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California Assembly approves ‘college tobacco ban’ bill

California Assembly approves ‘college tobacco ban’ bill

The California State Assembly on Monday approved the bill that aims to make university and community college campuses totally tobacco-free areas.

Fracking helps reduce California’s dependence on conventional fuels

Fracking helps reduce California’s dependence on conventional fuels

Comparatively new hydraulic fracturing technique, commonly called fracking, has been severely opposed by liberal authors of California's de-carbonization experiment.

Gov. Scott advises California companies to relocate to Florida

Gov. Scott advises California companies to relocate to Florida

California businesses facing higher costs due to the state's decision to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour should relocate to Florida, a new Gov. Rick Scott-backed ad campaign advises.

Uncle Lino, Malibu Sunset nominated to California Chrome Stakes

Uncle Lino, Malibu Sunset and multiple stakes winner Smokey Image are among more than a dozen 3-year-old race horses nominated for the $150,000-guaranteed California Chrome Stakes, which is schedul

Uber settles two lawsuits to keep drivers as independent contractors

Uber settles two lawsuits to keep drivers as independent contractors

App-based ride-hailing service Uber recently reached a landmark settlement in two class-action lawsuits that will make the company pay nearly $100 million to drivers in California and Massachusetts

Calif.’s high-speed-rail officials postpone vote on revised business plan

Calif.’s high-speed-rail officials postpone vote on revised business plan

The board responsible for California’s $64 billion high-speed rail project postponed a vote on a revised business plan to provide officials with more time to assuage lawmakers and citizens upset by

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