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Auburn Journal Special Editions
Wednesday, October 1
Curb unions for greater good
Tuesday Oct 23 2012
According to a study written about by the Orange County Register, and published by the Auburn Journal on Oct. 17, the average salary of unionized California government workers is $ ...
Don’t give in to Moonbeam
Tuesday Oct 02 2012
I was amused a couple weeks ago when a reporter on T.V. asked Gov. (Jerry) Brown why he was called Moonbeam Brown while he was governor in the late 1960s. (Editor’s note:?Jerry B ...
Brown to detail budget for tackling $16B shortfall
Monday May 14 2012
SACRAMENTO ? California Gov. Jerry Brown will lay out details of a revised state spending plan Monday after announcing over the weekend that the state's budget shortfall has swelle ...
Community Portrait: Auburn’s Michael Otten a chronicler of history
Thursday Mar 29 2012
“When I do my tax return where it says occupation, I write volunteer,” said Auburn’s Michael Otten. Otten jokes but it’s not far from the truth. Otten is president of the P ...
Get real about state pensions
Thursday Mar 22 2012
Without real reform to our state, county and city pensions and health benefits we are doomed as a state. It’s like rolling down a hill into the abyss of bankruptcy and the govern ...
Placer SPCA opposes repeal of animal adoption mandate
Tuesday Feb 14 2012
Placer SPCA announced its opposition Monday to Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed repeal of an animal adoption mandate. Pet advocates say the mandate, created by the 1998 enactment of ...
Foreigners take our money
Wednesday Sep 14 2011
Why? Why should we be required to give taxpayer money to illegals to go to school in California? Why doesn’t Mexico take care of their own people? Why doesn’t Japan give us hel ...
Public aid bill for undocumented students sparks debate in Auburn area
Friday Sep 09 2011
Local community members have clashing opinions about an assembly bill that would allow undocumented college students to apply for public financial aid, which could potentially cost ...
Medical professionals debate over Tdap vaccine
Tuesday Aug 02 2011
Local medical professionals have varying opinions about a state-mandated vaccine, while a school official says an extension recently signed by the governor could help transition in ...
New law cracks down on public animal sales
Monday Aug 01 2011
A new law has the potential to crack down on residents selling pets in public places, but local animal organizations have differing views about its effectiveness and what needs to ...
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