Who loses and who gains as California cleans up its cars? Nearly 32,000 mechanics would lose jobs by 2040 under the proposed phaseout of new gas-powered cars. Electric companies would be the big winners.
A Southern California beach city took its homeless court outside, near food donation centers, and attendance soared.
Gov. Gavin Newsom blasts Republicans, chides fellow Democrats and urges Americans to “wake up” on the threat to abortion rights.
Lawmakers advance a California gun control bill to allow citizens to sue manufacturers and distributors over illegal and “ghost” weapons.
Californians facing eviction as soon as next week would get a temporary reprieve under a bill endorsed by the state’s Democratic leaders.
With safety and health constantly being compromised, these bills can’t come soon enough for Asian American and Pacific Islanders.
En resumen El asambleísta Al Muratsuchi, un destacado legislador ambiental, tiene un proyecto de ley para crear un fondo estatal para apoyar y capacitar a los trabajadores de la industria petrolera mientras California se esfuerza por reducir las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero y terminar con la producción de combustibles fósiles en el estado. […]
Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi, a leading environmental lawmaker, has a bill to create a state fund to support and retrain oil industry workers as California strives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and end fossil fuel production in the state. But the debate over ‘just transition’ is pitting unions against unions.
“Anger parents at your own peril” may be the California election takeaway from the San Francisco’s recall of three school board members.
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