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The Lexington Dispatch
Gill lice pose another threat to mountain troutGill lice were found on rainbow trout collected from the West Fork Pigeon River
Gill lice pose another threat to mountain trout
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted yesterday
Gill lice were found on rainbow trout collected from the West Fork Pigeon River in Haywood County and Boone Fork Creek and the Watauga River in Watauga County. Gill lice first appeared on brook tout in N.C. in 2014. They're small, white crustaceans... Read more
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Pleasanton Weekly
Legislation would allow school districts to store away more money for hard timesTwo state senators have introduced a bill that would allow state school distric
Legislation would allow school districts to store away more money for hard times
Pleasanton Weekly / Posted 4 days ago
Two state senators have introduced a bill that would allow state school districts to store away more money for difficult financial years than is currently allowed. Sen. Steve Glazer (D-Contra Costa), whose district includes Pleasanton, and Sen.... Read more
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The Mercury News
Lawrence Kosmin and Dayna Wiedenkeller: Why veterinarians support antibiotics billSen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, will set aggressive, groundbreaking standards for
Lawrence Kosmin and Dayna Wiedenkeller: Why veterinarians support antibiotics bill
The Mercury News / Posted 7 days ago
Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, will set aggressive, groundbreaking standards for antimicrobial use in California livestock with his bill, SB 27. The California Veterinary Medical Association supports this legislation. We believe it will make a marked... Read more
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The Daily Review
Contra Costa Times/Oakland Tribune editorial: State lawmakers should lift cap on school district reservesState legislators and Gov. Jerry Brown are playing an irresponsible game of fin
Contra Costa Times/Oakland Tribune editorial: State lawmakers should lift cap on school district reserves
The Daily Review / Posted 7 days ago
State legislators and Gov. Jerry Brown are playing an irresponsible game of financial chicken with local school districts. Under a union-backed requirement enacted last year, if the economy continues to improve state finances, local school districts... Read more
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herald ie/
Bid to change building regulations in US after Berkeley balcony tragedyBerkeley Font Size US politicians are to be again asked to back new constructi
Bid to change building regulations in US after Berkeley balcony tragedy
herald ie/ / Posted 8 days ago
Berkeley Font Size US politicians are to be again asked to back new construction oversight regulations to avoid any repeat of the Berkeley balcony tragedy in which six students... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
New push to end school district reserve capA bipartisan group of lawmakers launched a new push Tuesday to relax a cap on s
New push to end school district reserve cap
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 days ago
A bipartisan group of lawmakers launched a new push Tuesday to relax a cap on school district budget reserves that critics blame for increasing districts’ borrowing costs and hampering efforts to prepare for the next economic downturn. The local... Read more
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The Daily Review
Antibiotics bill doesn't go far enoughThe widespread use of antibiotics in animals raised for food is reducing their
Antibiotics bill doesn't go far enough
The Daily Review / Posted 11 days ago
The widespread use of antibiotics in animals raised for food is reducing their effectiveness in people and costing human lives. Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, is frustrated by the federal government's unwillingness to stop this basic threat to human... Read more
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San Jose Mercury News
Antibiotics bill doesn't go far enoughThe widespread use of antibiotics in animals raised for food is reducing their
Antibiotics bill doesn't go far enough
San Jose Mercury News / Posted 11 days ago
The widespread use of antibiotics in animals raised for food is reducing their effectiveness in people and costing human lives. Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, is frustrated by the federal government's unwillingness to stop this basic threat to human... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Limestone Co. voters meet District 5 House candidatesHopefuls for the State House District 5 special election met their constituents
Limestone Co. voters meet District 5 House candidates
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 17 days ago
Hopefuls for the State House District 5 special election met their constituents Tuesday. The Vietnam Veterans of America held a meet-and-greet session to give voters the opportunity to get acquainted with the candidates. Each candidate - one... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Heart defibrillators save lives: So why are they still so hard to find?When easy-to-use heart defibrillators came onto the market two decades ago, the
Heart defibrillators save lives: So why are they still so hard to find?
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
When easy-to-use heart defibrillators came onto the market two decades ago, they were billed as a way to save the lives of tens of thousands of victims of cardiac arrest each year. But today defibrillators are still few and far between. And they... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
AEDs: Bill is aimed at increasing accessibility of lifesaving defibrillatorsWhen easy-to-use heart defibrillators came onto the market two decades ago, the
AEDs: Bill is aimed at increasing accessibility of lifesaving defibrillators
Inside Bay Area / Posted 24 days ago
When easy-to-use heart defibrillators came onto the market two decades ago, they were billed as a way to save the lives of tens of thousands of victims of cardiac arrest each year. But today defibrillators are still few and far between. And they... Read more
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The Mercury News
AEDs: Bill is aimed at increasing accessibility of lifesaving defibrillatorsWhen easy-to-use heart defibrillators came onto the market two decades ago, the
AEDs: Bill is aimed at increasing accessibility of lifesaving defibrillators
The Mercury News / Posted 24 days ago
When easy-to-use heart defibrillators came onto the market two decades ago, they were billed as a way to save the lives of tens of thousands of victims of cardiac arrest each year. But today defibrillators are still few and far between. And they... Read more
4 related stories
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
AEDs: Bill is aimed at increasing accessibility of lifesaving defibrillatorsWhen easy-to-use heart defibrillators came onto the market two decades ago, the
AEDs: Bill is aimed at increasing accessibility of lifesaving defibrillators
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 24 days ago
When easy-to-use heart defibrillators came onto the market two decades ago, they were billed as a way to save the lives of tens of thousands of victims of cardiac arrest each year. But today defibrillators are still few and far between. And they... Read more
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Santa Monica Mirror
Electric Agency Nod A Reward For Going Along With Corruption?California consumers can be excused if they’re beginning to wonder whether Gov.
Electric Agency Nod A Reward For Going Along With Corruption?
Santa Monica Mirror / Posted 27 days ago
California consumers can be excused if they’re beginning to wonder whether Gov. Jerry Brown cares a whit about blatantly corrupt conduct by some of his appointees to very high state offices. That feeling grew more intense the other day with the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Dan Morain: Political watchdog takes a breakThe watchdog seems to be taking a little nap. Or perhaps the politicians, lobby
Dan Morain: Political watchdog takes a break
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 27 days ago
The watchdog seems to be taking a little nap. Or perhaps the politicians, lobbyists and consultants suddenly are on their best behavior. In recent months, the Fair Political Practices Commission hasn’t been barking much. Its backlog has grown and... Read more

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