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Panel Discussion on California’s Housing Crisis

Watch PRI’s panel discussion on California’s housing crisis, held at the State Capitol in Sacramento. Moderated by PRI’s Kerry Jackson, speakers included California Department of Housing and Community Development Ben Metcalf, longtime lobbyist Discover A Lot More

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SOLD! Inside California’s Surplus Property Auction

Several times a year, the California Department of General Services holds state surplus property auctions at the state warehouse located at 1700 National Drive in Sacramento Hundreds of surplus property items ranging from surplus office furniture, Discover A Lot More

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Big Brother Coming to California’s Capital?

Government surveillance seems to be on the rise everywhere and it’s no different where I live in Sacramento, California, which is why I’ve been trying to fight increased surveillance with little success as I show in this video. The short clip Discover A Lot More

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Lord Christopher Monckton Debunks Global Warming at a hearing for California’s Legislature

Lord Monckton Debunks Climate Change in California’s State Capitol in Sacramento A visit to California from Lord Christopher Monckton, 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, promised to be full of his telltale wit, knowledge and controversy, as well Discover A Lot More

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California’s Hmong find their voice in politics

There are 95,000 people of Hmong descent living in California, the most of any state. The Hmong people, who come from Southeast Asia, were American allies in the Vietnam War. When South Vietnam fell in 1975, many migrated to America. In California Discover A Lot More

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Mr. Griess California’s Water Policies Sacramento County

Appreciate us at http://votegabegriess.info Sacramento County was one of the original counties of California, which were created in 1850 at the time of statehood. The county was named after the Sacramento River, which forms its western border. The Discover A Lot More

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Studio Sacramento: California’s Republican Party – KVIE

No Republican today holds statewide office. What’s next for the party, and what are the implications if California remains a one-party state? Guests include Yolo County Supervisor and redistricting strategist Matt Rexroad and political consultant Discover A Lot More

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Dan Walters Daily: California’s aging population has profound impact

As California gets older, the whole structure of the state will have to change, Dan says. (July 1, 2014) Discover A Lot More

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New Great Depression: California’s capital, Sacramento, now has a tent city. sickhorses.com

http://thumpandwhip.com. As the recession worsens, tent cities are sadly beginning to pop up across America. This one is in Sacramento, California. Thanks to Crooks and Liars for the clip… http://sickhorses.com Discover A Lot More

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Making Open Data Work in California’s State Government: Lessons from Early Adopters

Governments around the world are making data more accessible and more usable. Releasing data isn’t a matter of just flipping a switch, however. Public and private organizations alike need to think about privacy, data quality and a host of other Discover A Lot More

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Clean Cities Success Stories: City of Sacramento – California’s Capital City Plugs In

Our success story this week takes us to Sacramento-the state capital of California. Since 2011, the city’s Department of General Services has included electric and plug-in hybrids in their fleet—now totaling close to 60 vehicles. They use motor Discover A Lot More

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California’s Tallest Dam Overtopping, Spillway Fails from Sinkhole Damage, Possible Evacuation (308)

The Oroville Dam in California finds itself in a situation with the only way to avert an over top of the dam is using an untested emergency spill way built in the 1960’s as the regular spillway was damaged by a sinkhole and has stopped drainage of Discover A Lot […]

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Discover Life in California’s Capital City, Sacramento | Lennar Northern California

Sacramento, California’s Capitol City! Offering a small-town charm and rich history, Sacramento has everything you need without the crowded “big city” feeling. With it’s blissful climate, wide array of entertainment, arts and culture and expansive Discover A Lot More

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