The Capitol tends to overspend revenue windfalls
Gov. Jerry Brown says he wants to avoid the syndrome
Will fellow Democrats fight for aid to the poor?
It took a decade for UC Merced to grow from 875 students in 2005 to the 6,200 students who attend the campus beyond the edge of Merced today.
There is nothing more solemn than the folding of the flag during the funeral of a fallen soldier. Each of the 13 folds has meaning and words that accompany it. It must not be hurried, it cannot be taken lightly.
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Democrats will turn every city into Detroit; Republicans will sell us out to bankers
Doing good deeds, such as cleaning up graffiti, without thinking of rewards
The resignation of Superior Court Judge Marc Garcia was appropriate and necessary.
Research university is delivering on its promise to help region
If we don’t help them find better care, undocumented people end up in emergency rooms
Proud of Merced for speaking up for those who lack a voice
Those here without papers pay into system, but get little back in return
Downtown nieghbors are cleaning up the alleys, streets and parks but need volunteers
Pastor Hessler has taken the pulpit since death of founder Randy Bissell
Congress has no role in deciding rules of pregnancy
Brown-Napolitano deal is great, except for enrollment piece
UC funding deal is the least the state can do
Governor’s plan shows smart budget strategy
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