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SACRAMENTO >> Legislation that would eliminate the statute of limitations on sex crimes and ban sales taxes on feminine products cleared key committee votes Friday, while proposals to open police misconduct records to the public and force a public vote on plans to build two massive tunnels under the Delta to siphon water south got shelved. Announcements about the fate of hundreds of pieces of legislation - 245 Senate bills and 449 Assembly bills - came during hearings held by the Legislature's Appropriations Committees, which vet bills that will cost taxpayers more than $150,000, ahead of an early June deadline to hear bills on the floors of their respective houses. Comment?
Ted Ferguson has taught in the Woodland area for 40 years as of this school year. He spent 29 years as both the principal and Algebra 1 teacher at Woodland Christian, and his most recent 11 years have been spent at Pioneer High School - again teaching math courses. Comment?
The rumors spread faster than The Roadrunner after a double espresso: Bernie Sanders is delivering a speech along the Vallejo waterfront Wednesday night. Though the city awaited the “final OK” from the Democratic presidential candidate's camp Monday afternoon, “it looks like it's going to happen,” said Joanna Altman, assistant to Vallejo City Manager Dan Keen. 9 comments
The win improved UC Davis to 10-25 overall on the season, clinching its sixth consecutive win in the series overall - its longest in the history of the series according to records that date back to 1960, and the longest for either team since the Tigers won six straight from 2009-10 when both were members of the Big West Conference. Pacific, which finished with 11 hits of its own - including six doubles and a home run, fell to 17-22 overall on the year with the loss. Comment?
STOCKTON >> What they lacked in policy distinctions the two Democrats vying for California's first open U.S. Senate seat in decades made up for in stylistic differences, with front-runner Attorney General Kamala Harris sticking to an attorney's measured tones and Rep. Loretta Sanchez shooting from the hip and milking every moment for a quip. In Monday night's debate, Harris and Sanchez agreed on the need to create path to citizenship for people living in the United States illegally, on restricting access to weapons for those with a criminal record or history of mental illness and on the need to provide free community college education. Comment?
On Saturday the Pioneer senior claimed first place in the 220-pound weight class at the Division III Sac-Joaquin Section Meet at Oakdale High School. Next up this Friday and Saturday is the Section Masters Meet, the last stop before the CIF State Meet. Comment?
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