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Month: July 2020

How You Can Fight Back Against Newsom’s One-Man Rule

Life at the California Capitol is carefully designed with one overriding goal in mind: keep the public out. There is no State Capitol so insular, no political system so impenetrable, no place in the country – or perhaps even in the broader democratic world – where ordinary citizens are so excluded from participating in public …

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Newsom Sued for Vicious Attack on Vulnerable Kids

Gavin Newsom is being sued for his vicious attack on California’s most vulnerable students, in what’s being called “the most important civil rights education case since Brown v. Board of Education.” SB 98, signed by Newsom last month, delighted special interests but devastated public charter schools “serving almost exclusively low-income students of color.” “I opened …

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Ghost Voting is Coming to the Legislature

As Gavin Newsom takes a sledgehammer to representative government, the California Legislature is once again his willing accomplice. Ghost Voting is coming to the State Assembly. After 12 weeks of hibernation, our legislative branch is slowly awakening. But with a catch: Legislators don’t have to show up, even remotely. Some can just hand their vote …

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Gov. Newsom Has Unilaterally Changed Over 400 Laws

*Receive updates on our court case against Gov. Newsom Here is a 138-page document most of us thought we’d never see, at least not in this country. It lays bare the anatomy of one-man rule, listing every Executive Order Gavin Newsom has issued, every law he’s changed. It’s a testament to the collapse of constitutional …

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