Tag Archive for Anaheim

Celebrating Nelson Mandela on his 95th Birthday

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Apartheid eradicator, South African icon, and former President Nelson Mandela celebrates his 95th birthday today. Mandela, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his leadership in bringing an end to apartheid in South Africa, is celebrating his birthday on his 41st day in a Pretoria, South Africa hospital.

Judge gives Anaheim more rope in Voting Rights case

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On Tuesday the City of Anaheim got three more weeks before a judge decides if a trial is warranted in a Voting Rights case filed against the city. Judge Miller granted Anaheim one last chance to change it’s mind before he makes a decision on July 30th. You know the saying, “Give ‘em enough rope, and they’ll hang themselves.”

Pringle Pulls Out

Former Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle  (Photo by: Paul Rosales)

After more than a week of public criticism of the appointment of former Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle to the city’s Charter Review Commission, Mr. Pringle has decided to withdraw from participation on the commission.

Blind Faith – CA Budget Bill Makes Records Disclosure Voluntary

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The investigative reporting that exposed the government impropriety on the part of the officials of the City of Bell would not be possible if legislation passed as part of the state budget is signed into law. Because these laws place a mandated cost on to local entities, legislators and the governor, are trying to prevent local agencies from demanding reimbursement from the state for their compliance by making all of its provisions voluntary.