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Overheard in Fog City
May 12, 2007
- Daly whips up progressives
- Newsom returns unsigned affordable housing supplemental
- Sparks makes history, Renne "outfoxed"
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The CrackBerry Chronicles
With Elaine Santore
May 14, 2007
- Socialiterank.com: Fast, Cheap, and Grammatically Loose
- Dame for Sale
- CrackBerry Blind Item
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California Attorney General to sue Bush Administration
over gas mileage standards
California Attorney General Jerry Brown
By Ari Barak
May 13, 2007
A San Francisco federal appeals court on Monday
morning will hear a lawsuit filed by state Attorney General
Jerry Brown and several other states against "weak"
gas mileage standards adopted by the Bush administration, the
Attorney General's office reported.
Brown is scheduled to hold a news conference on
the steps of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco
announcing the lawsuit, which alleges that a recent increase
by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in vehicle
mileage standards for sport utility vehicles, pickup trucks
and minivans runs contrary to federal rules mandating energy
conservation, according to the Attorney General's office.
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And in other news...
police investigating accidental shooting of father by four-year
treatment for ex-49er Bryant?
Pleads no contest to reckless driving
tuberculosis worries health officials
tours fire swept Griffith Park
McAfee CFO convicted of securities fraud
closure announced for new Mint Plaza
Letters, letters, letters...
- Open letter to Mayor Newsom
- Real Money
- Theresa Sparks elected Police Commission president
Bay Area Weather Forecast
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