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Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Resistance was especially stout in small cities containing mostly single-family homes occupied by affluent families because the state's orders emphasized building more multi-unit projects for low- and moderate-income families.
The future of California's energy supply and our ability to wean ourselves off fossil fuel-generated power could very well hinge on the commission's decision.
"I hope people understand that we're doing this because our eye is focused on protection of resources and safety of the visitors," said Leonel Arguello, the park's resource manager.

Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Within a year after Prop 13 was enacted, furious tenants pushed their local legislators and electorates to enact rent control ordinances. Rent control quickly sprung up in Santa Monica, Berkeley, and even the big boys: Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Last week, the state Department of Water Resources released a draft environmental impact report on the latest iteration of the 57-year-long effort to change the Delta's role in water supply, a 45-mile-long tunnel officially named the "Delta Conveyance."
For decades, police oversight in California began and ended within a local department. Rarely did the state step in.
"Taking the bus scares me now — it leaves me panicked," she said. "Now, when I ride the bus, I have to look around and see if anyone looks dangerous. Sometimes when I have to work late, I feel like I should make an excuse so that I don't have to ride public transit."

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

In California and nationally, the most cited reason for people being uninsured or underinsured is cost. Even those with robust insurance sometimes struggle to afford hospital bills and their medication.

Monday, July 18, 2022

Abusers have been known to try to interfere with their victims' use of contraception, access to information, or have used coercive tactics to attempt to control the outcome of a pregnancy.
In September 2019 - about the same time that the Covid epidemic began in China, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) published a study regarding a silicosis epidemic among synthetic stone fabrication workers in California, Colorado, Texas and Washington, documenting 18 cases of silicosis among synthetic stone fabricators in these states.
Gov. Gavin Newsom needs to step in before the plan is finalized next month and tell the board to strengthen the rule, speeding the all-electric transition and slashing auto pollution
"They really sprung it on everybody," said Farah McDaid Ting, public affairs director at the California State Association of Counties, who said lawmakers didn't consult or even give her organization a heads-up.
Over two years into the coronavirus pandemic, we're all exhausted by the threat of infectious diseases. But let's be clear: Monkeypox is unlikely to become the next COVID-19.

Friday, July 15, 2022

At a certain stage in life, the tax code requires that you begin withdrawing at least a minimum amount from your IRA on an annual basis.
While the San Francisco Bay Area opted for the emerging sector of digital technology, Southern California — Los Angeles particularly — believed that its future lay in logistics, tying the region to the fast-growing economies of Asia.
The proposed 2,100-acre Dos Rios Ranch State Park in western Stanislaus County has the potential to be as wonderful as it is unique.
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