Almost 10 million workers in 22 states will get raises on January 1. See where wages are rising.

New Jersey minimum wage to increase in new year Newspaper Ads Canyon Crest CA New Jersey minimum wage to increase in new year 00:33 Higher minimum wages will go into…

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Q&A: Home equity in community property states

Dear Liz: I live in California and have been married for 20 years. My spouse bought our home before our marriage and my name is not on the title as a…

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The California Association of Veteran Service Agencies (CAVSA) Annual Report: Continued Challenges for the Golden State’s 1.38 Million Veterans

While homelessness among veterans decreased 9% in California, the staggering number of unsheltered veterans and increase in suicide reinforce the urgent need for enhanced behavioral health and housing initiatives SACRAMENTO,…

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Dozens sickened across 22 states in salmonella outbreak linked to bagged, precut onions

An outbreak of salmonella poisoning linked to bagged, precut onions has sickened at least 73 people in 22 states, including 15 who were hospitalized, U.S. health officials said Tuesday. Gills…

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IRS to test free tax-filing platform in 13 U.S. states. Here’s where.

The IRS said Tuesday it will test a free, electronic tax-filing system early next year in 13 states, with the agency estimating that hundreds of thousands of taxpayers will participate…

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Student loan borrowers are facing “nightmare” customer service issues, prompting outcry from states

Student loan repayment date is here, resuming after 3-year hiatus Newspaper Ads Canyon Crest CA Student loan repayment date is here, resuming after 3-year hiatus 01:42 As student loan repayment…

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75,000 Kaiser Permanente workers are set to go on strike. Here are the 5 states that could be impacted.

Kaiser workers planning to strike in October Newspaper Ads Canyon Crest CA Kaiser workers planning to strike in October 00:39 More than 75,000 health care workers could go on strike…

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Hiltzik: How red states are fomenting chaos over abortion rights

Back in May, the Legislature and governor of Idaho conceived of a new crime, which they called “abortion trafficking.” The supposedly trafficked victims were pregnant minors who don’t want their…

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