Californians must change the debate about conservatorship and focus on the people and their families who are waiting for real reform. People like my son, Danny, should be the face of that reform, not Britney Spears.
Proposed state legislation would make it clear that sexual harassment is punishable within California’s military ranks. Until federal reform of the military justice system takes place, California should seize this opportunity to lead by taking action.
Time is running out for California counties to decide whether they want to develop programs that would give families a legal tool to get severely mentally ill relatives into treatment. After years of resistance, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to implement Laura’s Law, becoming the 21st county to do so. The […]
Californians should remember that having abundant goods and services requires raw materials and industrial processing.
For over a year a bill — signed into California law this month — that gives judges discretion over whether or not to require someone convicted of statutory rape to register as a sex offender, has been at the center of a storm of viral misinformation. Now it’s become an issue in a handful of […]
These days, campaigning doesn’t just mean attacking all challengers. A sly boost for a favorite opponent can also prove useful.
Good morning after Election Day, California. Democratic presidential primary: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders led with 33.2% of the vote to former Vice President Joe Biden’s 24.3%, Michael Bloomberg’s 14.7%, and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s 12.1%. Proposition 13: The $15 billion school construction bond trailed 44%-56%. Millions of uncounted votes Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders won California’s […]
Kids’ arrests leave parents in debt. Trump makes play for Nevada on nuclear waste. Farm worker OT bill looms large in Senate race.
Bloomberg brings presidential campaign to Sacramento. Talk of turning PG&E into a publicly owned utility grows. California may get a new state park.
California’s housing crisis has spawned several other socioeconomic dilemmas, the most important being a transportation crunch. The state’s most plentiful, best-paying jobs are concentrated in coastal urban areas, but they also have the state’s worst housing shortages and therefore its highest housing costs. Ergo, even relatively well-paid workers cannot find affordable housing and are forced […]