“Beloved Bulldog” and GAAP Director Bill Hart Dies

Posted November 24, 2010 by Jay J. Cash

Bill Hart, the extremely well-respected and well-liked Executive Director of GAAP: The General Assistance Advocacy Project, died in his sleep on Tuesday, November 22, 2010 while recovering from an extended hospitalization. Hart’s piercing intelligence and wry wit were key aspects
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“I Heard That”: Bravo to 3 Dynamic Women – Harris/Quan/Cohen!

Posted November 24, 2010 by Rochelle Metcalfe

CONGRATULATIONS to San Francisco DISTRICT ATTORNEY KAMALA HARRIS, the First Black/Indian woman elected California’s next Attorney General!! After a close race, the dynamic, pretty D.A., a Democrat, beat her Republican opponent, Los Angeles District Attorney STEVE COOLEY! Harris will replace
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CPUC Messes With Lifeline …

CPUC Messes With Lifeline …

Posted November 24, 2010 by

To the Editor: It’s hard to tell from this story whether there’s any chance of changing the Lifeline rate back by the new California Public Utilities Commission. In other words, is there something people should be doing about this to
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John Burton on Sit-Lie Legal Challenge

Posted November 23, 2010 by John Burton

My good friend C.W. Nevius seemed to miss the point about the opponents of Sit and Lie and the Constitution of the United States. Chuck said that people are not in good faith when they go to court to challenge
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Fetishizing School Chiefs Hurts Kids

Posted November 22, 2010 by Randy Shaw

Cathleen Black has had an extraordinary career as a media executive, but it was not until New York City’s Mayor Bloomberg designated her as the city’s new public school chancellor that she became an almost household name. On November 19,
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