By Sarah Ravani Updated 10:55 am PDT, Wednesday, April 17, 2019 The Oakland City Council voted Tuesday against collecting taxes under Measure AA. The Oakland City Council voted Tuesday against collecting taxes under Measure AA. Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 The Oakland City Council voted Tuesday against collecting taxes under Measure AA. The Oakland City Council voted Tuesday against collecting taxes under Measure AA. Oakland council postpones collection of Measure AA taxes amid concerns over voter trust 1 / 1 Back to Gallery The Oakland City Council voted Tuesday against collecting taxes under Measure AA, an embattled plan that the city certified as valid last December after it failed to receive two-thirds of voter approval that some people argued was necessary. Measure AA calls for collecting $30 million annually in tax revenue to fund early childhood … [Read more...] about Oakland council postpones collection of Measure AA taxes amid concerns over voter trust
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Think about this: Four-fifths of the Padres rotation has rolled through Lake Elsinore inside the last two years. It certainly crossed MacKenzie Gore’s mind as he watch Nick Margevicius’ big league debut on his phone during his ride from Peoria, Ariz., to San Diego’s California League affiliate in Southwest Riverside County. It was even easier for Luis Patino to see himself in Chris Paddack’s shoes from his seat behind the Padres’ dugout Sunday afternoon. A-ball today. The big leagues the next year. It happens. “It’s awesome to see those guys pitch well at the big league level,” Gore said Tuesday afternoon. “You think: ‘I can do that.’ I just have to get better.”--WHERE THERE ARE NOW The minor league season starts Thursday. Here’s a look at where Baseball America’s top-30 Padres prospects are to start 2019.San Diego (MLB): SS Fernando Tatis Jr. (1), C Francisco Mejia (4), RHP Chris Paddack (6), RHP Trey … [Read more...] about Minors: Gore, Patino ready to take next steps at Lake Elsinore
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My dad’s company had season tickets to the White Sox. On muggy Midwest summer days we’d go as a family—always sitting in the same seats, 25 rows above first base. I told this to a counselor I’ll call Bill, when he asked me to remember a childhood memory. It was part of the confrontational circle, a form of group therapy with a self-explanatory name. A half-dozen other clinicians looked on as Bill laid into me. “I bet you don’t go to those games with your family anymore, do you?” Bill asked in a way that felt more like telling. I shook my head no. It was the summer of 2012, and the beginning of my third round of treatment for an opioid addiction I’d been trying to kick since I was 17. Now, I was 22 and out of excuses for where all my money went. I’d confessed to my mom that the pills I’d been using had escalated to heroin. At the behest of a counselor, I checked in to a residential program, the kind of rehab you probably … [Read more...] about Addiction Rehab Is Broken. Can Technology Fix It?