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Solar, wind and batteries are critical to California’s clean energy future, but they are not enough. Here’s how to diversify the state’s renewable energy portfolio.
Microstamping might be helpful to law enforcement except the technology does not consistently imprint identifying information on ammunition.
I am often told that college students are cynical. But we are not cynical, and we do work for the change we want to see. That is why I am voting.
Gov. Newsom and the Legislature should immediately develop a major small-business relief program for businesses that need the most help.
Berkeley and Oakland are working on a policy to preserve affordable housing that would be the first of its kind in California.
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Debates on when to reopen schools in California center on different assessments of COVID-19 risk, but there are other factors.
The second draft of the Ethnic Studies curriculum only mentions Sikhs in the context of victimization following the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
California has had strong leadership in the COVID-19 pandemic. But, like other states, we are struggling to get COVID-19 data right. Between the disclosure of a missing backlog of a quarter of a million lab results and announcement of a $15.3 million six-month contract with Optum to fix COVID-19 data, California is reckoning with health […]
California lacks a comprehensive strategy to assist prisoners released during the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving them and their communities vulnerable.
Our international students have paid tuition, signed housing leases and registered for classes; and now they have to get on the next plane home.