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Cost-effective and stable production of gas, electricity, water, and other critical California public utilities are the backbone of economic stability. Preventing price gouging, ensuring ample corporate competition, maintaining transparency between industrial special interests and Sacramento, and providing high quality service for local and statewide communities are several of the key priorities for independent-minded voters. Moving forward, independents will be paying close attention to California public utility solutions that strike the proper balance between environmental protection and laissez-faire economics.
A president’s second term is their greatest opportunity to create their legacy. President Obama set a progressive agenda in 2009, but was met with staunch Republican opposition…
In his second inaugural address, Obama again brought up the divisive issue of climate change and how it has been at the center of the overwhelming storms in recent years..
After being forgotten during the election season, the Keystone XL pipeline is making headlines again. Since Obama rejected the original permit application last year, he will have to settle this issue…