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    Issue on Marijuana

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    that are going through chemotherapy. In today’s economic situation, Marijuana could be a huge revenue creator. In fact it is estimated in the state of California, if weed was legalized the state could benefit over 1 billion dollars in annually by taxing and sales of Marijuana to the public. It is estimated that Mendocino County in California generates over 1 billion a year on the sale of medical marijuana. From a numbers point of view, in Mendocino County, it costs the grower about $400 to grow

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    a railroad and telegraph line from the Missouri River to the Pacific Coast. So on January 8, 1863, with a ground breaking ceremony in Sacramento, Central Pacific Railroad started work on the western end of the Transcontinental Railroad. Two railway companies competed in this venture: The Central Pacific company laid track eastward from Sacramento, California and at the same time The Union Pacific company began laying track westward from Omaha, Nebraska and when the two lines met, the transcontinental

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    The Sacramento Bee

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    The Sacramento Bee June 7, 2010: Popular Auburn State Recreation Area could close down, because of California’s budget crisis. The preference of voting by mail or by going out to the polls. Tens of thousands of dollars are going to the Sheriffs campaigns. In the article on California’s budget crisis, they did not give much information on how they were going to try to fix the problem. It was mostly one-sided on how the state can’t do anything to fix the problem. I’m wondering if the people

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    Erin's Causal Argument

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    by riders on horses (Moody 181). The Pony Express was developed by William Russell, Alexander Majors, and William Waddell of the Russell, Majors, and Waddell freighting company. The Pony Express trail ran from Saint Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California. Along this 1,6000 mile route were 190 relay stations, where riders would stay to rest and wait for their next delivery home.

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    A Wild Journey Not Finished It has been just about 165 years ago since California had its first convention consisting of 48 delegates in 1849. Thanks to the first convention, the government today is much like the one that was established 165 years ago. Throughout the course of the 165 years California had its first convention, lots of things have changed. In the 1800’s, specifically 1860’s, something huge was set into motion. Thanks to the “big four” consisting of Leland Stanford, Collis Huntington

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    Sacramento is a big city and is the capital of California. It is the home to seven school districts as well as two universities: University of California, Davis and California State University, Sacramento. Sacramento is in the valley of California so it has many farmers with farmland and suburban areas. The reason that I have chosen Sacramento is because that is where I grew up for most of my life. It is a great city and has a lot of interesting places within. By choosing to write about Sacramento

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    Pony Express

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    April 13th the last rider reached Sacramento, California. To become a rider you had to be a brave young man, and an orphan, because it was a dangerous job. They had to be very good riders, and able to shoot good. And they must not fear Indian attacks. Every rider had to ride sixty miles at very high speed. He had to travel the 60 miles with six different ponies and in six hours. Every day except on Sundays a rider left Missouri at 12 o’clock. The rider in Sacramento arrived at 8 o’clock in the morning

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    Birth and Beyond

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    Birth & Beyond of Sacramento, is a non-profit health care agency whose main focus is to provide family support services in a form of family resource centers and home visitations where a personal home visitor is recruited from the same neighborhood they serve to provide the caregiver the help he/she needs on how to give a better care for the child. Their mission is to support the caregiver in all areas such as job referral and training, how best to communicate with other parents in the neighborhood

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    Homeless Assistance

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    a. Issue: Should the homeless assistance program in Sacramento be reformed to give more money to the homeless while allowing them to apply to the program more than once? b. Facts: Currently in Sacramento, the homeless can apply for homeless assistance only once in their lifetime except for certain extenuating situations. The current program is a success. The amount of people in the program living below the poverty line has fallen 21% in the last seven years. Since 2000, the amount of families applying

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    Sacramento Kings

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    information about your market? • The Sacramento Kings were in a condition to change their entire franchise to the Seattle Super Sonics and make the brand more well-known because the sports industry is major in Seattle, but unfortunately the NBA did not agree with this. • The organization also was very awful in terms of player development, poor draft picks, and bad trades. • Due to all the negative impacts on the team, in the 2013-2014 season of the NBA the Sacramento Kings are placed last in the western

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