July 14, 2017

Orange County

OC Register Commentary: Honoring those who sacrificed for our county and country

For the first time ever, an interactive memorial for Orange County farmworkers will be open to the public during the fair. The memorial, entitled “Table of Dignity,” symbolizes the dignity of work and celebrates the agricultural history of our community.


Voice of OC: Ex-staffer’s claim against Spitzer didn’t pan out, according to DA investigator

A former legal client turned staffer for Supervisor Todd Spitzer failed to provide evidence for her claim she paid Spitzer in cash from her campaign job to clear legal bills she owed the supervisor, according to the Orange County Register.


LA Times: Midway Moments: Veteran inspector gets O.C. Fair ready for a safe ride

The OC Fair is up and running! Meet the man responsible for keeping the rides safe: Field Inspector Al Scanlan and his job has taken him across the globe.




LA Times: The race to become California’s next governor is already awash in cash

A small field of candidates hoping to succeed Gov. Jerry Brown next year has already raised more than $25 million.

Capital and Main: What the final moments of homeless people can teach us

With homeless life expectancy ranging between 42 and 52, and so many rounding this milestone, the time for meaningful intervention is fast disappearing. It’s thus more crucial than ever to shine a light on homeless people’s health, lack of medical care and the circumstances of their deaths.


Sacramento Bee: CalPERS beats earnings target for first time in three years

The California Public Employees’ Retirement System rode a strong year in the stock market and private equity investments to earn a return rate of 11.2 percent for the fiscal year that ended June 30, the pension fund announced Friday morning.

Publication Date: July 14, 2017