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  1. Stuart Waldman: California's economy threatened by rise of foreign patent trollsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | The Wave

    California's innovation economy faces constant challenges in striking a balance between fostering economic growth and sensible government oversight. Yet in recent years, a new and very serious threat has arisen not from Sacramento, but from overseas.

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  2. Cypress College mortuary science may offer 4-year degreesRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Wave

    The mortuary science program at Cypress College was recently selected by North Orange County Community College District trustees as the district's applicant for a statewide bachelor's degree pilot program. Beginning no later than the 2017-2018 school year, up to 15 community college districts will be allowed to grant four-year degrees at one of its colleges for an academic program not offered at the University of California and California State University systems.

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  3. 'Red flag' stock brokers drawn to Orange County's elderlyRead the original story

    Friday Nov 14 | The Orange County Register

    A Wall Street Journal analysis found that Orange County is one of 16 hot spots in the U.S. for stock brokers with troubled regulatory records. The analysis found that the number of brokers here with three or more red flags was 1.7 times the national average.

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  4. Editorial: UC tuition hike flunks smell testRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | The Wave

    The UC Board of Regents in 2012 endorsed Proposition 30, which hiked state personal income taxes, sales taxes and use taxes by roughly $30 billion over five years. "This initiative," stated then-UC President Mark Yudof, "is a step towards stability that we simply cannot afford to dismiss."

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  5. Editorial: Nation always a work in progressRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 9 | The Wave

    The ballots have been punched, the speeches have been spoken. The hysterical fundraising emails and dinnertime robo-calls have stopped, for awhile.

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  6. Editorial: Water bond wins; lawyers, tribes trailingRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 5 | The Wave

    Proposition 1 was placed on the ballot through a bipartisan act of the state Legislature and had little formal opposition. The measure will allocate over $7 billion to water storage projects throughout the state.

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  7. Firm insures high school athletes with college scholarship offersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | The Wave

    For many parents, the endgame in investing so much time, money and effort into their children's athletics is to ensure college is paid for. The insurance does that for a relatively minimal cost, even if an injury gets in the way.

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  8. Editorial: State's tax climate poorRead the original story

    Monday Nov 3 | The Wave

    The Tax Foundation has released its annual State Business Tax Climate Index, ranking the competitiveness of tax codes across the 50 states. For the fourth year in a row, California ranked 48th on the list - yet another unfortunate indicator of the state's exceptionally restrictive tax code.

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  9. State Senate Candidate Janet Nguyen on FOX 11's "You Decide: SoCal 2014"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | The Wave

    District 34 candidate Janet Nguyen talks about how she would reform policy making in Sacramento other issues with the Register's Brian Calle on FOX 11 News. The show airs on FOX 11 every Friday at 10:30pm, leading up to the November election, and will feature various Southern California candidates, breaking down the biggest, and most contentious, campaign issues WRITE A LETTER TO THE EDITOR Letters to the Editor: E-mail to letters@ocregister.com .

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  10. Prop. 187 lives on today in a surprising wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | The Wave

    There's a ghost haunting next week's elections in California. It's been there 20 years.

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  11. Honk: What does 'END: NONE' mean on licenses?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | The Wave

    Q. Hi, Mr. Honk: My wife recently renewed her California driver's license. She did it online, paid the fee and received her new license in the mail.

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  12. Brown, Kashkari: issues comparison at a glanceRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 25 | The Wave

    Here's a breakdown of the views of Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown and Republican challenger Neel Kashkari on major issues facing California: * Brown: Praised by education and business leaders for restructuring California's school-finance system to send more money to schools with the highest proportion of low-income students, English-learners and foster children. * Kashkari: Brown's reforms are mere "tinkering" in a flawed system controlled by teachers unions.

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  13. Senate race to decide Democrats' Capitol muscleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Anaheim Hills News

    Senate District 34 is one of two Senate races expected to determine whether Democrats regain their two-thirds supermajority in the upper chamber, an advantage that allows them to raise taxes, put measures on the ballot, override gubernatorial vetoes and confirm gubernatorial nominees without a single GOP vote. Democrats have had a supermajority intermittently over the past two years and have not raised taxes, but Nguyen said it's better to not have one party with so much control. 2 comments

  14. Editorial: Mario Guerra for 32nd Senate DistrictRead the original story

    Friday Oct 24 | The Wave

    Voters in the 32nd state Senate District, which includes Buena Park, haven't been represented in Sacramento for eight months. That is because their current senator, Ron Calderon, is suspended from the Senate while he fights 24 federal corruption charges ranging from money laundering to bribery.

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  15. Editorial: California's paradox of low voter turnoutRead the original story

    Friday Oct 24 | The Wave

    What if you threw an election, and nobody came? It's not quite that dire in the Golden State this election season, but we're working on it. As Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Walters points out, only about three quarters of California's 18 million eligible voters "actually will be registered to vote, and it would be very surprising if 9 million will have cast ballots by the time voting closes on Nov. 4. In fact, it easily could be under 8 million."

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  16. Schools chief race may be election's tightestRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | The Wave

    The statewide election that could end up as one of the closest and most expensive in California this fall is for an office many voters probably have only the dimmest awareness of: state schools superintendent. With Democrats' current lock on Sacramento having removed much of the suspense from the governor's race and the other contests, two Democrats are engaged in an unexpectedly close fight for the nominally nonpartisan job of superintendent of public instruction.

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  17. Editorial: Pick-and-choose tax breaks fail CaliforniaRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2014 | The Wave

    Sacramento has yet to show any serious efforts at facilitating job creation. While politicians can tout their giving wealthy producers sizeable tax credits to keep their film and television projects in the state, it is obvious that picking and choosing industries with the best lobbying teams will not bring the state out of its long, protracted slump.

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  18. State prisons on the right path: Stay the courseRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2014 | The Wave

    Email your letters to letters@ocregister.com . Please provide your name, city of residence and phone number .

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  19. Editorial: Cap and trade's perpetual campaignRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2014 | The Wave

    When cap-and-trade laws were first proposed for California, many pro-business politicians loudly objected. The fee system would hamper economic growth and eat away at bottom lines, they argued.

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  20. Controller's race gives voters a stark contrastRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | The Orange County Register

    EXPERIENCE: Served on the Board of Equalization since 2004. Formerly a top budget official in Gov. Gray Davis' administration and legislative staffer focused on financial issues.

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