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Covered California created by former Governor Schwarzenegger? Actually, no. Bakersfield Californian journalists deserve great credit praise, but gasping lack of basic Civics here. Legislative Branch passed and authorized Covered California. As Governor, Schwarzenegger possessed the author…

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Not sure of the point, though applaud anyone who chooses to publicly identify with a canine companion breed, especially rescue. Most especially, all especially, Rescue.

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Shaving off sand and vegetation will help more water sink down to the underlying aquifer. Water is money and the City of Bakersfield, its residents and taxpayers, have an interest in the aquifer. More interesting/ controversial perhaps is underground water a public asset, like a natural r…

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100 Blue and 100 Red crosses representing decrease in abortions, guess no flags for intersex children. In fact, if planting flags on the sacred ground of women's reproductive rights, why not throw in a rainbow colored one?

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100% get it - Oil and Natural Gas are crucial to Kern’s private property owners who extract natural resources from under land within county boundaries. Ok, the oil under the ground belongs to the companies owning the land. Where, how, how much, if it all, does Climate Change enter the dis…

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All governmental. ‘Closed Meetings’ should be recorded.

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There is no great/ grand solution. Today’s workers and the County depend on oil and gas, and wind (with oil and gas as most profitable in a Capitalist society). We all love Greta Thornburg (sp?), but I’m not sure if she pays rent yet.

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Hypothetically, with the practical access of guns, if you choose instead to take a machete out in public, you are probably less interested in killing than making some sort of statement, pathological as it probably is, e.g., you hurt me, I hate you, etc. Truly determined to kill, hmmm. Get…

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My Modest Proposal is the (former) Golf Course be dedicated to the homeless.

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Water is hugely important, but Lois why — if it’s anything except about the money, is that all about which you now write? Answer me that and I will religiously follow your future columns, if any, involving water and water rights.