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Re: “SLO County locals join the nationwide rally for reproductive rights

"Baby killing" is would be murder, and has always been illegal. If, however, you're referring to California's abortion laws, please provide details on the law you mention. A news search shows only one recent state law pertaining to abortion--one expanding access. SB 24 would provide access to the abortion pill at no cost to public university students. The bill, SB 24, was recently passed in the Senate but is not yet signed into law.

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Posted by CaliforniaBear on 05/25/2019 at 9:41 AM

Re: “ALS hasn't stopped Devin Ward from contributing towards a cure

Hello all online viewer ,,,, HERPES AND HIV to heal
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Posted by Melisa Eva on 05/24/2019 at 11:33 PM

Re: “ALS hasn't stopped Devin Ward from contributing towards a cure

Hello all online viewer ,,,, HERPES AND HIV to heal
Does anyone still doubt natural herbal medicine? I have seen the great importance of natural herbs and the wonderful work they have done in peoples lives. I wonder why people are still spending their money on surgery, injections and medications that can not cure you completely. Natural herbs can cure all kinds of diseases, including herpes, diabetics, asthma, HIV, hepatitis, ALS, etc. I saw it with my own eyes. I was cured of HIV and my aunt and her husband were cured of the herpes virus and tested negative after using herbal medicine. I have also been healed from HIV and tested negative to HIV after using herbal medicine by Dr. HAZIM who uses natural herbs to heal different types of diseases. Even Dr. Sebi proves to the world that natural herbs can cure all diseases and has cured countless people using natural herbs. I know is hard to believe but am a living testimony. There is no harm in trying herbal medicine. Contact or write Dr.Hazim on: (usmandrhazim@gmail.com) or (phone / whatsap no): +2349058026857

Posted by Melisa Eva on 05/24/2019 at 11:04 PM

Re: “ALS hasn't stopped Devin Ward from contributing towards a cure

I WANT TO USE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAY A VERY BIG THANK YOU TO DR MUSTAFA
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Posted by Anita Jackson on 05/24/2019 at 10:22 PM

Re: “Local pilates instructor creates supportive hub for women on the Central Coast

Can men go or is it sexist?

Posted by matarbongo2 on 05/24/2019 at 2:41 PM

Re: “Lawsuit filed to retake Hillside Church from local man

Umm you must have skin in the game or just didn't do your homework besides recapitulating what the church liquidation service told you. I wonder how many peoples bonuses, commissions, and vacations are depending on the sale of this property? Do you think these people in private behind closed doors still pretend to be Christian or are they more honest with each other about what is really going on here.

From a little research It sounds like CMA was in for the long con and have done this all over the USA. Slowly foaming the runway for a hostile takeover and quiet sale over many years. A little questionable paperwork here, a little name change next year, a little change of directorship there and before you know it some out of town corporation says they own it and somehow have local law enforcement to back them under "5 Cities style" circumstances. This was almost the perfect scam but for the parishioners actually paying attention this time. How many churches in small towns owned by elderly couples have been stolen? Do you think the attackers here got too impatient? It sounds like the scam was 99% complete and they couldn't hold it together any longer. Perhaps someone promised the wife a new car too soon,, or the payments on the 3rd wife's vacation home were starting to cramp their style. I don't know, just trying to come up with a plausible Central Coast type scenario here but honestly I have no idea how you people justify your actions. I've seen this kind of thing here my whole life and besides being utterly sick of it like everyone else, I still shake my head in wonder every single time.

A great journalistic endeavor would be a deep dive into CMA itself, not just kissing up to local mafia in the most transparent way.

Say what you will about Cal Coast News, they've done some decent work on this issue if anyone is interested.

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Posted by matarbongo2 on 05/24/2019 at 2:11 PM

Re: “SLO County locals join the nationwide rally for reproductive rights

"We're not going back"
LOL actually the government just voted to outlaw most baby killing in the state.

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Posted by matarbongo2 on 05/24/2019 at 12:28 PM

Re: “Lawsuit filed to retake Hillside Church from local man

Peter Johnson is obviously not an investigative reporter having only regurgitated what was spoon fed to him by the Christian and Missionary Alliance Corporation (CMA.) If any of you readers want an unbiased account of how the CMA infiltrates small churches, closes them and takes all their property, just Google CMA lawsuits. You will get an eyeful. I recommend that Mr. Johnson should do the same thing and then perhaps put out a second story with more balance and insight.
Marcia Vierra

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Posted by Marcia Ferguson Vierra on 05/23/2019 at 10:28 AM

Re: “Police vacancies put pressure on SLO County departments, budgets

It might also have something to do with San Luis Obispo county being the #5 least affordable housing market in the US.

