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Churches in California Battle State Gov’t After Being Forced to Cover … – TheBlaze.com

TheBlaze.com Churches in California Battle State Gov't After Being Forced to Cover …TheBlaze.comA recent regulatory change in California now requires all employer health plans in the state — including those offered by churches and faith-based organizations — to cover elective abortions, according to a conservative legal firm. Photo credit …California orders churches, others... 

Churches in California Battle State Gov’t After Being Forced to Cover … – TheBlaze.com

TheBlaze.com Churches in California Battle State Gov't After Being Forced to Cover …TheBlaze.comA recent regulatory change in California now requires all employer health plans in the state — including those offered by churches and faith-based organizations — to cover elective abortions, according to a conservative legal firm. Photo credit …California orders churches, others... 

Union demands send Japanese firm, jobs packing from California town – Fox News

Fox News Union demands send Japanese firm, jobs packing from California townFox NewsThe California city of Palmdale was ready to roll out the red carpet this summer when a Japanese company agreed to build a $60 million factory on a city-owned, vacant parcel on the southwest side of town — but now the company is taking its project out …  Read More →

Poll: Voters back water bond, reduced sentences – U-T San Diego

U-T San Diego Poll: Voters back water bond, reduced sentencesU-T San DiegoIn this photo taken Sept. 17, 2014, house boats are docked at Lake Shasta's Bay Bridge resort near Redding, Calif. After three years of drought the water level at the lake has dramatically receded. California's third year of drought ends Tuesday Sept …PPIC Poll Finds Most California Voters Favor Water Bond,... 

What Does Proposition 1 — the 2014 California Water Bond — Really Say? – Huffington Post

Sacramento Bee What Does Proposition 1 — the 2014 California Water Bond — Really Say?Huffington PostOn November 4, California voters will decide the fate of Proposition 1 — the 2014 Water Bond — which authorizes the sale of $7.12 billion in new general obligation bonds and the reallocation of an additional $425 million of previously authorized, but …National ACLU spends... 
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