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Minimum Wage Issue Blows Up on Democrats

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Democrats from the White House to Congress have been beating the “income inequality” drum for the last several months in an effort to gain some kind of national issue that resonates with voters for the upcoming November elections. The usual suspects of the gender income gap, 1 percenter’s, expanded healthcare …

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Millers Retirement, Not a Big Deal in the Big Picture

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A great deal is being made of 31st District Congressman Gary Miller’s surprise decision to retire from the United States House of Representatives. The most important aspect, regionally, is the loss of an elected representative with seven terms and seniority in a body that requires it to get priority for …

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A New Day in San Bernardino

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We here at IE Business Daily want to congratulate the newly elected Mayor of San Bernardino on his victory on Tuesday, as well as re-elected Councilman Fred Shorett and newly elected Councilman Henry Nickel. This was not an uneventful election. Many barbs were thrown on all sides.  We hope those …

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San Bernardino Mayoral Election: Up for Grabs?

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Question. How does a candidate, who was recalled from her City Council seat in November, possibly have a chance at being elected Mayor? Answer. When the public forgets about it through the holiday season and the opposing candidate fails to remind the public. The battle between Carey Davis and former …

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Colonies Criminal Case to Take another Turn?

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Four years.  Yes, it has been nearly four years since San Bernardino County District Attorney Mike Ramos and then Attorney General Jerry Brown announced the prosecution of the “greatest corruption scandal in the history of California.” That was soon followed by Grand Jury indictments of Developer Jeff Burum, former County …

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Ovitt Retirement Creates Drama in Supervisorial Elections

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Gary Ovitt, the three-term County Supervisor from Ontario, has decided to retire at the end of his term representing the Fourth Supervisorial District of San Bernardino County. The District, made up of the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, Montclair, Ontario and a portion of Upland has been well represented by …

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