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Posted by ra237 on 05/23/2019 at 6:01 AM

Re: “Third Cal Poly frat this school year gets suspended

https://www.projectcallisto.org By survivors, for survivors

Posted by Kim Chaffee 1 on 05/22/2019 at 1:51 AM

Re: “A campus divided: Cal Poly attempts to address racial tension

https://www.projectcallisto.org By survivors, for survivors

Posted by Kim Chaffee 1 on 05/22/2019 at 1:50 AM

Re: “Cal Poly faculty try living on campus with their students

https://www.projectcallisto.org By survivors, for survivors

Posted by Kim Chaffee 1 on 05/22/2019 at 1:49 AM

Re: “Anonymous post details alleged rape of Cal Poly freshman

https://www.projectcallisto.org By survivors, for survivors

Posted by Kim Chaffee 1 on 05/22/2019 at 1:46 AM

Re: “Hand-sculpted: Local natural building advocates work to incorporate permaculture techniques into modern society

Ha! Speaking only on behalf of Quail Springs here... If these people were rich, "cob" building would be permittable by now. This team has dedicated their lives to sustainability - they did not come into it with financial resources, and it definitely has not been lucrative. We need more well-resourced people to get behind natural building. Now that would be cute. "Monolithic adobe" is close to being permittable - and once it is, this style of building can solve so many of the region's problems. Monolithic adobe is a solution for folks of all backgrounds and we believe it can significantly help with the lack of affordable housing, farmworker housing, etc.

Posted by Andrew Sifuri on 05/21/2019 at 3:56 PM

Re: “Atascadero residents could see an increase cost in their wastewater services bill

Thank you, City Council! You are in office about 5 months now and already have raised Trash Rates, Sewer Rates, passed Trash penalties and ridiculous recycling regulations, planning on screwing up the downtown parking and traffic flow, chased away WalMart and increasing the homeless population and benefits. Great job so far, keep up the good job and we will be as Progressive as SLO!

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Posted by Bernie Reis on 05/20/2019 at 4:32 PM

Re: “Baywood Elementary could implement a dual-immersion program for 2020-21 school year

This could be an amazing asset to SLCUSD and the Los Osos community! Dual immersion is beneficial for both English and Spanish speaking students, and can be a powerful tool for showing children that all cultures and languages deserve respect.

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Posted by Dana Culpepper on 05/20/2019 at 8:08 AM

Re: “Laetitia Vineyard & Winery is part of a suit to temporarily halt the El Campo intersection closure

The Grant family wanted to make the El Campo crossing safe. It's noble. 1n 1999, CalTrans and SLOCOG added an overpass to their long range strategic plan - located just to the south of El Campo. It's still on the plan with no start date in sight. Failure to develop infrastructure commensurate with the needs of a growing community is shameful. Worse yet, it cost a life and has contributed to many horrible injuries.

CalTrans came up with the idea of tying the partial closure of El Campo with closures all along the 101 between Arroyo Grande and Nipomo. Shutting down that long stretch of road is more than inconvenient - it puts people in peril by restricting access for emergency response. Imagine a fire truck rolling out of Arroyo Grande trying to get to an emergency on 101 north - needing to go to Nipomo to turn around first. The traffic study compiled to research the closures looked at a handful of intersections in 15 minute intervals. The emergency study did not adequately examine the impact that these closures will have on our system of roads. The CEQA laws were passed to stop government and developers from this type of shotgun decision making. Laetitia was right to ask the court to examine why CEQA was not followed.

El Campo is a very important road to people living on the Mesa. It is an outlet in the event of an emergency. For about 19 or 20 hours of each day, it is perfectly fine to make a left hand out of there. Most of all, it is part of our emergency evacuation route. I am shocked that the village of Arroyo Grande did not vote to block the closure. All of the El Campo traffic will now be funneled onto the most congested roads in the village - around the Highschool and around the Hospital.

Moreover, locals know that the Brisco entrance to 101 North is about to be rebuilt. That will shut down that 101 north entrance during construction, putting all of the mesa traffic to Grand Ave. It is going to be a nightmare.

My hope for the community is that SLOCOG will make a commitment now to fast track an overpass near el campo within the next 5 years. To shut down this access with no plan in sight to remedy the impact to our system of roads is bad governance and poor planning. Our citizens should expect more.

If you agree that an overpass is a good option - please sign the petition. https://www.change.org/p/county-of-san-lui…

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Posted by Victor Lund on 05/16/2019 at 8:20 AM

Re: “Who to honor? Halted Roosevelt monument project ignites debate about public art, history in SLO

Nice article - I learned a lot and am a big fan of TR. I see how his legacy is complicated - he was a bigger-than-life personality even in his own time, and his legacy has grown with time. Yet I appreciate Harmon's point. The question is not really the merits or faults of TR, but who and what SLO should be commemorating with its limited space and resources. Seems like there should be some discussion as to who would be the most important to memorialize here, in terms of their impact upon the local community - and I suspect that TR wouldn't make the short list.

Posted by John Perrine on 05/15/2019 at 9:51 AM

Re: “Emergency bystander trainings offered in wake of Oceano shooting

Please correct the headline. The shooting did not occur in Oceano; it took place in the Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area.

Posted by Cynthia Replogle on 05/14/2019 at 7:05 AM

Re: “Emergency bystander trainings offered in wake of Oceano shooting

I used exclamation points above, but they dont show up. Sorry

Posted by Brenda Dorr Lowe on 05/10/2019 at 1:44 PM

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