Buzz Oates’ business philosophy was straightforward: “Work hard, be honest, and be fair.”
Members who depend on support from Second Amendment absolutists didn’t want to take grief for their stand on the plastic gun bill.
Congress should not let extended unemployment benefits expire Dec. 28; the economy has not yet recovered to the point where these should end.
Assemblyman Richard Pan, a physician, probably didn’t think his legislation would threaten one of California’s true public health success stories.
FDA’s proposed rules for food safety are too rigid and would cripple small and organic farmers.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration must insist on the accuracy of DNA test results and health claims made by genetic testing firms, like California’s 23andMe.
California’s roads today are pocked with potholes.
Assembly Republicans should take down a website that serves only to confuse Californians about their options under the official Covered California online health exchange.
With the advent of the Affordable Care Act, public workers and governments should explore having pre-Medicare retirees buy health coverage through the exchanges as an alternative to employer coverage.
Federal Election Commission should directly regulate all federal campaign activity