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By John Simerman In the land of fruits and nuts, your meat is just a bit too meaty for Uncle Sam. Beef and poultry lovers in California will get less fresh meat, pound for pound, under a federal rule change that requires the state to use the same weighing method as the rest of the country.
By John Simerman LAFAYETTE -- Few can argue with the academic track record at the Acalanes Union High School District. Its four main schools -- Acalanes, Campolindo, Las Lomas and Miramonte -- rank among the state's best. Nearly every student graduates. Many go on to elite colleges and universities.
By John Simerman Richmond violated state environmental laws when it agreed to a 20- year, $335 million pact with an American Indian tribe to provide emergency services, roadwork and political support for a casino just outside city limits, a Contra Costa County judge has found.
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- A timorous, cowardly fellow.