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avatar Virginia Franco December 2, 2012 at 12:25 pm

… don’t know if I successfully subscribed; hit it multiple times waiting for the “thanks for subscribing …”

Your address for the contribution? Is there an on-line way I’m missing?

One finger typist
p.s. The arm cast is off; still being seen for possible future operation if my left eyeball begins to sink into my inner head – or, seeing double.


avatar Patty Jones December 2, 2012 at 6:37 pm

Hi Virginia!

Did you see a page that asked for your email address after you clicked subscribe?


avatar Doug Porter May 27, 2013 at 11:55 am

And if you’re clicking on this link to send us some money, look for the DONATE Button in the column to the right of this one.


avatar Maria Mejia May 29, 2014 at 9:07 am

Found your website while googling the CA senate on yesterdays vote to get an advisory question on the November ballot. The question is should the CA legislature vote to ratify an amendment to say that money is not speech and corporations are not people and overturn the Citizens United decision by the SCOTUS. Here in Long Beach, my local dem club, has been working diligently to get a 28th amendment. With the help of Common Cause , we were successful in getting the city of Long Beach to pass a resolution with similar language to what Sen. Ted Lieu is trying to get on the November ballot. Your paper is in line with our political landscape. Thank you!


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