Today’s Headlines

  • Student Driver Hits Six Pedestrians in Livermore Crosswalk (ABC7)
  • Meg Whitman is Against Ca. High-Speed Rail; Jerry Brown Wants to Make It Work (Merc)
  • Palo Alto City Council to Consider Going Ahead with Caltrain Corridor Study (Merc)
  • Mehserle Offers a Written Apology; Family of Oscar Grant Not Impressed (SF Gate)
  • Tom Graham Has Walked Every San Francisco Street, All 2,612 of Them (SF Gate)
  • SF Examiner: "Damaged Creek to be Source of Jobs in the Bayview" 
  • California Pacific Medical Center Presents "Downsized Plans" for St. Luke’s (SF Examiner)
  • 30 States Have Now Enacted Bans on Texting and Driving (Detroit News)
  • Archaeologists to Explore What’s Under Transbay Terminal Parking Lot (SF Examiner)
  • The First Step to Beating Oil Dependence Is Admitting You’re an
    Oiloholic (NY Daily News)
  • Sunday Streets Returns to the Mission (BIKE NOPA)
  • Meg Whitman is Against Ca. High-Speed Rail; Jerry Brown Wants to Make It Work

    In addition, “She has said that if elected, on her first day[37] she would suspend AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, to study its potential economic implications.[38] At the state GOP Convention in March 2010, Whitman described California Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s climate change bill as a “job-killer.”[39]”

  • bs

    Yet another reason to NOT vote for Whitman

  • maaaty

    Please tell me she doesn’t stand a chance. I’m new to CA politics.

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