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California lawmakers should provide immunity to restaurants and businesses to preempt civil liability for COVID-related claims.
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Here’s why investing in programs to promote postsecondary education is necessary to meet California’s future workforce needs.
As Miguel Cardona prepares to take the helm of the U.S. Department of Education, community colleges can provide a path forward.
The move to renewables isn’t just about fighting climate change, it’s about stopping energy pollution in low-income communities.
Attack calls us to remember what it is we love about this great country and to come together as a nation to support the Constitution.
I’ve watched the achievement gap in my class grow wider, and it is only going to keep growing if we don’t reopen.
If California is serious about greenhouse gas reductions, the state must address these climate goals directly.
This a good time for the Legislature to invest in California by taxing large, profitable corporations
Reversing the housing crisis and addressing homelessness will require large investments, and AB 71 is a bold step.
Public statues and streets named for brutal and unprincipled leaders like Junípero Serra carry shame for all of us and should be removed.
Schools and educators can provide relief to older Latinx siblings by providing educational opportunities for their most vulnerable students.