California Today: How One Congressman can be Responding to Bad Press
the idea’s hard to fault Mr. Nunes for being unhappy with his press coverage. An editorial within the Fresno Bee, for example, referred to Mr. Nunes as “Trump’s stooge.”
Mr. Nunes’s office did not respond to a request for comment. A line at the bottom of the site reads, “Paid for by the Devin Nunes Campaign Committee.”
The completely new site has certainly made a splash, The Republican noted on its Facebook page: “Due to heavy traffic along with an attack on our servers, you may encounter an error message when attempting to reach The Republican.”
Mr. Nunes’s decision to Discharge the memo has also produced a flood of contributions to a Democratic challenger: Andrew Janz, a former Fresno county deputy attorney. that will said, while many California Republicans are vulnerable to Democratic challengers, Mr. Nunes can be way down the list. He was re-elected with 67 percent of the vote in 2016.
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• California businesses are caught in a bind: The state wants to shield undocumented immigrants coming from deportation while the Trump administration can be intensifying enforcement. Employers say all the requirements are confusing. currently the state attorney general has issued completely new guidance. [The Wall Street Journal]
• The next recession will almost certainly land harder in California than the idea does within the rest of the country. Perhaps that will can be why Gov. Jerry Brown has been questioning how long the not bad economy will last. [The completely new York Times]
• The State Legislature unanimously passed a bill requiring high hazard dams to be inspected annually. The move came one year after spillway failures at Oroville Dam prompted evacuation orders for thousands of people. [The Chico Enterprise-Record]
• Shaun White, of Carlsbad, won his third Olympic gold medal, narrowly besting a rival in his last run of the men’s halfpipe final. [The completely new York Times]
• Ava DuVernay along with Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles are starting a public-private partnership that will could fund film industry internships for women, people of coloration along with those coming from low-income households. [The completely new York Times]
• An Indio woman has filed a class-action lawsuit against her home city along with Coachella. Both cities are accused of routinely taking residents to criminal court for exceptionally minor crimes, then doing them pay for their own prosecution. [The Desert Sun]
• Stone Brewing, based in Escondido, has filed a lawsuit against the giant conglomerate that will makes Keystone Lite. The reason?: completely new Keystone beer cans seem to hide the “key” along with emphasize the “stone.” [Voice of San Diego]
• Vice Media has been sued by a former employee who says the company marginalized women along with systematically discriminated against them by paying men substantially more for similar work. The employee’s lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, can be seeking class-action status. [The completely new York Times]
• After years of losing money, Uber can be inching toward profitability. [The completely new York Times]
• Need a ride? Hail … a bus? Sacramento Regional Transit has made mini buses available on-demand to people in Citrus Heights. [Capital Public Radio]
• A single-family home can be had in San Francisco for only $399,000. The problem? Almost the entire home will need to be rebuilt. [SFGate]
• Ben Agajanian, a California native who became known as pro football’s first career kicking specialist, died on Thursday in Cathedral City. He was 98. [The completely new York Times]
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