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Economy Employment / Jobs Taxes

Last month, San Bernardino announced that it had officially exited bankruptcy after four years. This means that San Bernardino will have to start paying its creditors, but things will not be that easy. The once all-American middle class suburb at the end of the 1970’s entered into bankruptcy in 2012 after years of struggling to

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Agriculture Health Latino Demographics Lifestyle

We hear so much about how organic food is the best option, and for some it is the only option they would ever go with when choosing food, because organic food is much healthier. Amazon’s recent acquisition of Whole Foods had food elites pushing for Amazon to change the nation’s food system. However, the vast

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Policy

There is some good news for people that don’t like daylight savings time. There is a bill that was introduced this year that will do away with daylight savings time in California. Assembly Bill 807 (AB 807), if passed in the Legislature, would go on the ballot during the general election for voters to decide

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Economy Employment / Jobs Immigration Policy

Immigration officials announced this week that they are raising the ceiling for visas available under the H-2B temporary visa work program. The H-2B temporary visa work program brings in low-skilled, seasonal workers from abroad, but employers must demonstrate that their businesses would be harmed if their positions aren’t filled in order for them to hire

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World News

Last month, Puerto Rico voted in favor of United States statehood and becoming the 51st state. According to a government website for the non-binding referendum, 97 percent of voters supported statehood. However, voter turnout was low as only 23 percent of the 2.2 million eligible voters participated in the vote. Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello

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