At the enormously helpful Hydraulic Fracturing conference put on by the American Groundwater Trust, State Senator Fran Pavley concluded her talk by alluding to the possibility that if California voters feel that nothing is being done to protect their groundwater, they may take matters into their own hands and vote for an initiative to regulateContinue reading “Why California is not going to ban fracking by initiative”
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To the stars, through the thorns: Gov. Jerry Brown
Jerry Roberts knows more about California than you, and me, and probably most of the people in the state put together. He's edited major newspapers, for decades; written columns, for decades; launched websites, written books, taugth at university — his rap sheet is as long as a cliche. He left teaching a year ago toContinue reading “To the stars, through the thorns: Gov. Jerry Brown”
Did Jerry Brown endorse a peripheral canal yesterday?
Or did the AP botch the story? A University of the Pacific professor who blogs at Valley Economy wants to know. It's a great question. Here's the sentence from the Brown website that the AP read as an endorsement of the "alternative conveyance," also known in the past as the peripheral canal. Support conveyance andContinue reading “Did Jerry Brown endorse a peripheral canal yesterday?”