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  • Woman arrested at Mother's Market may sue city

    A woman is considering suing the city of Costa Mesa after she was arrested outside of Mother's Market & Kitchen last week while collecting signatures for a medical marijuana referendum. Attorney Orly Taitz contends that her client, Deborah Tharp, 39,...
  • Newport bills Romney camp $10K for visit

    Newport bills Romney camp $10K for visit
    The city of Newport Beach has billed various entities supporting Mitt Romney's campaign $10,000 for police and security used at a fundraiser he held earlier this month. The amount is less than a third of what the city billed for President Obama's...
  • Mailbag: Costa Mesa needs to attract more families

    I always appreciate the thoughtful comments by my friend Tamar Goldmann (Re. "Council agenda is harming public services," June 21), but this time, I think she reached several wrong conclusions. Let me explain why. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An...
  • UCI dean weighs in on Supreme Court's health-care ruling

    In the wake of Thursday morning’s 5-4 Supreme Court decision on President Obama’s controversial health care legislation, National Public Radio (NPR) asked prominent scholars and lawyers for their take on the issue. Among those who provided...
  • 12-year-old has 'chance of a lifetime' to meet Obama

    12-year-old has 'chance of a lifetime' to meet Obama
    When Alex Posa, 12, was asked if he wanted to meet the president, he didn't hesitate to say yes. The experience didn't disappoint. "I was pretty excited," Alex said. "I couldn't wipe the smile off my face for the next week." The Ensign Intermediate...
  • Newport Chamber of Commerce discusses economic outlook

    The upcoming election and federal tax reforms were hot topics Friday morning at the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce's Economic Forecast for 2013 breakfast. "This is very topical — the connection between politics and the economy," said Casey...
  • Clinton stumps at UC Irvine

    Clinton stumps at UC Irvine
    President Bill Clinton endorsed a slate of Democratic congressional candidates in a rally Tuesday night at UC Irvine. More than 4,000 attended the "California's Voice" event at the Bren Events Center, where the two-term president campaigned for 26th...
  • Cassity: Some reasons to vote for Obama (not really)

    Every living adult American (and some of the dead ones in and around Chicago) who embraces their civic duties will soon face a major decision: How should we vote Nov. 6? As local issues have been covered ad nauseum by me and others of late, I'll focus my...
  • Mailbag: Republicans twisted account of Obama visit

    After reading the Daily Pilot, I am amazed at how the anti-Obama demonstrators twist and create their own reality. As I drove to an early morning appointment Feb. 16, I observed many people with pro-Obama signs all along East Coast Highway. I drove by...
  • Mailbag: Fire pits are a 'public health hazard'

    Re. "Wu: Fire rings are a political boomerang," Oct. 14: Jack Wu, haven't you read the letters? How can you invoke the words of Albert Einstein while you ignore the words of highly credentialed wood-smoke toxicology experts? I have a feeling you are...
  • Mailbag: Some reasons to stop reading Cassity's column

    Re. "Cassity: Some reasons to vote for Obama (not really)," (Oct. 26): The latest in a series of farcical columns by Chuck Cassity is nothing short of a free political advertisement, facilitated by the Daily Pilot, on behalf of Mitt Romney. I am...
  • Mailbag: Parting shots. Our readers weigh in on Election Day

    Yes on Measure V Measure V doesn't change current practices. It preserves nearly 60 years of Costa Mesa city laws and policies. State conflict-of-interest and political contribution laws would still apply. Current bidding practices would continue,...