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    Prop. 66 could turn out to slow death penalty cases

    The California Supreme Court has upheld most of Proposition 66, the initiative to speed up the death penalty, but in doing so may have made an even more tangled mess of it. Associate Justice Carol Corrigan, writing for the majority, said voters were presented with ballot materials promising a five-year time limit on death penalty appeals in state courts, but there is “no workable means of enforcing the five-year review limit.” Proposition 66 was approved in November...

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    Californians should support the Cadiz Water Project: Tony Cardenas and Paul Cook

    California is home to amazing natural resources, a diverse economy and a hard-working population eager to flourish. However, we don’t have sufficient water to meet the needs of all who call California home. That’s why we are both among a broad, bipartisan group of more than 40 federal and state representatives who support the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project. This project will provide a reliable water supply and is sponsored jointly by public...

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    Was President Trump right to pardon Joe Arpaio? Question of the Week

    President Trump granted a pardon on Friday to Joe Arpaio, the former and longtime sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz. It wasn’t much of a surprise. The president had signaled his intent to pardon the controversial 85-year-old lawman in a campaign rally three days earlier in Phoenix, the seat of Maricopa County. The White House statement on absolving Arpaio’s misdemeanor contempt of court conviction cited his “life’s work of protecting the public from the...

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    Is safe drinking water feel all wet? Readers answer our question: Letters

    We asked readers, Is safe drinking water fee all wet? All need access to safe, affordable water I’ve worked alongside families from Arvin, Alpaugh, East Orosi and other communities that have been dealing with unsafe levels of arsenic, nitrate and other contaminants in their tap water for far too long.

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