En las audiencias, Rob Bonta ofrece una nueva dirección para un departamento de justicia estatal que, según los progresistas, tiene reformas lentas.
Good morning, California. It’s Monday, March 1. (Yes, you read that correctly.) National criticism mounts Gov. Gavin Newsom was skewered in this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live for dining at the French Laundry and for California’s chaotic vaccine rollout — adding to growing national criticism as he fends off a potential recall. In SNL’s […]
We propose amendments to AB 86 that would support schools that have been open and provide the resources for all schools.
Good morning, California. It’s Tuesday, February 16. Map reveals disparities It’s the question on everyone’s minds: When will Gov. Gavin Newsom and lawmakers announce a school reopening deal? Though Newsom said he hoped to unveil a plan last week, Friday came and went without any mention of an agreement — or of the issues on […]
California continues to favor large counties for relief funds at the expense of rural Californians, and we are fed up.
The Week’s Top Stories Better than ‘anyone could have imagined’: Inside Newsom’s optimistic, record-breaking budget proposal By Ben ChristopherMore than last year’s budget. More than the year before. More than any California budget ever. Despite — or maybe because of — the last 10 months of arrested economic activity and unchecked viral contagion, Gov. Gavin […]
Good morning, California. It’s Friday, January 8. McClintock to speak in Sacramento Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Senator-designate Alex Padilla were among the prominent California officials who called for President Donald Trump’s removal from office Thursday, a day after a mob of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. Pelosi, Feinstein […]
Legislators and constituents deserve a full accounting of where taxpayer money has gone in Employment Development Department scandal.
Good morning, California. It’s Friday, December 11. Daniel Kim departing Yet another top official is departing Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration, leaving the governor to replace the leaders of two departments central to California’s pandemic response as he faces a make-or-break point in his career. Daniel Kim, the director of the Department of General Services, will […]
Here’s an idea of a wiser investment for California that will have a greater impact on reducing wildfires and creating healthier forests.