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L.A. County Selects IBM Security Services to Conduct Independent Review of Voter Roster Error
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L.A. County Selects IBM Security Services to Conduct Independent Review of Voter Roster Error

Los Angeles County has engaged information technology leader IBM Security Services to conduct an independent review and evaluation of the systems and procedures used in the production and printing of voter rosters for the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election. IBM will work with the County’s Chief Information Officer and Auditor-Controller to determine the root…

First Big Cats Saved by US Organization Following Guatemala Circus Ban
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First Big Cats Saved by US Organization Following Guatemala Circus Ban

A mission to enforce a new law banning the use of animals in circuses in Guatemala is nowunderway, with the US-based organization Animal Defenders International (ADI) removing the first animals–lions Sasha, Nena, and Kimba.   ADI President Jan Creamer said, “Sasha, Nena, and Kimba will no longer suffer in the circus and a new life awaits them in Africa. With many more animals in desperate need…

Governor Brown Appoints Local Superior Court Judges
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Governor Brown Appoints Local Superior Court Judges

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. Friday announced the appointment of 21 California superior court judges, which include: Two in Alameda County; one in Humboldt County; one in Inyo County; one in Kern County; 10 in Los Angeles County; one in Riverside County; one in San Bernardino County; one in San Diego County; one in Solano County; one…

The Night Sierra Madre’s Civility Party Died
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The Night Sierra Madre’s Civility Party Died

Once upon a time there was a slate of candidates who ran for Sierra Madre City Council that called themselves “The Civility Party.” They claimed to be nicer and more polite than the other candidates, and a lot of people bought into that. Then, in November of 2014, all of it blew up, and in…

City of Sierra Madre Demands Stop Using City Logo to Mislead Voters
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City of Sierra Madre Demands Stop Using City Logo to Mislead Voters

The City of Sierra Madre has put TeaPac and the two proponents of Measure D on notice that they must immediately cease and desist the unauthorized use of the City’s logo in their Stop the UUT campaign literature, or face legal consequences, including a potential lawsuit. After receiving telephone calls and emails from confused or…

CAL FIRE Warns of Dangers as Holiday Weekend Approaches
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CAL FIRE Warns of Dangers as Holiday Weekend Approaches

Fireworks safety urged for this Fourth of July With the Fourth of July holiday quickly approaching, CAL FIRE is reminding everyone to do their part to prevent fires and injuries caused by fireworks. Two out of five fires on the Fourth of July are caused by fireworks, more than any other cause of fires. The…

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