Honor Fallen Heroes This Memorial Weekend

Board of Equalization Member Senator George Runner today urged Californians to take time this Memorial Day weekend to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice to defend our freedom. Runner said, “As flags are flown throughout the country to honor the valor and courage of the brave men and women who gave their lives defending […]

Consolidating bills and saving more help pay off debts faster

If it is becoming difficult for you to manage your multiple bills, then you can opt for debt consolidation. It is a process by which you pay off your debts just by making a single payment every month. Go through this article to know how you can consolidate debts with professional help and also check […]

Gerry Brown Tries To Balance Unbalanced Budget

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A $10 billion “structural deficit” in California’s broken finances, is the target of Governor Gerry Brown’s latest budget revision. Unfortunately, Californians may not like this medicine at all. Governor Brown says he has reduced by nearly $3 billion the amount of taxes needed to balance the budget. He says the new revision spurs job creation […]

May is National Electrical Safety Month

Californians should maintain a healthy respect for electricity and to be aware of electrical hazards, say Southern California Edison and the Electrical Safety Foundation International. May is National Electrical Safety Month. Around 51,000 home fires each year involving electrical failure or malfunction injure more than 1,400 people in the US. These cause around $1.3 billion […]

May Sunshine Brings Out Flowers, Gardeners

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May sunshine in Southern California begins to bring out the best of summer flowers and vegetables. The generally warm weather will also keep gardeners busy as planting season is well underway, say experts at Agromin. Agromin makes earth-friendly soil products made from organic material collected from more than 50 Southern California communities. Plant Tomatoes: Tomatoes […]