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Multiple People Arrested For Not Wearing Masks in OC Grocery Store – Store Manager Locked Them in || August 16 2020

Multiple People Arrested For Not Wearing Masks in OC Grocery Store – Store Manager Locked Them in and Called Police! (VIDEO)

CA Governor Gavin Nuisance Can’t Keep the Power On || Aug 15 2020

“The California Independent System Operator, which oversees the state grid, declared a Stage 3 emergency late Friday, initiating the outages with demand soaring from people blasting fans and air conditioners to keep cool. Temperatures were forecast to reach 112 degrees Fahrenheit (44 Celsius) Friday in the San Joaquin Valley. Los Angeles was set to reach 96.”

 

… More here: MSN

CalPers CIO on the Hotseat for Communist China Military Ties || Feb 18 2020

February 13, 2020
By Alexandra Alper
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. Republican lawmaker on Wednesday urged California to fire the chief investment officer of its public pension fund, the nation’s largest, citing what he called the CIO’s “long and cozy” relationship with Beijing, and assailed the fund’s investments in Chinese companies.

In a letter to California Governor Gavin Newsom, U.S. Representative Jim Banks of Indiana said Yu Ben Meng, the CIO of California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), should at least be investigated.

 

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U.S. lawmaker calls for ouster of CalPERS CIO over China ties: letter

Power Goes Out At San Onofre Nuclear Plant || Jan 31 2020

Power outage hit San Onofre nuclear plant on Wednesday || OC Register

 

 

Backup systems worked to continue cooling spent fuel, officials said
Electricity is essential to circulate water around the hot waste in San Onofre’s spent fuel pools

“Backup generators rumbled to life at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station on Wednesday, Jan. 29, when an issue with transmission lines feeding the plant caused a 44-minute power outage, operator Southern California Edison said.

Electricity is essential to circulate water around the hot waste in San Onofre’s spent fuel pools — one of the reasons officials are eager to move all waste into dry storage as soon as possible. Dry storage requires no electricity. All waste is slated to be in dry storage later this year.

Power, perhaps provided by plant part-owner San Diego Gas & Electric, cut out at 5:05 p.m. and was restored by 6 p.m., said Edison spokesman John Dobken. Workers followed procedures and were continuing to restore plant systems into the night.

Diesel generators and other equipment responded as designed “and at no time was there any public impact,” said Edison in a statement.

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission office was notified. The cause of the outage is still being investigated.”

…read more at: OC Register