A Few Links

(As I do the research for various posts and Public Comments I run across various sources of interesting information. Some of these may interest you too…..)


Citizen Media Law Project

The Citizen Media Law Project (CMLP) is jointly affiliated with Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society. A good source of information to those interested in online publishing. 


The California First Amendment Coalition (CFAC)

A nonprofit public interest organization dedicated to advancing free speech and open-government rights. Have a question about the Brown Act, or the California Public Records Act? This would be a place worth checking out.



The Castle Coalition

The Institute for Justice’s nationwide grassroots property rights activism project. Publishers of the “Eminent Domain Abuse Survival Guide” and “Not for Sale” DVD



Valley Land Alliance

If you are interested in, a safe, domestic food supply, that farming and ranching remain economically viable: that future development incorporates and pays for infrastructure, such as: roads, sewage systems, reliable water, police, fire, and schools: Protecting our natural watersheds and Supporting growth that is compact and maximizes density within existing city boundaries……Then this site will be worth a few minutes of your time.



Kelo v. City of New London

Want to learn more about The Landmark Supreme Court Case that started all the “Bru Ha Ha” about Eminent Domain? Learn more by following this link to the article in Wikipedia.





One thought on “A Few Links”

  1. Thanks for helping educate to protect our democracy and quality of life.
    “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has” by Margaret Mead
    Keep up the informing.
    Thanks also for including our website.

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