We propose amendments to AB 86 that would support schools that have been open and provide the resources for all schools.
For anyone who has spent the last five months working from home, these teleconference call mishaps ought to sound familiar: Your lunch delivery arrives smack in the middle of a presentation, or your dog won’t stop yapping. An exasperated colleague drops a muted but unmistakable F-bomb. A co-worker mocks a colleague’s comments to his “hon” […]
Californians are suffering under the confusing and ever-changing messages from the top-down rather than being guided by their local circumstances.
Justices question state’s attempt to force Trump to disclose taxes. Number of women in legislature grows. Trump appoints more judges to 9th Circuit.
Tech amps up lobbying over data privacy. Vaccination bill passes, but future is uncertain. Newsom moves to end California’s fur trade.
California dismantles deadly MS-13 gang operation. Hospitals want more time to complete earthquake retrofitting. Trump, GOP sue over tax return bill.
As California lawmakers addressed epic wildfires this week, there was an inescapable subtext: Climate change will be staggeringly expensive, and we’ll all pay for it.
Business groups are threatening to wage a pricey campaign to stop California’s Republican officials from trying to repeal a new state gas tax—warning them not to “create new political adversaries.” But the politicians aren’t flinching.