no to swap of North PAC dollars for Aquarium bonds

August 6, 2010

By Dan Pressburg On July 22, 2010 North PAC [political action committee] voted to give the PoLB [Port of Long Beach] almost six million dollars for infrastructure in the Middle Harbor Project. Mine was the only “no" vot...

For cash-strapped golf courses, the solution may be found in the nonprofit sector

August 3, 2010

By Kevin Flanagan, President, United States Golf Little League With the economy still struggling, golf courses nationwide are looking for new ideas to generate traffic and income. Over 5 million youth play golf in the Unit...

Talking as a Lost Art

July 9, 2010

By Dr. Laura Schlessinger I have never understood cafes which actually catered to the “I don't want to talk to anyone" types who hog tables and chairs for hours while they play with their laptops or Kindles or cell phones o...

Traveling with pets should be a cruelty-free experience

July 9, 2010

By Heather Moore Research Specialist PETA Foundation Planning a family getaway this summer? These tips will help you travel safely with animal companions and arrange a cruelty-free itinerary. Road-tripping with Rover can b...

From head start to healthy start, America’s children need our support

June 18, 2010

Submitted by the Children's Defense Fund Action Council The Children's Defense Fund (CDF) believes that children don't come in pieces. It is critical that those we elect to office consider the development of the whole child ...

No on Prop 17

May 21, 2010

The California Department of Insurance recently cracked down on an insurance company that has been overcharging motorists, including men and women serving in the military, for 15 years. That same company, Los Angeles-based Mercury...

SH RDA required by legislators to give State $5.16 million

May 14, 2010

The Signal Hill Redevelopment Agency was forced to give the State of California $5.16 million on Monday as state legislators continue to look at local funds as an easy way to balance the state budget. The State has an estimated...

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