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3 days ago
‘Split roll’ tax measure to weaken Prop. 13 qualifies for California ballot

Online sales are making it difficult for brick and mortar retail businesses to be profitable. Increasing their property taxes will make it even worse.

California Secretary of State announced on Oct. 15, 2018, that an initiative to undo part of Proposition 13 qualified for the 2020 ballot. The measure creates a “split roll” system between ... See more

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2 weeks ago
CEQA relief shouldn't just be for stadiums. It should cover housing as well.

Should every developer get relief from lawsuit abuse? Why the double standard?

Why are lawmakers so eager to help billionaires but so indifferent to the millions of poor Californians?

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2 weeks ago
Incensed by NIMBYism, an East Bay city manager quits: 'My conscience won't allow it'

Is NIMBYism a contributing factor to California's housing crisis? One soon to be former city manager thinks so...

Steven Falk has worked for the small East Bay city of Lafayette since 1990. For 28 of those years, Falk has worked as the city manager. Falk, 56, announced his resignation from the post at a City ... See more

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1 month ago

Today we remember those lost, and honor those still fighting for freedom.

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2 months ago
Sacramento Metro PAC

Join local business leaders at the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce's annual Metro PAC fundraiser. Proceeds will support pro-business candidates and measures on the November ballot.

Thank you ... See more

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3 months ago

We want to wish you all a happy 4th of July!

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3 months ago
Confession of an Anti-GMO Activist

There was a time when RCC was fighting efforts to ban biotech crops in California. The science never justified the need and voters rejected the move. Now, even one time opponents of GMOs have ... See more

Genetically modified crops have been vilified and banned, but the science is clear: They’re perfectly safe. And what’s more, the world desperately needs them.

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4 months ago
Guest Columnist: Welcome SeaQuest Folsom

A national animal rights group is putting political pressure on a community to abandon a interactive aquarium project. How is Folsom responding to outside influence? Click below to learn more...

Folsom residents are always excited about new businesses coming to our community, whether it’s a new restaurant, store or brewery, and the announcement that an interactive “aquarium” is slated ... See more

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5 months ago
California tax department needs to get with the program on climate change

Even Being Green Comes with BIG Tax Burdens

"To see an example of one state agency undermining the policy objectives of another, look no further than the state double taxing biodiesel when greater ... See more

California is double taxing biodiesel when greater production of this clean-burning fuel is needed to achieve Gov. Jerry Brown’s ambitious climate change goals.

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5 months ago
Carson wins latest round in long-running rent control fight at Colony Cove

Alarms Should be Sounding for the Rental Housing Industry

Does a recent ruling handed down by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals mean that city governments have broad powers to enforce rent ... See more

The latest turn in the long-running legal feud over a Carson law limiting rent increases at mobile home parks went in the city’s favor, and that’s something that may bolster cities’ abilities ... See more

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