En resumen Un número inusualmente alto de legisladores estatales influyentes se jubila o se postula para un cargo más alto. Las razones incluyen una combinación de nuevos distritos electorales, límites de mandato y ambición política. Read this article in English. ¿Puede el último legislador en el edificio apagar las luces? Impulsados por los límites de mandato […]
An unusually high number of influential state legislators are retiring or running for higher office. The reasons include a combination of new electoral districts, term limits and political ambition.
Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez, a key union backer in the California Legislature, will step down to take over the California Labor Federation.
En resumen Mientras la Legislatura se vuelve a reunir hoy, los californianos pueden esperar que los legisladores continúen enfocándose en la vivienda y el clima, además de COVID-19, atención médica y cómo gastar otro superávit presupuestario. Read this article in English. Otra variante del coronavirus que se propaga como la pólvora y otro enorme superávit presupuestario […]
As the Legislature reconvenes, Californians can expect lawmakers to continue focusing on housing and climate, plus COVID-19, healthcare and how to spend another budget surplus.
Good morning, California. It’s Tuesday, April 27. Census + recall What a day Monday was. First, the U.S. Census Bureau announced that California will lose a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives for the first time in the state’s 171-year history. Then, Secretary of State Shirley Weber announced that supporters of the effort to […]
California election officials are running out of time. Let’s work backwards through the process: Before the state holds its primary election in 2022, it has to give candidates the opportunity to file to run; Before that, it has to create district maps so that those candidates know who and what they’ll actually be running to […]
The extent to which California’s unemployment department has failed to address rampant fraud came into clearer focus on Thursday, when the state auditor released her second report of the week on the Employment Development Department. Despite repeated warnings from federal authorities that fraudsters would target California, EDD waited six months and processed 7.4 million claims […]
Seventy years ago, sharecroppers David and Mildred Nash refused to back down in a dispute with a white farmer, and fled from a lynch mob in Hope, Arkansas. With their 2-year-old daughter in tow, they found a new home out west in a place so different her grandfather, who would die without ever being able […]
Multi-billion dollar school bond may land on March ballot. Housing bill advances. Municipalities look to break free from PG&E.