Tuesday, March 31, 2009

The Morning News Links - March 31, 2009

  • American Institute of Architects convention will be held in San Francisco from April 30 to May 2. Attendance is expected to be lower, but the numbers are still impressive. 'Green' buildings is one theme of the convention. From the article: "In San Francisco alone, 30 building projects as of January had received a stamp of approval from the U.S. Green Building Council and its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program.
  • Former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan's opinion of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's May ballot initiatives can be found here (hint: he doesn't like them).
  • A mathematical analysis suggests that Senator Dianne Feinstein might make a run for California governor in 2010. Click here for the details.
  • Mayor Newsom is good at traversing through Mayor Villaraigosa's turf.
  • AB 23, a California measure to expand the COBRA subsidy, is making its way through the legislative process in Sacramento.

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