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Otay Ranch Lawsuit – Attorney General’s Office Joins Effort to Stop Development

California’s government is taking a more hands-on approach to prevent the construction of housing units in fire-prone scrublands by joining the Otay Ranch Lawsuit. The Attorney General’s office under Xavier Becerra has decided to take to the courts to halt work on a number of housing development projects across California that have already been approved …

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Proposition 19 And What It Means For You

Ballot measure Proposition 19 narrowly passed in California in the 2020 election season, winning with just over 51% of voter support. A concerted two year lobbying effort by the California Association of Realtors has paid off in the end, with Proposition 19 set to become law throughout the State after the successful vote. What is …

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Mitt Romney Comes Home… to San Diego!

Now that enough time has elapsed since the 2012 Presidential Elections, let’s take a look at what Mitt Romney has been up to since his defeat. Mitt Romney Comes Home… to San Diego! While his running mate Paul Ryan featured prominently during the ongoing fiscal-cliff negotiations, Mitt Romney has kept a low profile after his …

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California – Not as Bad Off as You Think!

Tired of hearing TV pundits decry California as a no-hope state with a dysfunctional political system? A recent report from the New York Times begs to differ. The article paints a hopeful, optimistic picture for the future of the Golden State. The 2007 financial crisis and the subsequent global recession hit California particularly hard – …

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