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'Disappointed at Every Turn': de Blasio Rips Cuomo for 'Revenge'

After keeping largely silent as his priorities for New York City in Albany withered over the last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio today ripped Gov. Andrew Cuomo, accusing him of seeking “revenge” for perceived political slights by stymieing progress on key issues. 1,108 more words

When You Can Expect To See Waldo Tunnel Renamed After Robin Williams

MARIN COUNTY (CBS SF) — Almost a year after his death, the rainbow tunnel that connects San Francisco with Marin County will soon be named after actor and comedian Robin Williams. 347 more words


Mount Vernon Lodge #3's 250th Anniversary Recognized by the New York State Legislature

On Thursday, June 11, 2015 the New York State Legislature formally recognized and congratulated Mount Vernon Lodge #3 on the occasion of its 250th Anniversary, which took place back in February of this year. 96 more words

Could Governor Brown Veto SB 277 Due to Missing Religious Exemption?

So my post on Tuesday about the OC GOP opposing SB 277 has already cracked the top 10 posts of all time on OC Political… 722 more words

Deborah Pauly

OC GOP Opposes SB 277 (Pan) - Schoolchildren Vaccination Bill

Last night, the Republican Party of Orange County voted to approve a resolution opposing SB 277, the bill by Senator Richard Pan (D-Sacramento) on vaccination of schoolchildren. 884 more words

Republican Central Committee

De Blasio: 'I Don't Know What I Would Do Different' to Move Albany

As the hours tick down to the end of the State Legislature’s session Monday, virtually every one of the Mayor Bill de Blasio’s major priorities in Albany—mayoral control of schools, a reform of the 421-a tax credit, a hike to the minimum wage and most urgently, the expansion and extension of rent laws—remain in flux. 1,127 more words

Assembly Approves Ban On Red***ns School Team Name

CALIFORNIA – The state Assembly has approved legislation barring California public schools from using the Red***ns name for teams and mascots.

AB30 by Assemblyman Luis Alejo, a Democrat from Watsonville, would prevent public schools from using the controversial term as a school or athletic team name, mascot, or nickname starting in 2017. 25 more words