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Prop Zero Links: Wednesday, July 21



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    NEW YORK - APRIL 12: Hundreds of people looking for employment wait in line to at an AARP job fair with an emphasis on individuals 50 years old and over on April 12, 2010 in New York, New York. The job fair featured employer booths and seminars on resume writing and the development of computer skills. Despite the Dow Jones Industrial Average surpassing 11,000 today for the first time since September 2008, the nation?s economy is still struggling as unemployment is hovering near 10 percent. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    It's Hard Out There For a Teen: One in three California teens could not get a job in June. [California Watch]

    The Local (Government) View:
    It's not good. As Dan Walters writes, "Every week produces some new local government calamity." [Sacramento Bee]

    Schwarzenegger Nominates Chief Justice: She's 3rd District Court of Appeal Judge Tani Cantil-Sakauye, who would become the first Filipina-American to lead the state's judiciary. [Mercury News]

    As for the Race for His Job: The governor still hasn't announced his pick in the race to succeed him. And maybe that's a good thing for the candidates. [Politico]

    Fiorina Backs Jobless Bill: She now says she would have voted for the unemployment benefits extension. [OC Register]

    Wait Until September: That's the governor advice to the Air Resources Board when it comes to adopting renewable energy rules. [Capitol Weekly]