Saturday June 24th 2017

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Harman Pay to Stay Legislation Rejected by Committee

Sacramento – Senator Tom Harman (R-Huntington Beach) announced today that his Pay to Stay prison fee bill (SB 1364) was rejected by the Senate Public Safety Committee. The legislation would have allowed local and state law enforcement officials to charge various fees to [Read More]

West Virginia Coal Mine Accident Kills 29

Free News Press – Rescuers removed the bodies of the four missing miners at the Upper Big Branch Coal Mine in West Virginia Saturday. On Monday a suspected spark ignited gas in the mine causing the death of 29 miners. This is the worst mining disaster in the United States [Read More]

Health Care Bill Passes Congress

Free News Press – The health care bill passed the House of Representatives yesterday and is expected to be signed tomorrow by President Obama. A last minute executive order banning government funded abortions sealed with deal with pro-life Democrats. Some of the [Read More]

GOP Legislators Working to Restore Jobs to California

GOP Legislators Working to Restore Jobs to California

Republican State legislators are making jobs a top priority. This week at the State Capitol we held a press conference announcing our commitment to bringing back California’s failing economy. We have long been committed to improving California’s jobs climate and [Read More]

Two Major Earthquakes Hits Solomon Islands

Two earthquakes struck the Solomon Islands on Sunday with no reports of casualties or damage. There was no tsunami warning at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii. The first quake struck at 1:48 (PST) and registered 6.5 on the Richter scale. About 45 minutes later, [Read More]

Department of Transportation DOT News Update

Department of Transportation DOT News Update

Presidential Executive Order on Distracted Driving Effective Today Government-wide directive restricts more than 4 million federal employees from texting while driving Washington, DC – U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today marked the effective date of President [Read More]

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE WEEKLY CLAIMS REPORT

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE WEEKLY CLAIMS REPORT

SEASONALLY ADJUSTED DATA In the week ending Dec. 26, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 432,000, a decrease of 22,000 from the previous week’s revised figure of 454,000. The 4-week moving average was 460,250, a decrease of 5,500 from the [Read More]

Seven CIA Agents Killed in Afghanistan

Seven CIA agents were killed and six were injured yesterday in an suicide attack in Afghanistan. The agents were assigned to the Forward Operating Base in Khost Province, “I write to mark a sad occasion in the history of the CIA and our country,” President Barack Obama [Read More]

Rush Limbaugh Rushed To Hawaii Hospital In Serious Condition

Free News Press – Conservative talk show host, Rush Limbaugh, has been rushed to a hospital in Honolulu Hawaii complaining of chest pains. Apparently, paramedics responded to a call at a resort new Diamond Head where he was vacationing and playing golf. When [Read More]

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Los Alamitos Race Track Expansion Project

Los Alamitos Race Track Expansion Project

CYPRESS CA (FNP) – The Cypress City Council will hold a meeting Monday night to discuss improvements at the Los [Read More]

Home Builder Confidence Good in November

Home Builder Confidence Good in November

Free News Press – Despite the wrangling in Washington, Home Builder Confidence remains good in November, according to [Read More]

Deep Space Telescope to observe Comet ISON

Deep Space Telescope to observe Comet ISON

Free News Press – NASA will be using one of their telescopes designed for the study of distant galaxies to examine [Read More]

Anaheim Considers Six Seat Council

Anaheim Considers Six Seat Council

ANAHEIM Calif. (FNP) – The Anaheim City Council will be mapping four and six council districts at their future [Read More]

Coyotes Spotted in Cypress

Coyotes Spotted in Cypress

CYPRESS Calif. (FNP) The city of Cypress is warning residents that coyotes have been spotted in the urban areas of [Read More]

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